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Middlesex Health is evaluating those with respiratory symptoms in a designated area outside of our Emergency Department in Middletown. COVID-19 testing will be provided for patients who meet certain criteria. // LEARN MORE
We are in constant communication with local and state officials, as well as with other health systems in Connecticut. Our doctors, nurses and other staff members are providing care to anyone who needs it, regardless of whether they may have COVID-19.
Middlesex Health encourages you to follow the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help limit the spread of the virus. Be sure to wash your hands well with soap and water, stay home when you are sick and cover any coughs and sneezes.
If you do get sick, follow the advice of your medical provider. If you are concerned that you or a loved one has COVID-19 symptoms, please call your primary care physician before heading to an emergency department or urgent care office. They will be able to help you determine your next steps.
By following the CDC’s advice and looking out for one another, we can help keep our community healthy. I have every confidence that, together, we will get through this latest health crisis.
Vincent G. Capece, Jr. President and CEO Middlesex Health
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