Press Release COVID-19

JCHC continues to work under an incident command structure, and we will be doing so until the risk of COVID-19 lessens for our population.  Our goals are to be prepared for when this novel virus arrives in Johnson County. Patient Testing 3 more people in Johnson County were tested today. Five total have been tested…

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A how-to guide on video chatting with loved ones at AHCC

Requirements: An internet connection. Preferably Wi-Fi A working email address that you have set up on your phone. If you’re using the desktop/laptop method then you don’t have to have email on your phone. Have your email address ready for the nurse. A smartphone that has a front-facing camera/microphone. OR a Laptop with a built-in…

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Press Release COVID-19

JCHC continues to work under an incident command structure, and we will be doing so until the risk of COVID-19 lessens for our population.  Our goals are to be prepared for when this novel virus arrives in Johnson County. Patient Testing: COVID-19 testing on the second Johnson County patient came back negative. We have no…

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Press Release COVID-19

Johnson County Healthcare Center COVID-19 Media Briefing  11am 03/16/2020   JCHC Incident Command Team: Sean McCallister, CEO – Incident Commander Mark Schueler, MD – JC Public Health Officer Ryan Ludwig, MD – JC Deputy Public Health Officer Kristina Duarte, RN – Infection Preventionist Laurie Hansen, RN – Safety Officer, Mary Litzel , RN – Director…

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Press Release COVID-19

Johnson County Healthcare Center / Amie Holt Care Center CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PREPAREDNESS STATEMENT Official Media Statement TO: Media and Press Representatives FROM: Johnson County Healthcare Center, Buffalo, Wyoming DATE: March 13, 2020 RE: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PREPAREDNESS STATEMENT Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) recognizes the vulnerable nature of those we serve and the need to protect staff who care…

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JCHC Prepared for Coronavirus. A Letter from the CEO v2

CEO of JCHC, Sean McCallister

Dear Johnson County Community Members, The spread of the COVID19 is an increasing concern for Johnson County. COVID19 often has symptoms similar to the flu and include fever, cough and tiredness. However, some people who become infected do not develop any symptoms. Most people recover from the disease without needing special treatment. However, the COVID19…

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JCHC Prepared for Coronavirus. A letter from the CEO

CEO of JCHC, Sean McCallister

The spread of the “coronavirus” is an increasing concern around the world, including the United States. I want to assure you that Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) is monitoring the situation closely, and we continuously prepare for these types of events. Individual, family and community health are our utmost priority.

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