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Tomah Health continues to work with Wisconsin and Monroe County Public Health Dept., and Region 4 Healthcare Emergency Readiness Coalition (HERC) in response to COVID-19.

Mildly ill patients are encouraged to stay home and contact their healthcare provider by phone for guidance about clinical management. Patients who have severe symptoms, such as difficulty breathing, should seek care immediately.


Visitor Restrictions   (Effective July 11, 2022)

Due to a decline in area COVID cases, please note these special visitor instructions.

- Two visitors of any age are allowed in at Tomah Health, our Warrens Clinic and our Hospice Touch / Life Choices Palliative Care facility in Tomah. 
- No Visitors for patients who test positive for COVID... except for special circumstances

- All visitors will be screened and are required to wear a medical-grade masks, N95 or KN95 masks at all our locations. (Neck gaiters, bandanas, masks with vents, and cloth masks ARE NOT ALLOWED.)

  Patients and visitors without those masks will be offered a medical-grade mask during our screening process. Visitors must keep masks on at all times while in Tomah Health (even when sitting in patient rooms).


 We understand that restrictions have been difficult on our patients, their families and our staff, but truly appreciate all the cooperation, which has enabled us to continue providing safe, quality care.



COVID Vaccine & Booster

WANT A VACCINE or a BOOSTER? Information on vaccine and booster clinics  is available from the Monroe County Health Dept. CLICK HERE



The United States currently has the safest vaccine supply in its history. The nation’s long-standing vaccine safety system ensures that vaccines are as safe as possible.
Vaccine Safety is a vital part of the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines are developed and become available, the public’s knowledge of their safety, both initially and during extended use, is an important part of a successful national vaccination effort.

To Learn More, CLICK HERE



Due to limitations on testing supplies, Tomah Health does not currently provide COVID testing to patients that are not exhibiting symptoms. Testing is provided to symptomatic patients that are cared for in our Urgent Care and Emergency Departments.
Patients who are not exhibiting COVID symptoms but still wish to be tested should reach out to their primary physician or attend a community testing event.

Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in my community? CLICK HERE

  •  For Monroe County Testing Locations, CLICK HERE


*Results of COVID Testing at Tomah Health can also be obtained via our MyChart program. CLICK HERE 


Tomah Health COVID-19 Safety Measures

To ensure patient safety we have implemented the following protocols.

  • Video Visit appointments.
  • COVID-19 screenings for visitors and patients.
  • Protective social distancing.
  • Rigorous cleaning.
  • Safe waiting areas.
  • Limiting visitors.



CDC Update

Click Here for the latest on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Wisconsin Update

Click Here for the latest on COVID-19 from the state of Wisconsin. 


Monroe County Update

Click Here for information from the Monroe County Wisconsin Health Dept


Frequently Asked Questions

Click Here for a List of Most Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19


Public Action

We remind area residents to use good health hygiene including...

    • Stay home when you are sick.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

 “Although we haven’t adopted a formal written policy, hospital administration and the board of directors have adopted the requirement that all patients must wear a mask for the entire time they’re in the building. This practice is based on recommendations from the CDC and the State Department of Health, and is to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. If you refuse to comply with this requirement, you’re free to seek out other options for your healthcare.”


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