COVID-19: Information for Our Community
In the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have created this page to keep the community up to date on the latest developments.
MCH, along with other hospitals across New Hampshire, are working in conjunction with state and federal officials to anticipate, plan, and minimize the impact of COVID-19. As always, our primary focus is the safety and well-being of our patients, employees, and the members of the community.
MCH is ready and prepared to care for the communities we serve during this COVID-19 pandemic. We activated our Incident Command protocols on February 26th and are meeting daily to determine how to best utilize our available resources. In addition, our infection prevention experts are in close contact with our state and regional partners, enabling them to share the latest information with patients, staff, and visitors.
Patient and Visitor Information
Monadnock Community Hospital is committed to providing the care you need—and we are taking all then necessary steps to keep you safe. Learn More >
These are certainly challenging times. Despite the adversity we’re facing, we’re inspired by the strength, compassion, and determination of our employees and the community.
As we pull together to fight this pandemic, please consider making a contribution to the MCH COVID-19 Fund. Your gift will be used to purchase personal protective equipment and supplies as well as support services for our employees who are working tirelessly to keep the community healthy.
Stay strong. And thank you for supporting Your Hospital.
According to the CDC, the following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure:
If you are experiencing symptoms:
If you have a fever or symptoms of lower respiratory illness (e.g., cough, shortness of breath), please call your primary care clinician who will triage your needs over the phone and you will be given instructions for next steps regarding your care.
COVID-19 Volunteer Corps
As part of our proactive COVID-19 surge planning at Monadnock Community Hospital, we are creating a database of community volunteers who are willing to step up to help support our staff and patients if needed. If you would like to help, please complete our Volunteer form. And please share with your friends and neighbors! We don’t know how many volunteers we will need, and when, but this survey will help us to build a network of people we can tap into as needed. Our plan is to contact those who seem best suited to each assignment as needs arise, so please be patient. In order to allow the hospital staff to focus on patients, please do not call MCH in regard to volunteer assignments. Initial contact will most likely be through email.
We appreciate your support! If you have trouble with the link, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sharon Smith at 603-924-6146. If you have questions about volunteering for MCH, please call Toni Gildone, MCH Volunteer Coordinator, at 603-924-4699 ext. 4190.
Donating Fabric Masks
Interested in sewing fabric masks to help protect our healthcare heroes in the fight against COVID-19? Learn more >