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April 07, 2020

A Message from Riverside Medical Center CEO to the Washington Parish Community

"As we all continue to experience this unprecedented situation, I wanted to let you know that
Riverside Medical Center is here to take care of your health should you need us. Our clinics remain open and continue to see patients. If you need to see a provider please call us and we will either take care of your issue via telemedicine or if it is serious enough, a face to face visit. We continue to provide essential physical therapy services as determined by your physician. Our emergency room is manned and open 24/7 for any emergency needs that may be required. We also continue to provide Laboratory and Radiology services if deemed essential to be performed at this time by your physician.

We have conducted 107 tests, we have 10 tests currently pending, 4 positives, and the rest of our reported tests have been negative. We are currently caring for 2 positive patients in the hospital.

We would like to thank all of the individuals and organizations that have donated PPE supplies, services and meals for our staff. It is wonderful to have so many thinking of us at this time.

While we are continuing our no visitation policy, we are here to serve any inpatient needs as well. It is our commitment to our community to provide for the health needs of any person who seeks our assistance, especially in times such as these.

The professionals who serve you at Riverside are, for the most part, members of this community and are doing a heroic job under very stressful and trying circumstances. We are here for you today and hopefully many years to come.

Continue to keep yourself and your families safe by practicing social distancing, frequent handwashing, self-quarantine if you are sick, and call your provider if you begin to experience the signs and symptoms of the COVID-19 virus.

Together, as a community, we will get through this issue."

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