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COVID-19 Information Center

Call our COVID-19 Community Nurse Line to talk to a Baptist Health nurse about COVID-19 care or symptoms: (Open M-F, 8am-5pm)

904.302.5050

COVID-19 Information Center

Call our COVID-19 Community Nurse Line to talk to a Baptist Health nurse about COVID-19 care or symptoms: (Open M-F, 8am-5pm)

904.302.5050

COVID-19 Main Content

Not sure if it's an emergency?

Let us help you decide. Get a virtual evaluation from the comfort of home, or wherever you are, with one of our emergency-trained physicians. To expedite your visit, create an account now.

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At Baptist Health, we want to help keep you and your family informed about coronavirus (COVID-19). We’re coordinating and collaborating with state and local entities and following CDC guidelines.

Here you’ll find:

  1. COVID-19 Symptoms and FAQs
  2. COVID-19 Vaccine Information
  3. Safe Surgery and Procedures Preparation
  4. Resources for Employers
  5. Our COVID-19 Safety Measures
  6. Who Can Visit and Where?
  7. What Type of Mask to Wear
  8. Virtual Care Options

Not sure if it's an emergency?

Let us help you decide. Get a virtual evaluation from the comfort of home, or wherever you are, with one of our emergency-trained physicians. To expedite your visit, create an account now.

Get Started

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COVID-19 Announcements from Baptist Health

  • NEW! Visitation policy changes effective Thursday, July 22

    July 22, 2021

    • (NEW!) Adult Inpatient: One designated visitor* permitted each day for non-COVID patients. No overnight visitors for adult inpatients (excluding L&D).
    • (NEW!) Labor and Delivery: Two designated visitors* for duration of stay. One visitor may stay overnight.
    • (NEW!) NICU: Two designated visitors* for duration of stay. One visitor may stay overnight.
  • Elective surgeries as scheduled

    July 13, 2021

    Unless you have received a call from your care team with a new surgery date, your surgery/procedure will take place as scheduled. As we constantly review our COVID-19 patient census, we are working with our surgeons to manage the number of elective surgical procedures that require overnight admission to the hospital, so select cases may be postponed.

Resources

  • Upclose image of Female Health care Provider's face wearing a surgical mask.

    Choose the Right Mask

    Face masks help prevent people who have COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others. View acceptable masks fitting CDC and Baptist Health guidelines.

  • employee wearing surgical mask

    COVID-19 Resources for Employers

    There are still many unknowns regarding COVID-19, but there are also many strategies we can put in place to ensure safety when returning to the physical workspace.