Emergency COVID-19 Fund


  
The public health crisis of COVID-19 is a time like no other, and Community Memorial is here for our patients and our community during this pandemic. And now, we need your support as well.
 
Doctors, nurses and support staff are the dedicated employees who are working to carry Community Memorial through this era, working with limited resources and braving the trying times. Community Memorial is closely monitoring all developments related to COVID-19, including the rapid spread of the illness and the impact as it became local. Regular meetings, education, and communication provide all Community Memorial employees information on prevention and preparation for eradicating this illness. Given the evolving nature of this diagnosis, we project a strain on our resources, that you can help with.
 

 
Whether it is food to sustain our staff, supply replenishment, or other essential resources needed, please consider becoming a vital supporter of our doctors, nurses and support staff during this crisis. Any gift to the COVID-19 EMERGENCY FUND will provide a tangible but incredibly meaningful way for our community to provide direct support to our healthcare heroes.
 
You can be a part of what we do; a gift to the Community Memorial COVID-19 EMERGENCY FUND supports our services and employees in this vital time. You can help ensure we remain a vital part of our rural community, for when you or your family needs something so important – quality healthcare, close to home.
  
Consider the tremendous impact YOU can make today and give.

No Visitor PolicyEFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

Community Memorial is putting in place a ‘no visitor’ policy as advised by the NYS Department of Health, effective immediately.

This applies to all patient care areas except the following.

Patients in the Comfort Care area are allowed one visitor only.

 As a reminder:

• Visitors with respiratory symptoms, fever, cough or other flu-like symptoms are not allowed.
• Children under the age of 15 are not allowed.

If you have questions, contact Infection Control, a Nursing Supervisor, or Administration.

Community Memorial will be resuming OUTPATIENT elective surgeries starting Tuesday, April 28th.

Patients that had elective surgeries cancelled should reach out to their surgeon and/or primary care provider to reschedule.