May 1, 2020
Adams County Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that we are reopening the majority of our services as permitted by the Director of the Ohio Department of Health’s recent order to reopen businesses.

We are continuing with several workplace safety standards that have been in place to ensure the safety of our staff and community who seek care with us.

Visitor restrictions, screenings and the use of facial coverings for all who enter the facility are just a few of the things in place. We continue to caution those who are at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 to shelter in place, to the extent possible, except as necessary to seek medical care.

As of May 1, we will resume medically necessary procedures that will allow you to come to the hospital and or one of our three clinics in West Union, Winchester or Georgetown. Procedures that do not require an overnight stay, non-urgent doctor visits, well-care checks, outpatient surgeries, imaging procedures, and diagnostic tests are among the many services we are providing at this time. We will continue to utilize telehealth whenever possible and will be implementing procedures to accommodate elderly and vulnerable patients to ensure their safety. Some procedural changes may be put in place during this time to best accommodate the safety of our community and staff.

We are open for business and we are here for you. Thank you for choosing ACRMC for your healthcare needs!