Marlette Regional Hospital Initiates Visitor Restrictions During Flu Season
a precautionary measure to help protect our patients, nursing home and hospice
residents, staff/care providers, and community from contagious respiratory
illnesses, like the cold and flu, visitor restrictions have been put in place
at Marlette Regional Hospital. These restrictions will be in place now through
the end of March 2018.
Regional Hospital is asking the public and their staff to please adhere to the
- Wear a mask if you have a cough and are receiving
services such as lab work, ER visit, x-rays, doctor visit, etc.
- Unless seeking treatment, no hospital visitation from
children under the age of 12 during the flu season. Children tend to get
sick more often than adults and are often carriers without showing
- Do not visit patients, nursing home residents, nor
hospice residents if you are ill and have any of the following symptoms:
- Sore throat
- Runny nose/sneezing
- Body aches
to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer routinely even when you are not
feeling ill. Hand hygiene is the number one way to prevent the spread of germs.
you in advance for helping to keep our communities healthy! For more
information about Marlette Regional Hospital, please visit www.marletteregionalhospital.org.