Work Status for Employees - Charles George VA Medical Center - Asheville, NC
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Charles George VA Medical Center - Asheville, NC

 

Work Status for Employees

Situation Update

As of Friday, December 20, 2019 3:30 PM EST

Director statement regarding reporting for duty:
Due to the high numbers of flu cases and for the safety of our patients, visitation is limited.
No children under the age of 12 may come into the hospital or clinics at this time.

No visitors with flu-like symptoms within the last 24 hours:

◦Fever                              
◦Cough
◦Body Aches
◦Sore Throat
◦Runny Nose
◦Nasal Congestion
◦Diarrhea, Nausea or Vomiting

Limit visitors to immediate family or caregivers who are not experiencing flu-like symptoms.
Exceptions granted for critical situations or clergy on case-by-case basis.◦Only one person may accompany patients to outpatient or clinic visits.•Patients or anyone experiencing these symptoms, must wear a mask while in the facility.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this flu season.

During a VA-declared emergency:

VA Employees should return to this page for updates. For more information about this emergency, go to our main Emergency Information page.

Due to the high numbers of flu cases and for the safety of our patients, visitation is limited.
No children under the age of 12 may come into the hospital or clinics at this time.

  • No visitors with flu-like symptoms within the last 24 hours:

    • Fever                               

    • Cough

    • Body Aches

    • Sore Throat

    • Runny Nose

    • Nasal Congestion

    • Diarrhea, Nausea or Vomiting

  • Limit visitors to immediate family or caregivers who are not experiencing flu-like symptoms. Exceptions granted for critical situations or clergy on case-by-case basis.

    • Only one person may accompany patients to outpatient or clinic visits.

  • Patients or anyone experiencing these symptoms, must wear a mask while in the facility.

  • Thank you for your patience and understanding during this flu season.