Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been committed to keeping you safe—from diagnosis and treatment to surgery and recovery. And as vaccination becomes available, we’ve committed to keeping you informed
In the fight against COVID-19, we have a choice. Choose vaccination to keep you, your family and your community SAFE. You can turn to Memorial to stay informed on all aspects of COVID-19, including vaccination rollout updates.
COVID-19 testing info
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Because not every illness requires a visit to a Memorial facility, our telehealth visits provide an option to speak with a care provider through two-way video technology - all from the comfort of your home.
You can schedule a telehealth visit with any of the providers listed below. Click on the links below for more information:
DMH Medical Group
Memorial Behavioral Health
Memorial Physician Services and Memorial ExpressCare
Memorial Weight Loss & Wellness Center
Our new drive-thru lab sites ensure you have safe access to routine lab work and testing. Patients remain in the comfort of their vehicle and our technicians perform any draws or testing at your car. The service is available to any patient who needs routine or newly ordered labs.
Drive-Thru Location & Hours
Here are some of the ways we are ensuring all our facilities are clean and safe for visiting patients:
If you suddenly feel seriously ill or experience symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, don’t wait to seek the care you need. Our highly trained Emergency Department staff are following the strictest protocols to ensure the safety of our patients. When seconds matter, don’t hesitate to trust our experienced, on-site experts.
Don’t Wait for Emergency Care.
Because the pandemic is constantly changing, we want to make sure you have the latest updates regarding Memorial policies.
Use the form below or call 217-588-6200 to ask us a specific question you have about our new COVID-19 policies. Do not ask health-related questions. If you have an emergency, call 911 or go immediately to your local emergency department.
To proceed, open this webpage in your mobile web browser, such as Safari for iPhone or Chrome for Android.
We have put in place additional precautions to ensure maximum safety for surgery patients and their visitors. Here are several things you should know: