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DCMC takes next steps for medical services

Door County Medical Center is continuing to ease up on some of the restrictions it put in place due to COVID-19 concerns. Elective surgeries started back up over a month ago and hospital staff did what it could to eliminate people from spending long periods of time in their hospital and clinic’s waiting rooms.  Once they are inside their facilities, Door County Medical Center is requiring visitors to wear a mask unless medically impossible and practice safe social distancing. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jim Heise says although they are encouraging people without urgent or emergency needs to use telemedicine options, they also want patients to not be afraid to come to the hospital.

For people visiting loved ones at the hospital, those restrictions remain in place with each patient care area having their own guidelines. 

 

 

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