In order to protect our patients and employees from possible exposure to infection we are implementing the following visitor guidelines.
EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2020:
We are temporarily suspending all routine in-person visits to our hospitalized patients. We encourage everyone to use alternative ways of interacting with hospitalized patients including phone calls, FaceTime, Skype and other means.
Note exceptions are as follows:
- We understand that sometimes its crucial to have a family sitter or caretaker present when the patient is undergoing a critical life threatening procedure or it may be deemed valuable for the patient to have appropriate family caregiver oversight. One caretaker may be allowed on a case-by-case basis for special circumstances such as:
- patients who have altered mental status or special needs where a caregiver provides needed attention to improve patient safety. These exceptions to the visitation policy will be made on a case by case basis by clinical leaders along with allowing visitors for critically ill patients who are at the end of life.
- pediatric patients (under the age of 18), two parents or guardians will be allowed to visit
- All allowed visitors must be 15 years or older.
- No visitors are allowed in the Behavioral Health Unit.
Each visitor that meets the exceptions listed above must have their temperature checked at the entrance to the facility and will also be asked health screening questions.
If the visitor has a fever or answers "yes" to the health screening questions they will be denied access to the facility. In addition, visitors will not be allowed to leave and reenter the facility during the day.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during these challenging times.
If required, one visitor will be allowed to support patients with impairment of mobility needs otherwise visitors will not be allowed.
Hospital Outpatient Services
If required, one visitor will be allowed to support patients with impairment or mobility needs otherwise visitors will not be allowed.
Located in Danville, Arkansas, John Ed Chambers Memorial Hospital, Inc. is a general hospital licensed with 30 private single-unit patient rooms to help you feel more at home, as well as a 12 bed Behavioral Health Unit. Since 1956, Chambers Memorial Hospital has served the health care needs of Danville and surrounding communities by providing a range of medical services.
Chambers Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital that offers vital care while working to keep health care costs down. We are a motivated hospital where family values, teamwork and technology come together. We work closely with local schools and businesses to make a positive difference in the health and safety of our community.
Chambers Memorial Hospital was selected as a Top 100 Hospital in the U.S. for six years in a row. We are very proud of this nomination and strive to do what is in the patient’s best interest. Each of us at Chambers Memorial Hospital is committed to making your experience as pleasant as possible.
Mike McCoy, CEO, along with a staff of dedicated health care professionals, and all of our co-workers thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you. To contact the hospital, call 479-495-2241 or 479-495-6333 for the emergency room. Chambers Memorial Hospital emergency department is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Inpatient visiting hours are 8 am to 9 pm.