Coronavirus

Symptom Screening for All Patients

Symptom screening for all patients effective March 26, 2020 To lessen the impact of COVID-19 on our communities, and to keep our staff safe, Welia Health will begin screening all patients for fever and respiratory symptoms upon entrance. If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms, you will be required to wear a mask before […]

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We Are In This Together

Welia Health cares about your safety, health and wellbeing! In accordance with Minnesota Department of Health guidelines, we at Welia Health are encouraging you to do your part in the COVID-19 pandemic. We all need to take our own role seriously in slowing the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. All Minnesotans are encouraged to […]

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Elective Surgeries to be Postponed

Governor Tim Walz today signed an executive order ordering health care providers to postpone elective surgeries and procedures to focus healthcare capacity and equipment on responding to COVID-19 cases and other emergencies. Read Governor Walz’s executive order delaying elective surgeries. What does this mean for Welia Health patients? All non-essential or elective surgeries and procedures, […]

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Eye Care Center Closes Temporarily

Beginning Thursday, March 19 at 12pm, the Welia Health Eye Care Center will be closed for appointments until further notice. Our Eye Care Center staff will be available 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday, to schedule appointments beginning two months out. Staff will also coordinate emergent situations with Dr. Troy Mork and Dr. Joe Mork.  For those who […]

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Visitor Guidelines Changed

After careful review of the Minnesota Department of Health guidelines, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations, and other organization’s visitation policies, Welia Health has made the following changes: Visitors to the hospital, emergency department, or to an outpatient type services (rehab, clinic, imaging, chemotherapy, infusion and the like) at Welia Health will be limited […]

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In-Person Prescription Pickup Suspended

To help keep our communities and our staff safe, Welia Health Community Pharmacies in Mora and Pine City will temporarily shut down the entrances for in-person prescription pickup. This policy is effective March 19, 2020 and will be in place until further notice. To continue to best serve you, we offer: • Curbside pickup • […]

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Welia Health is Prepared for COVID-19 Coronavirus

Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, Welia Health is prepared to take care of the communities it serves. We are also working closely with our community partners including public health officials, the local schools, and other healthcare providers to help lessen the impact COVID-19 could have in our communities. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, of […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): What You Need to Know

Welia Health is working closely with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who are monitoring the situation and providing guidance to all healthcare organizations. Welia Health will follow guidelines from the MDH and the CDC. When there is a threat of a disease that could cause […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Welia Health and the Facts

Welia Health is prepared to screen, identify potential patients, and isolate and care for patients. When there is a threat of a disease that could cause a surge of patients, each individual hospital increases its preparedness and coordination activities. Hospitals and health systems throughout the state are working together to prepare for a surge of […]

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Update on Novel Coronavirus

Our patients can be assured that Welia Health is prepared to screen, identify potential patient(s) and isolate and care for patients exposed or infected with the coronavirus. Welia Health is prepared to care for infected patients if needed: Our hospital, clinics and healthcare providers are trained to manage infectious diseases including new infectious diseases like […]

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