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Coronavirus Announcements for Employees

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July 9, 2020

Reminder: Complete Your Self-Screening
Employees are reminded to complete their self-screening prior to each shift. The electronic form is available in the links on the homepage of EvanNet for you to access when you arrive for your shift or in the Employee Portal on the Hospital website for you to access from anywhere.

If your area of work doesn’t have access to a thermometer, you should either take your temperature at home prior to your shift or utilize the thermometer available in the Rooke Pavilion.  

The form can be completed up to two hours prior to your shift.

Update on Visitation Restrictions
At the request of a patient, pastors will be permitted to visit with a patient beginning Monday, July 13. The pastor will not take the place of the patient’s two designated visitors. However, when the pastor visits with the patient at least one of the patient’s two designated visitors must exit the facility. Pastors will be limited to visiting the requesting patient and are not permitted to round on other patients.

Children under the age of 18 are not permitted as visitors at this time.

Nursing Home admission liaisons have been and will continue to be permitted to visit patients to help facilitate moving patients, who are medically ready to leave the Hospital, into those facilities. At least one of the patient’s two designated visitors must exit the Hospital when the admission liaison is with the patient.    

Pain Medicine Offices Open
The Pain Medicine of Evangelical offices in West Branch Medical Center and Williamsport reopened to patients on Wednesday, July 8.

Reminder: Use Rooke Pavilion
Employees based at the Hospital are reminded to use the Rooke Pavilion entrance when arriving for your shift. After completing the self-screening, you may use other entry points to re-enter or exit the facility as needed.

Kendra Aucker,
President and CEO  

July 6, 2020

Employee Self-Screening
Beginning Tuesday, July 7, 2020, employees can complete self-screening electronically. The link to the online form will be shared here, on EvanNet, and on the Employee Portal (

The form can be completed before reporting to work (no more than 2 hours prior to shift start) as long as you have the ability to check your temperature at home. If you complete the form at home and you work in Plaza 15 or another location on campus, you do not need to report to Rooke Pavilion prior to the start of your shift. All employees based at the Hospital should continue to report for work through the Rooke Pavilion.

You can also complete the form when you arrive for your shift. You can take your temperature at the self-service station in Rooke Pavilion or in your work unit, if a thermometer is available. 
Employees at West Branch Medical Center, 210 JPM Road, and outlying clinics should continue following established procedures at those locations.

Employee Travel
Gov. Tom Wolf is recommending a 14-day quarantine for anyone who travels to the following states:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah.

Any employee who travels to any of these states will be permitted to return to work, if you are asymptomatic. You will be required to self-monitor for 14 days, taking your temperature twice daily and reporting any symptoms to the Employee Health Nurse.

Testing Results
Following today, testing results will be communicated daily on EvanNet.
(As of 11 am)
Total tested – 3,360
Positive results – 282
Awaiting Results – 360
Deaths – 4

Kendra Aucker,
President and CEO  

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The following links provide access to web-based services and information for employees.






Insights with Kendra—United Community

Insights with Kendra—Social Distancing

Insights with Kendra—The Importance of Community

Insights with Kendra—Getting the Facts and Finding Help

Mental Health and COVID-19

Recovered COVID-19 Patient Celebration