PCMH designates Main Street Walk-In as its COVID-19 Clinic effective Monday, April 6

Drive-up screenings will be done at rear of building; call (432) 336-4544 first

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Pecos County Memorial Hospital announced that effect Monday, April 6, Coronavirus screenings will be conducted exclusively at its Walk-In Clinic, 511 N. Main St., in Downtown Fort Stockton.

Please call  (432) 336-4544 before you drive to the clinic, so staff may be prepared for you. 

Patients are asked to drive to back of clinic and park in the covered parking area, and to remain in their vehicle. Clinical staff will come to vehicles to screen patients.

Patients will be pre-screened in their vehicle and then directed inside the clinic or to the back of the clinic

At the back, patients will be further screened and treated in their vehicles

Hours of operation will he held between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on Saturday, and on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m.

When to go to hospital

When should you go to the hospital and when should stay home?

It depends on whether you are experiencing severe or mild symptoms. 

People with severe symptoms – difficulty breathing, a high fever (104 degrees), persistent chest pain or pressure, confusion or trouble responding, – should immediately call 9-1-1 or the emergency room at PCMH or IGH.

People with mild or non-severe symptoms should stay home and self-quarantine for 14 days – or until they feel better for more than 24 hours. Mild or non-severe symptoms are mild cold or flu-like symptoms, cough – but NO shortness of breath, body aches, fatigue, sneezing, runny nose, or sore throat.

Pecos County Memorial Hospital, Iraan General Hospital and Cactus Health remind people to telephone the hospitals or local clinics before coming in for treatment, especially if you are displaying symptoms of the Coronavirus.

• PCMH: (432) 336-0700, 336-2291, 336-2058, 336-4544.

• Cactus Health: (432) 336-8110

• IGH: (432) 639-2575; Press “3” for the ER.

 

 

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