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Starting April 6, Mercy is establishing a second dedicated location to care for patients with respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19.
Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, IA, is pleased to announce that two of its nurses have been selected among the 100 Great Iowa Nurses for 2020.
Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, IA, is kicking off an initiative to encourage everyone in the community to wear a mask at all times when outside the home.
Mercy is shifting its respiratory clinic pilot site to MercyCare Marion at 3701 Katz Drive, effective Monday, March 30.
Starting March 27, 2020, Mercy is establishing a dedicated clinic to care for patients with respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19.
Mercy, like healthcare organizations across the county, is looking for ways to address the possibility of future shortages of protective face masks as COVID-19 spreads.
In an effort to continue to provide accessible, high-quality healthcare as we actively address the COVID-19 situation, Mercy Cedar Rapids is expanding the use of telemedicine.
At this time, we have collectively decided to temporarily postpone non-life threatening, non-urgent surgeries and procedures.
As part of the hospital’s efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Mercy is limiting the number of public entry points and putting screening processes in place for patients, visitors and staff.
Mercy Medical Center and UnityPoint Health – St. Luke’s Hospital are further restricting hospital visitors due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in order to protect patients, staff, visitors and the community.