Cuero Regional Hospital Discontinues Mandatory Screening Entrance and Opens Entrances
Contact: Lynn Falcone, CEO
March 21, 2021
Cuero, TX—Cuero Regional Hospital announced that effective Monday, March 21st; they have closed the mandatory screening entrance at Cuero Regional Hospital and opened all entrances at the facility for patients, visitors and staff.
In order to assure a safe care environment, CRH will continue to require masks in the facility for patients, visitors and staff, as well as self-screening prior to entry. All will be required to wear a mask (covering both mouth and nose) for the entirety of their visit or, in the case of staff, their shift at the hospital.
“Our top priority is protecting our patients, clinicians, nurses, and colleagues, so we can best serve our communities throughout this pandemic,” said Lynn Falcone, CEO of Cuero Regional Hospital. “We are adapting accordingly per best practices with discontinuing our manned screening entrance and opening our entrances while still requiring self-screening and masking for all hospital occupants. As the pandemic evolves, Cuero Regional Hospital will continue to evolve to meet the challenges.”
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