Update on St. Mary's Medical Center's COVID-19 Response and Vaccine Information: July 2021

St. Mary’s dedicated frontline caregivers continue to serve our community in a safe, compassionate environment for anyone seeking medical care. St. Mary’s is not currently distributing COVID-19 vaccines to the public at our hospital. Vaccines are now available to everyone age 12 and up, you can book an appointment at MyTurn.CA.gov or contact your healthcare provider with questions.

Click here to find more detailed information about the hospital's response to COVID-19.

Hospital and Visitor Guidelines

St. Mary’s is currently allowing visitors in accordance with the California Department of Public Health guidelines:

  • Patients may receive up to two visitors at a time from the same household.
  • All visitors are required to wear medical grade face coverings while on the hospital campus, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Visitors may purchase food to-go from the cafeteria and may eat in the café or outside – visitors may not eat in the patient’s room.

For more detailed information on visitor guidelines, click here.

Give Back to the Frontline Today

St. Mary’s Foundation has two funds dedicated to supporting the frontline – tax-deductible contributions in any amount will make a big impact. Donations to the Disaster Relief Fund will assist in the hospital’s ongoing pandemic response.

Donations to our new Caregiver Wellness Fund will support initiatives to help alleviate the incredible stress our frontline and all of St. Mary’s essential workers have been under for a full year, and will continue to be until this pandemic is under control. 100% of all contributions go directly to the hospital’s programs and services – no funds are used for administrative purposes.

Please note that contributions to the Foundation will not be leveraged to receive the vaccine. Vaccination appointments are scheduled through MyTurn based on one’s eligibility.