St. Mary's Medical Center is Scheduling Procedures

As of June 2020, St. Mary's Medical Center is moving forward in a safe, measured way to serve all patients seeking care now that it appears the COVID-19 peak is behind us. Following all guidelines and criteria established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and leading national health care experts and associations, the hospital is now scheduling procedures and elective surgeries. 

Click here for information on our new procedures to keep patients and visitors safe and healthy as they seek care.

Our Emergency Department has been and will continue to be open 24/7 for anyone needing urgent care, we are scheduling procedures, and our laboratory is open to anyone who has orders from their physician.

Hospital leadership will continuously monitor the number of COVID-19 patients in the community in case we see a surge of new positive cases and need to reinstate the more strict precautionary measures we implemented at the beginning of this health crisis.

New Visitor Guidelines

In March, the San Francisco Department of Public Health issued an order prohibiting visitors from entering hospitals to prevent possible transmission of COVID-19 to our vulnerable patients. We know how difficult it has been for families who have not been allowed to visit their loved ones during the last few months.

Now hospital patients, with the exception of Behavioral Health, are allowed visitors under new guidelines outlined here

Visiting hours are from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. every day and patients may only have one visitor per day for one hour. All visitors will be screened for possible symptoms upon entering the hospital and are required to wear a mask to protect our patients and frontline staff from potential exposure.

Disaster Relief Fund

The Foundation has set up a Disaster Relief Fund to assist in the hospital’s efforts to respond to this ongoing pandemic and any future needs that may arise.

St. Mary’s is here for you during this critical time as our community rises to the challenges presented by COVID-19. Gifts of any size to the Disaster Relief Fund will make a positive impact in our community. To support St. Mary’s response efforts, please donate today.  We are grateful for your kindness and generosity.