Randolph Health continues to implement changes following new recommendations from US Surgeon General, CDC and NC Department of Health and Human Services to ensure the safety of our staff, physicians and patients.
The following Randolph Health Services are changing:
- Beginning on Monday, May 11th non-essential procedures and surgeries will resume. (This includes screening mammograms, screening colonoscopies, outpatient surgeries and procedures (no overnight stay), interventional radiology procedures, rehab visits and office well visits.)
- Randolph Health Emergency Department will continue to safely assess, stabilize and if needed, transfer to nearby facilities those patients presenting with COVID-19 symptoms who need inpatient care. We will be coordinating with nearby, larger and more well-resourced hospitals and health systems to transfer to those facilities current Randolph Health COVID-19 patients receiving inpatinet care.
- Randolph Health is redeploying existing resources (e.g., ventilators, PPE, certified staff) to the Emergency Department to ensure the safe assessment, stabilization and treatment of COVID-19 outpatients and transfer of current COVID-19 inpatients to designated facilities.
- Randolph Health StayWell Senior Care has closed the Adult Day Center. Only participants needing to be seen by clinical staff will be transported to the center for care and then transported back home. StayWell Senior Care is initiating a meal delivery service to participant’s homes.
- Randolph Health Fitness Center shares space with Randolph Health Deep River Physical Therapy at 600 W. Salisbury St., Asheboro. The Fitness Center is closed for members, but Physical Therapy is still open seeing patients.
- Randolph Health has closed the following departments to walk-in visitor traffic: Human Resources, Patient Financial Services and Health Information Management (Medical Records.) Individuals can visit our website at randolphhealth.org to apply for a job, pay a bill and download a form to request personal medical records.