Covid-19 Updates

COVID BOOSTERS: Please call Clayton County Health 563-245-2064.
NO VISITORS: August 26, 2021 until further notice

Phase 1B Vaccination Instructions

Phase 1B Vaccinations for ages 65 and older: To schedule an appointment, call 563-252-5571 and leave your name and phone number. You will be added to the waiting list and contacted as the vaccine is available. Please be patient as we manage a large volume of calls. Rest assured, if you have called in you are on the list.

Please Note: Due to the overwhelming response resulting in hundreds on the wait list, we are unable to call people back right away. If you have called and left your information, you are on the list.  There is no need to continue calling.  We will move through the list in the priority of the order the calls were received.

Please bring the following two forms:

Vaccination Information  2/5/21

Hurry Up and Wait  1/29/21

Clayton County VNA Vaccine  1/25/21

Vaccine Plan  1/15/21

Vaccine  12/18/20

Testing at GMHC Q & A  11/9/20

Being Thankful 11/8/20

Being Responsible Saves Lives  10/30/20

Joint Statement Regarding COVID-19 and Hospitalizations in Clayton County  10/30/20

GMHC Response to Outbreak 10/23/20

COVID-19 Outbreak in Guttenberg 10/23/20

Trick or Treat 10/23/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Golden Ticket 10/16/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Changes 10/9/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

NO VISITORS: Monday, Oct. 5 – 11, 2020

What to do with Stress 10/2/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

ONE VISITOR PER PATIENT, PER DAY: Monday, Sept. 28 – Oct. 4, 2020

Influenza vs COVID-19 9/25/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Which Mask? 9/18/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Be Mindful 9/11/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Now What? 9/4/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Just a Reminder 8/28/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Team Effort 8/21/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Cornerstone Family Practice Develops Long Term Plan

Get On the Bus 8/14/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

We Can All Be a Hero 8/7/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

We Need Each Other 7/31/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

We Need Each Other

Be Kind 7/24/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Just the Facts 7/17/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Change 7/10/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Exposure 7/3/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Keeping the Numbers Low 6/26/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Know Before You Go 6/19/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Protecting the Grandparents 6/12/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

It Takes A Village 6/5/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

The First 100 Days 5/29/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Grateful 5/22/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Keeping Your Circle Small 5/15/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Lent 5/8/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

GMHC Safe Care Plan: Your Guttenberg Municipal Hospital & Clinics healthcare team continues to make the safe care of all of our patients our number one priority. Call us at 563-252-2141 to discuss care options with your provider. And if an appointment is recommended, we have options.

Stay Safe Poster for Businesses

What Now? 5/1/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

May Day! 4/24/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Video: How to make a mask without sewing

Let’s Talk Masks 4/17/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Treatment at Home 4/10/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Stay Safe. Stay Home. 4/3/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

Protect Yourself  3/27/20 by Dr. Michele Dikkers

GMHC is limited to one entrance. All patients should use the main hospital entrance which will be open Monday through Friday, 7am to 5pm. All emergencies should still go to the emergency entrance.

Guttenberg Clinic Opens “Ill” Clinic and Updates Hours: Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Call ahead for ALL appointments – including Same Day Care. No walk-ins are allowed.

GMHC Opens “Well” Clinics in Edgewood and Garnavillo on 3/23/2020

GMHC Visitor Restrictions and Specialty Clinic Suspended

Family Resource Center Food Pantry Extends Hours. Guttenberg Food Pantry. Edgewood Food Pantry.

Port of Fitness closed until further notice.

Gift Shop closed until further notice.

Public Health Updates:

I’ve been tested for COVID-19, now what?

Self Isolation Guidelines: As of 3/22/2020, it is recommended that Iowans self-isolate for 14 days in the following situations:

  • Traveled outside of Iowa for business or vacation in the last 14 days.
  • Taken a cruise anywhere in the world in the last 14 days.
  • Traveled internationally to a country with a level 3 travel warning in the last 14 days.
  • Live with someone who has symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive for COVID-19.

Register. Respond. Make a difference.

i-SERV is the Iowa Department of Public Health’s secure online registry for individuals wishing to volunteer in the event of a large scale disaster or public health emergency.  i-SERV is part of a federal effort to coordinate and assemble volunteers for all types of emergencies.

External Links and Resources:

Homemade Gown Sewing Guidance

Updated Mask Sewing Instructions

COVID-19 in Iowa

Iowa Department of Public Health

CDC Symptom Checker: Wondering if you need a test?

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

10 Ways to Manage Respiratory Symptoms at Home

COVID-19 Hotline: Call 2-1-1


NO VISITORS: Monday, Oct. 5 – 11, 2020

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