Why We Are Safer Together
When concerns about the coronavirus make people feel as though they want to stay socially distant, that’s healthy. When these fears drive people away from the hospital, that could become dangerous.
At CMH, we want you to know that we are ready to keep you and your families safe. With your help, we can all be Safer Together.
Medical facilities across the nation have seen a decrease in the use of clinics, urgent cares and emergency rooms since March for obvious reasons. But now it is time to get your health back on schedule, and it’s even more important to maintain healthy habits.
CMH and You: Safer Together
Despite the pandemic, women will continue to have babies, heart attacks can still strike, and accidents will almost always happen.
CMH’s commitment to you is that we are ready. Ready to care for all your health needs while sustaining a safe, healing environment. Ready to deliver the same person-centered care we have provided for more than 100 years.
We want to collaborate, communicate and work as a team to keep our community healthy. This means YOU need to do your part, as well. Don’t miss your check up, don’t ignore your blood pressure, and don’t take risks with your health. With these actions, we can all be Safer Together.
In the past couple of weeks, we handed out more than 100 information packets in downtown Astoria and Seaside with window decals, posters and information on masking and precautions we can all take to be Safer Together. If you would like to help us spread the word, please let us know by calling 503-338-4504 or emailing MarketingRequest@columbiamemorial.org.
Talk to a nurse on the CMH COVID-19 Community Hotline at 503-338-4699. This hotline is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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