Last Updated on October 5, 2020 by Logansport Memorial Hospital

SOURCE: News release from Logansport Memorial Hospital

In advance of the upcoming cold and flu season, which will coincide with the ongoing circulation of COVID-19, Logansport Memorial (LMH)is asking patients and community members to arrive at the hospital with their own masks when possible. LMH now has a limited supply of surgical masks left to be given to patients and the public if they are not wearing one of their own.

Cloth masks that were generously donated from the community at the beginning of the pandemic are still at the hospital and ready to be used when needed. At this time, LMH is not in need of cloth masks but is prepared to share them with patients and community members if the supply of surgical masks for the public runs out.

LMH staff is well-equipped with all necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) at this time, and will continue being ready and able to care for you and your loved ones safely.Please be prepared as a patient or approved visitor by wearing your own mask into our facility. If you cannot provide your own, a mask will still be provided for you and required to be worn while inside the hospital.

Thank you in advance for your continued patience and adherence to these precautions in place.