COVID-19 Response COVID-19 may have changed a lot of things in today’s world, but it cannot change Thomas Health’s determination to take care of our patients’ care needs. Please review the information on this page to learn about the steps we are taking to safely care for patients in today’s environment.
Visitor’s Policy Thomas Health has been following CDC guidelines with regard to its Visitor Policy through the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our most current policy can be viewed by clicking here. Note that Visitor’s Hours vary by unit. We recommend that you verify the current Visitor’s Policy with the specific unit in which you will be staying or clinic you will be visiting prior to your arrival.
Helping You Be Prepared for COVID-19
As a community member, we want to help you be prepared. The best source for information, including general facts, travel guidance, healthcare and household guidance is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State of West Virginia toll-free hotline. Here’s how you can connect with those resources.
Thomas Health has begun vaccinating its workforce, however, we currently do not have vaccines available to the public. Please click here to view information on vaccine rollout from the Department of Health and Human Resources.
Monoclonal Antibody therapy is an intravenous infusion performed over 1 hour with observation for 1 hour afterward. Patients must meet the criteria for therapy, have a signed physician’s order, and be scheduled through our Central Scheduling Department (304) 766-3726.