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March 18, 2020 — Idaho adopts latest federal guidance to prevent coronavirus spread.
Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little announced today that Idaho is adopting the latest guidance from the White House and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to slow the spread of coronavirus.
OUR GOAL IS TO CARE FOR YOU!
Like many we are happy to put 2020 behind us and look forward to what lies ahead this year. We are hopeful that 2021 will bring an improved set of circumstances including more health and safety as we strive to climb out of the COVID pandemic.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank many individuals and organizations that have shown our hospital and our staff some much needed love. We have had gifts, meals, and special donations towards doing something nice for our staff. These efforts have not gone un-noticed.
As we look forward we would like to ask the community to do something just as special to thank our caregivers. Please consider getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Since late December we have been administering COVID-19 vaccines starting with healthcare and front line workers. I have to admit that I have never been so excited to get a shot as I was with this vaccine.
I’m happy to report that our community is requesting the vaccine in much higher numbers than the supply available. It is heartwarming to know that like our organization many of our valued community members want to put this pandemic to an end. We see the Vaccine as our pathway out of this situation.
We are doing our part by organizing shot clinics weekly and we are administering every single dose we can get our hands on. I’m proud of our organization and once again I think they are all Heros. Please be patient with us as we hope for the vaccine supply to steadily increase to meet the current demand.
We feel it a special privilege to be your trusted healthcare provider and we continue to focus on the patient experience. May 2021 be a year full of hope, optimism, progress, and healing.
“The most amazing caring, sympathetic and compassionate people I’ve ever met. They check on you throughout the day. Just simply amazing people thank you.”Jennifer L.
“Went to emergency Thursday night with Vertigo. I am so thank for the care I received. Everyone who cared for me was so professional and considerate of my situation. I love my community. Dr Swenson and Staff Thank you for the important work you do!”
community health survey
Minidoka Memorial Hospital is conducting a community health needs assessment (CHNA) to identify local health needs and to further our mission of providing safe, friendly, professional, and high quality care.
The 2020 CHNA report informs Minidoka Memorial leadership, public health partners, and community stakeholders of the significant health needs in our community. This allows our hospital and local partners to develop strategies that leverage Minidoka Memorial and community resources to address those needs throughout the Mini-Cassia area.
Please help your community by completing this quick 5 minute community health survey.