Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
We’re working to protect our patients and to help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). For more information on prevention, symptoms and what to do if you’re feeling sick, visit our COVID-19 information page.
New appointment guidelines are in effect
Hudson Hospital & Clinic and HealthPartners, in collaboration with other Wisconsin health care organizations and government agencies, has decided to delay all routine clinic appointments during the COVID-19 outbreak for the safety and care of our patients. If you have an existing appointment, we’ll call you and help you reschedule.
Have visitor guidelines changed for hospitals and clinics?
For Hudson Hospital, HealthPartners and Park Nicollet hospitals, no visitors are currently allowed, with the following exceptions:
• For newborn, special care nursery and pediatric patients: Parents and/or legal guardians
• For birth center patients: One support person
• For compassionate care patients (end-of-life patients): Hospital discretion used for other exceptions
All visitors will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. If you are sick, you will not be allowed to visit patients. We’re encouraging patients to find other ways to connect with their loved ones, such as FaceTime, Skype or phone.
HealthPartners and Park Nicollet clinics also have new visitor guidelines:
• Pediatric Patients: One parent or guardian
• Patients who require the assistance of a caregiver or attendant: One person
Our Emergency Center is staffed 24/7 with board-certified emergency medicine physicians. The Emergency Center is equipped to handle a wide range of emergency medical needs with your trust and comfort in mind. Should your care require the most specialized treatment, we have quick and coordinated air and ground transport to Regions Hospital Level I Trauma Center and Burn Center, or the hospital of your choice.
As a Level IV Trauma Center, our care goes beyond the walls of the hospital and includes active leadership and participation in community projects. Hudson Hospital & Clinic promotes healthy lifestyles and living through safety and health education workshops, safety screenings, cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes, and disaster preparedness projects in partnership with the city, county and state.
Accessing our Emergency Center during construction
We’re expanding emergency care for our community. Construction starts in September 2019. You can still access our Emergency Center off Center Drive. The temporary entrance is relocated about 100 feet to the left of the regular Emergency Center entrance. Access is clearly marked inside and outside the building. Check out the route and parking map here.
Learn about proper disposal of Sharps needles at www.dnr.wi.gov
Bring approved container to the Emergency Center (only). The Pharmacy does not accept used Sharps needles.