Windom Area Health COVID-19 Operations Updates:
Updated 4/13/2021 at 12:48pm
No drive up or walk in testing available. Testing done in ER per physician discretion with ER visit.
Patients seeking testing for travel, should work with their primary care provider.
Use the Main Hospital Entrance to access the hospital.
Entry during the weekends MUST be through the ER Entrance.
Rehab/Wellness Entrance is now open for Wellness Center Members, Rehabilitation (PT, OT, Speech), Wound Care, and Cardiac Rehabilitation patients.
All other patients and visitors, please continue to use the Main Hospital Entrance unless visiting during the weekend - then use ER Entrance only.
There are screening stations that all patients/visitors who come into WAH will have to complete to ensure staff, patient, and visitor safety. Please allow time for screening prior to your appointment. Please bring your own mask, if available.
NOTE: The ER Entrance is still open for those who are sick or injured that need to visit the ER.
Patient/Visitor Limits Updated 2/9/2021
Patients are allowed one visitor in all areas (Emergency Room, Inpatient, Outpatient).
Visitors must pass the COVID-19 screening, be over the age of 18 and wear a mask at all times.
If visiting an inpatient, visitors may switch during the day, but only one can be in the room at a time.
OB patients may have one visitor in addition to a support person.
Hospital staff may limit visitors or make exceptions on a case-by-case basis.
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday*: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
*ER Entrance must be used when visiting on weekends.
Cafeteria Closed to Public
Employees Only Until Further Notice.
Billing Inquiries and Payments
We are no longer accepting inquiries or payments in person. To discuss any billing concerns, please call 831-0616.
Please Keep All Appointments
Windom Area Health services are still operating as normal, and we encourage patients to keep their appointments, including:
Wound & Hyperbaric Healing Center
Rehabilitation (Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy)
Surgery & Pain Management (Some Limitations In Place)