Grand Peaks’ Response to Governor Little’s Idaho Statewide Order

March 25, 2020 | Becky Crapo



Grand Peaks is currently accepting scheduled appointments at both our Rexburg and St. Anthony Medical clinics.   However, if you have a cough, fever, trouble breathing, fatigue, have been in areas of high coronavirus activity, OR have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus PLEASE call (208) 356-4900 Before Entering Our Facilities.  If you are in need of a prescription Refill, also, please call ahead.

Grand Peaks Dental is open for emergency or pain related appointments only.  If the patient has no symptoms as described above or has NOT been exposed to someone who has symptoms PLEASE call for an appointment at (208) 356-4900.

Grand Peaks Behavioral Health is offering appointments by video conferencing along with in-person visits, please call for direction at (208) 356-4900.

Please call our office at (208) 356-4900 if you have any further questions about coming in OR about an upcoming appointment.**

Governor Brad Little gave a statewide order on March 25, 2020, asking Idahoans to follow his direction for a 21 day Stay at Home order.  Direction was given in order to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  For complete information from the press conference, please see the below links.  The state of Idaho also has a website regarding COVID-19, link is posted below, as well.

State of Idaho COVID-19 Updates Website:     https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/

State of Idaho COVID-19 HOTLINE:  1-888-330-3010  (M-F  8am-6pm)

Press Conference (Video on Facebook):     https://www.facebook.com/governorbradlittle/videos/499377267607311/

Eastern Idaho Public Health:     eiph.idaho.gov

CDC Website:    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

 

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