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COVID-19 Updates and Information

Updated 3/30/2021 (Para español, haga clic aquí)

For a daily update on COVID-19 in Mono County, including real-time testing status and state guidance, visit the Mono County page here.

As of today, 3/30/2021, Mammoth Hospital’s status for admitting patients to the hospital is GREEN*

*Mammoth Hospital’s Hospital Incident Management Team (HIMT) has adopted the California Crisis Care Continuum Guidelines accessible via the following link here as well as the Crisis Care Guidelines Pre-Implementation Checklist located here. 

This includes the utilization of the stages of the crisis care continuum indicated in the guidelines and in California Department Public Health All Facilities Letter 20-91, and shown below:

Crisis Care Continuum Guidelines
Mammoth Hospital’s HIMT utilizes the crisis care continuum classifications (green/yellow/red) as both a communications and planning tool. The classifications allow us to communicate our status to our local Unified Command Emergency Operations Center, and in turn, the public. In addition, the HIMT reviews current space, staffing, supplies, and level of care on a continual basis, at minimum once a week during HIMT meetings to ensure all members of the HIMT are aware of the hospital’s current crisis care continuum stage.

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Mammoth Hospital has updated its visitor policy to allow one visitor for most patients receiving inpatient and outpatient care at the hospital and clinics.  We are also pleased to announce that the Perinatal and Admitting departments are moving back to their original locations (Labor and Delivery and Main Entrance respectively) to better serve our patients.

Here are a few important updates on visitation to ensure the highest quality and safety standards at Mammoth Hospital. 

  • Each patient will be allowed one visitor at a time. 
  • No more than two separate visitors per length of stay. 
  • Visitors must pass through the screening station and be free of all COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Visitors are required to wear a mask the entire length of visitation.
  • Visitors must remain with the patient unless using the restroom or being escorted in or out of the facility.
  • There will be no overnight visitors unless they are a required guardian or are within the perinatal department.
  • Visiting hours will be limited from 07:30 AM to 6:30 PM

Exceptions may be made to this policy in certain situations due to limited space during busy times. Ultimately our goal is to provide the safest environment possible for our patients and guests.  We appreciate your patience and understanding as Mammoth Hospital’s response evolves and protocols are updated.

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From 12/11/2020
Dr. Howell, incoming Chief of Staff and member of the coronavirus response team at Mammoth Hospital, discusses why he will be getting the COVID-19 vaccine.


Stay Safe to Stay Open – On behalf of Mammoth Hospital, Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce, Mammoth Mountain, and Mono County Health Department, we want to wish you a healthy and safe holiday season.

Watch our video below for a few safety tips to keep you, your friends, neighbors, and your family safe. We know COVID isn’t taking a break for the holidays, so it’s important we all do our part.

June 25th, 2020:

Dr. Craig Burrows runs a few errands around Mammoth and shows us how easy it is to stay safe by taking a few important precautions

Mammoth Hospital’s clinics and outpatient services are open and safe. Watch the video below for a few things to know when paying us a visit.

Print Out Pre-Appointment Questionnaire and Mask Caring Instructions.  (Spanish version here.)

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