covid-19

7/28/2020 Family, Friends, and Residents: The presence of the current COVID-19 pandemic in Washington has resulted in long periods of separation for us all, and the consequences are concerning to everyone. Thank you for your forbearance while we worked to create new procedures that lowered the risk...

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 News and Information If you have concerns in regards to COVID-19, symptoms, social distancing, or general COVID-19 questions please contact Department of Health at 360.417.2274   General Health Question of the Day “I was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19; what do...

Friday, July 24, 2020   Over the last 24 hours, the West End has had two more positive cases with one diagnosed by the Forks Community Hospital.  In both cases, the individuals were undertaking their day to day activities.  As their symptoms worsened, they sought testing and...

The July 26th testing supervised by Clallam County Health Department will take about 30 minutes and involves a nose swab that is not painful. Testing is free and no insurance or identification is required. Testing will be supervised by the Clallam County Department of Health. ...

To ensure the safety of our residents, patients, community and staff, every person entering Forks Community Hospital and its associated facilities must first visit the drive up Central Check-in Station to be cleared to enter campus facilities unless there is a life threatening emergency.  Staff during...

Forks Community Hospital continues to work hard to partner with our community. We strive to meet your expectations and function with transparency. Please see the flyer below for information on testing and billing related to COVID-19. Click Here for Printable PDF...

As many residents have already heard, last night, June 1, 2020 the Laboratory at Forks Community Hospital received confirmation of a positive case of COVID-19. Department of Health was notified and has already begun the process of contact tracing. Contact tracing is the process of...

Administration, managers, employees, and the Board of Commissioners have all been working hard to put procedures into place that keep all patients safe. We encourage everyone to seek treatment for chronic and new health care needs that are either COVID or non-COVID related.   Printable PDF Click...

What to expect when you call 9-1-1 If you need emergency services, do not hesitate to call 9-1-1. We are responding to emergency calls. Dispatchers may ask questions to determine if you have been exposed to COVID-19 You may only see one EMS person at...