Following CDC and state distribution guidance, Mercy Health is committed to providing access to the COVID-19 vaccines in the communities we serve.
Mercy Health is seeing our highest number of COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. Given the current volume in our communities and the severe strain on our staff and facilities, we are enacting crisis standards of care across our footprint. This does not mean that we provide lower standards of care, rather, that we evaluate and prioritize essential procedures and allocate resources and staff as needed to ensure our patients, associates and communities receive the compassionate care they need.
While we are taking these extraordinary steps to best serve our patients during this crisis period, the health and safety of our patients and employees remains our priority.
We want to remind you that it is important to act upon any warning signs for serious health conditions such a stroke, heart attack and others. If you have sudden changes in your health, it’s important to act fast and seek medical care immediately. You can trust that we are ready to deliver safe, high-quality care.
There are many places in our community where you can go for COVID-19 tests, including retail pharmacies and local health departments.
Currently, Mercy Health only offers testing for patients who have a Mercy Health primary care provider (PCP). For more information please call 866-624-0366.
If you don’t already have a Mercy Health PCP, please visit a retail pharmacy or contact your local health department for information on testing locations in your area.
Do not go to the Emergency Department (ED) if you are only seeking a COVID-19 test. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 or visit your closest emergency location.
Find A Doctor
As the pandemic recedes, are you interested in getting out of the house and helping others? Mercy Health seeks volunteers for new and exciting opportunities to serve patients, visitors and staff at Clermont Hospital, located at 3000 Hospital Drive, Batavia, Ohio 45103, and Eastgate Medical Center, 601 Ivy Gateway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245.
“Mercy Health has many dedicated members of staff who give their time, talents and energies to our patients. But we also depend on another group of dedicated individuals to make our hospital system a great one – our volunteers,” Volunteer Director Tracy Taylor says. “We have multiple volunteer positions open that, once filled, would help support our patients, visitors and staff. The commitment is a minimum of four hours per week, usually one day per week. But many of our volunteers give more of their time with us. I hope you will consider giving some of your time to help us care for people.”
The following opportunities are available:
Mercy Health needs you! To apply, contact Tracy Taylor at the Clermont Hospital Volunteer Office at 513-732-8582 or email@example.com. You can also apply at mercy.com/about-us/careers/volunteering. We hope you will join us!