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Drive‐Thru COVID‐19 Collection Event

CCCHC will be conducting a free COVID‐19 collection event on Tuesday, Sept. 15th from 7:30‐9:30 a.m. in the SMC Ambulance Bay. Individuals wanting testing are asked to enter west of the Mercer County Ambulance building and drive thru the SMC Ambulance Bay to be tested. Pre‐registration for this event is available at https://testreg.nd.gov/. This process is strongly recommended to speed up your overall testing event experience.

COVID‐19 Prevention Tip

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

COVID‐19 Prevention Tip

Always cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or use the inside of your elbow and do not spit. Respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

COVID‐19 Prevention Tip

Stay at least 6 feet away from people who don't live with you. COVID‐19 is thought to be spread mainly from person to person, so keeping your distance from others lessens your chance of exposure.

Free Community Surveillance COVID‐19 Testing Event

Custer Health will be hosting a COVID‐19 testing event in Beulah (1101 3rd Avenue NW) from 10 a.m. to noon on July 27, or until testing supplies are exhausted. Individuals wanting testing are asked to line up south to north, starting at 9th Street (Dollar General) prior to the event. Vehicles will enter the Custer Health parking lot from the frontage road and will exit onto Third Avenue after testing. Pre‐registration for this event is available at https://testreg.nd.gov/. This process is not required to be completed in order to receive a test, but is recommended to speed up your overall testing event experience. Please complete the entire questionnaire. Pre‐registration does not guarantee test availability. Testing events are subject to change.

COVID‐19 Prevention Tip

When in public, wear a cloth face covering that covers your nose and mouth. Face coverings are meant to prevent other people from getting sick in case you are infected and don't know it.

CCCHC Center & Killdeer Clinics — Update

As of Tuesday, June 9th our CCCHC Center and Killdeer Clinics will be transitioning back to normal clinic operations. Patients experiencing respiratory or COVID‐19 symptoms will be seen during limited hours on a daily basis at our Center and Killdeer Clinics. To ensure the safety of our patients and clinic staff, we ask that you call ahead to schedule an appointment with a provider. All patients will be screened appropriately before being seen in the clinic.

CCCHC Center & Killdeer Clinics — Update

As of Tuesday, June 9th our CCCHC Center and Killdeer Clinics will be transitioning back to normal clinic operations. Patients experiencing respiratory or COVID‐19 symptoms will be seen during limited hours on a daily basis at our Center and Killdeer Clinics. To ensure the safety of our patients and clinic staff, we ask that you call ahead to schedule an appointment with a provider. All patients will be screened appropriately before being seen in the clinic.

Sakakawea Medical Center Updated Visitor Restrictions March 19, 2020

Updated Visitor Restrictions:

To protect the health and safety of our patients, their families and our staff from the spread of COVID‐19 in our community and healthcare facilities, Sakakawea Medical Center has updated its visitor restriction policy effective Thursday, March 19, 2020.

COVID‐19 UPDATE — MARCH 24, 2020

Your local healthcare organizations have been closely following recent reports and information about the latest developments with COVID‐19, otherwise known as the coronavirus. We are working closely together to be prepared and we have processes in place per CDC and ND Department of Health requirements. This update provides information on what you can do to help prevent contracting the virus, and what you can expect from your local healthcare professionals should COVID‐19 directly affect you.

If you think you may have been exposed to COVID‐19, contact your healthcare provider at Coal Country Community Health Center (CCCHC) by phone first. If you are calling after‐hours, please contact Sakakawea Medical Center (SMC) at 7017482225.