A message from Brian Rank, MD, executive medical director, HealthPartners/Regions Hospital
Ebola Update from HealthPartners January 13, 2015:
Frequently Asked Questions
For questions regarding symptoms or understanding Ebola, download our Frequently Asked Questions here.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an outbreak of Ebola has been ongoing in West Africa since March 2014.
While our nation and the world continue to address the challenges associated with Ebola, the one thing that remains constant is our commitment to the health and safety of our team members and the patients we care for, as well as the communities we serve. To date, there have been no cases of Ebola reported in our community, but we are working every day to be ready.
In addition, we are working to provide you with information and symptoms of Ebola, in order to help calm any concerns or clear up any misinformation. Download our Frequently Asked Questions here.
If you believe you are experiencing Ebola symptoms and recently traveled to West Africa, please call our CareLine at 612-339-3663 or 800-551-0859 before coming to a HealthPartners hospital or clinic. As always, if you’re experiencing an emergency, call 911.
For the latest information about Ebola, including symptoms and prevention, please visit:
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at cdc.gov
- The Minnesota Department of Health at health.state.mn.us
- The Wisconsin Department of Health Services at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov