Visitor Guidelines

Rogers Behavioral Health coronavirus response

Rogers Behavioral Health coronavirus response

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As a leading provider of behavioral health services, Rogers has taken significant steps to continue serving patients with mental health and addiction challenges while doing everything we can to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Our top priority is keeping our patients and employees healthy and safe.

Our dedicated COVID-19 Command Center includes our senior leadership team and is led by our chief medical officer, chief clinical officer, and infection control leader. We have implemented comprehensive health and safety protocols and response plans for all Rogers locations.

We are:

  • At this time we're accepting patients on site to all levels of care, including inpatient, residential, and partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care
  • Screening patients upon admission and daily during treatment
  • Screening employees for symptoms on a daily basis
  • Using surgical masks for employees and patients, and eye protection for employees at all Rogers sites
  • Educating employees and patients on the importance of physical distancing whenever possible both indoors and outdoors
  • All visitors and vendors must be screened upon to entering the building at a screening kiosk.
  • Using updated cleaning protocols to disinfect all surfaces frequently with EPA approved products
  • Requiring the highest level of risk prevention with frequent hand washing
  • Supporting our employees with enhanced child care benefits so that they can care for patients even when schools are not in session
  • Giving employees detailed guidance on caring for patients, monitoring any symptoms they may develop, testing, and self-seclusion as warranted

Rogers will continue to monitor guidance from the CDC and state agencies and adapt our practices accordingly.
 

Pat Hammer,
President and CEO
 

Jerry Halverson, MD
Chief Medical Officer

 

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What to bring

We have a general list of items you or your loved one will need during the treatment stay. 

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Where to stay

Where to stay

Ask for the Rogers rate at these hotels while you visit your loved one. 

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Financing your care

Financing your care

If you're worried about how to cover the cost of care, we can help you financially plan or apply for assistance. 

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Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.