Self Regional Healthcare urges everyone to heed CDC guidance on handwashing, physical distancing and masks, and encourage the same among your friends and family members. These practices will save lives.
COVID-19 Symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing
If you have these symptoms: Lakelands residents, call the COVID-19 Screening Line at (864) 725-8200. You will be asked a series of questions and advised accordingly.
Protect yourself and others. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus in the first place. You can carry the virus to others even without ever feeling sick yourself.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap, and often.
Wear a mask in public, one that covers your mouth and nose, even if you don’t feel sick.
Practice “social distancing.” Avoid face-to-face interaction with other people as much as possible. If you can, stay home. Move meetings, classes, book club and other in-person gatherings online. If you must be around other people, keep a recommended six feet distance between you and others and wear a mask. Even if you don’t feel sick, cover your mouth with the inside of your elbow for coughs and sneezes.
If you do feel sick, stay home. Call your doctor or the SRH Coronavirus Screening Line (864) 725-8200 for guidance.
If you’d like to be tested, see our community testing calendar for dates and locations, and pre-register for one of our drive-thru testing centers.
Visitor Policy and Restrictions
Beginning Thursday, August 20, 2020 we have implemented a new Limited Visitation Policy which will continue to safeguard patients, guests and team members by restricting access to our facility during the COVID-19 pandemic, but also will allow some increased (but limited) visitation. For details, click here.
Helpful Links for the most up-to-date information and advice:
If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call the COVID-19 Screening Line at (864)725-8200, Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. This line is only for residents of the 7 counties in our service area in South Carolina: Greenwood, Laurens, Edgefield, Newberry, Saluda, McCormick and Abbeville. On the call you will be asked a series of questions and advised accordingly.
If you meet the DHEC criteria for testing, you will be scheduled to appear at our drive-through COVID-19 specimen collection site where a swab will be collected. Patients who are directed to this drive-through site will stay in their cars while a nurse who is wearing protective gear and trained in infection control collects the sample from outside the vehicle.
Only come to the Self Regional Emergency Department when there is a true medical emergency. If you are symptomatic or think you have been exposed, it’s important that you call ahead before arriving at your physician’s office, ED or other healthcare facility to let them know.
If you show symptoms, your healthcare provider and public health staff will evaluate whether you can be cared for at home. If it is determined that you do not need to be hospitalized and can be isolated at home, you should strictly adhere to the instructions provided here for the duration of your recovery, for the safety of others in your household and the public at large. Remain in quarantine until a healthcare provider or local or state health department says you can return to your normal activities.
Recent COVID-19 updates from Self Regional Healthcare
The Support Services Building on Wells Ave. is temporarily closed to the public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The SSB houses Medical Records, Financial Services and HR. In lieu of face-to-face contact we are providing alternate methods […]
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In order to provide for public health and safety, beginning March 17 we are restricting visitors, closing Entrance B, and temporarily suspending all wellness classes, programs, and public screenings. […]
SRH has provided this information for patients who show signs and symptoms of a viral illness. Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who may have been exposed to a contagious disease […]
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SRH is preparing for the possible appearance of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our service area. The Self Regional Medical Center is equipped to manage infectious disease patients. Prevent and Prepare / What to do if you feel sick / About Testing / Home Quarantine Instructions / Helpful links […]