×COVID-19 TESTING & EMERGENCY SITUATIONS: If you believe you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 but are not experiencing a medical emergency, call your primary care provider (personal or family doctor) for a phone or in-person screening. Starting with your primary care provider for screening and COVID-19 test orders is the fastest, safest, and most affordable way to seek testing or care for COVID-19. Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms who is also experiencing a medical emergency, which may include trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion, inability to wake or stay awake, or bluish lips or face, should call 911 immediately and alert the operator about their symptoms.
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Our 30-bed Medical Surgical Unit has private, comfortable, spacious rooms equipped with state of the art equipment to care for acutely ill patients, presenting a wide range of conditions. Our caring, qualified staff is trained to help patients, whatever their illness may be. Some common diagnoses include, but are not limited to, pneumonia and other lung ailments, GI bleeds, pancreatic and kidney disorders, diabetes, DVTs, cellulitis and wound infections. Remote telemetry monitoring is also available in this unit.
All inpatients are cared for by our Hospitalist Team, lead by Medical Director Jimmie E. Lewis, Jr., MD.