Mercy Is A Safe Place

Don’t delay your health care. With outpatient testing, therapy services, and surgeries resuming, we want to assure you that Mercy is a safe place for you and your loved ones to come for all your health care needs. You can also help us prevent the spread of germs by practicing good hand hygiene, wearing a mask, and coming alone to your appointment.

We’ve Got Cleaning Covered

When it comes to cleaning, we’ve got you covered! Mercy is following enhanced sanitizing processes for treatment rooms, waiting rooms, and public areas that include using our state-of-the-art Xenex robots. Learn more about what to expect when you have appointments at Mercy’s main campus and health centers from Cory Brown, D.O., Mercy Primary Care – Jackson.
 

What Has Changed at Mercy Due to COVID-19

All Hospital Visitations Temporarily Stopped

Until further notice, hospital visitation is not permitted with the exception of one support person for maternity patients. Special considerations will be made on a case-by-case basis. Read our visitation policy for more information.

Events Cancelled

Until further notice, all hospital events, no matter the location, are cancelled. This is in keeping with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s mandate to eliminate public gatherings.

No Floral Arrangement Deliveries

For the safety of our patients, staff, and employees, Mercy is temporarily halting the delivery of any floral arrangements to our hospitalized patients.

Mercy Boutique Available By Appointment Only

To access Mercy Boutique services, please call 330-456-9960 for an appointment.

Cashier and Financial Counselor Offices Closed to Walk-in Traffic

The cashier’s and financial counselor’s offices at Mercy are closed to walk-in traffic. Staff will continue to work in these areas and will be available via telephone if needed.

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