In collaboration with area nursing homes and assisted living facilities, Glacial Ridge Health System has assembled a testing “strike team,” as the state refers to them, to respond within 24 hours to a need for mass testing for the coronavirus.
Safety Protocols Enhanced at Glacial Ridge Clinics and Hospital
Posted May 1, 2020; Updated June 5, 2020 Medical appointments are essential; learn how we’ve made it safer than ever before for you and your loved ones to receive care. Your health and wellness are vitally important. Nearly all your medical concerns can be addressed at Glacial Ridge Health System. The team is ready to...
Why Can’t Everyone Be Tested: COVID-19?
When things are uncertain, we naturally look for answers. There are several reasons. Most importantly, on a national level, testing supplies are sent to hotspots in our country.
GRHS and Glenwood Retirement Village Collaborate on Tele-Health Visits for Resident Safety
The secure program provides GRV nursing home residents a clinic visit with a GRHS provider – without leaving the building. In addition to efficiency, it improves safety for residents by eliminating the potential community exposure to respiratory viruses such as influenza and COVID-19.
Getting Care Safely at GRHS Clinics and Glacial Ridge Hospital During COVID-19 Pandemic
If experiencing symptoms call the GRHS hotline at 320.334.5481 or schedule a Tele-Health Video Clinic Visit. DO NOT go directly to one of the clinics or to the ER. UPDATED on April 8, 2020 to include the extension of Governer Walz’ Stay Home Executive Order through May 4. In response to Governor Tim Walz’ March 27, 2020...
How to Donate PPE and Hand-Sewn Facemasks to GRHS
Glacial Ridge Health System has an adequate supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) – gowns, masks, personal respirators, face shields, eye goggles – currently on hand to protect our employees and patients from COVID-19. However, the global supply continues to be uncertain and we are actively taking steps to secure more supplies. We are proactively...
Wash Your Hands! And Other Ways to Prevent Respiratory Illnesses
Prevention is Key. What can you do to prevent getting or spreading COVID-19?