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Salem Memorial District Hospital


Due to COVID-19, SMDH will be extending Health Fair Screenings for the entire month of September. In an effort to comply with social distancing and to maintain a safer environment to serve our community, SMDH will pre-register and schedule Health Fair Screenings to be performed at our facility.
Screenings will be held Monday thru Friday from 7am to 11am, AND appointments MUST be scheduled. To schedule and pre-register for an appointment please call Karen Brown at 573-729-6626 ext 4005, Monday thru Friday 8am to 4pm.
Participants will enter at the north entrance of the hospital and be COVID screened. Since patients are pre-registered, fees will be collected and consent forms will be signed prior to testing.

The Salem Memorial District Hospital will be phasing new changes into the current visitor policy. These changes only apply to acute care, emergency room and outpatient surgery at this time.

Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the county,
NO patient visitors will be allowed at this time
Patients under the age of 16 may have up to 1 parent or guardian per day
Exceptions will be made for end of life patients and extenuating circumstances will always be considered. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Outpatient Registration Hours:
Monday thru Friday 7am-7pm
Saturday 7am-2pm
No outpatient registration is available on Sunday
We are now re-routing
to the

SMDH Family Medicine Clinic Temporary Hours:
Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
To schedule an appointment, please call 573-729-8000.

Medical Records and Business Office:
For requests for medical records, please call:
(573)729-5917 extension:7230
For billing questions or concerns, please call:
(573)729-5917 extension:7004 or 7210

Only individuals that need EMERGENCY MEDICAL ATTENTION should enter the EMERGENCY/ER ENTRANCE. All other hospital business please enter through the north entrance.

"Every Patient, Every Encounter, Every Time"

Smoking Cessation Program

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