COVID-19 INFORMATION

CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE: 435-719-3998

COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccine distribution in Grand County is being organized by Southeast Utah Health Department (SEUHD). Stay up to date on vaccine information and updates by signing up for email/text alerts at seuhealth.com/covid-vaccine.

Vaccination Timeline

Video from Moab Regional Hospital: How the Vaccine Works in the Body

Article from The Daily Sentinel: Why a Grand Junction Surgeon is Choosing to get the COVID-19 Vaccine

8 Things to Know about the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Ensuring the Safety of Vaccines

Benefits of Getting at COVID-19 Vaccine

Testing

Have ANY symptom? Get tested! Help keep our community safe!

If you have fever, cough, shortness of breath, chest pressure, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, chills, loss of taste or smell, gastrointestinal distress (vomiting or diarrhea), sneezing/runny nose, or allergy symptoms, please call our Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998 to schedule a test.

 

Do you have a friend or family member who tested positive for COVID-19?

If you are a close contact (anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more), and you do NOT have any symptoms, please call the Southeast Utah Health Department (SEUHD) for contact tracing and testing at 435-355-0323.

If you have ANY symptoms, please call the Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998 to schedule a test at Moab Regional Hospital.

SEUHD Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8am – 12pm and 1pm – 5pm. If you are calling after hours or on the weekend, please leave a message and your call will be returned the next business day.

 

Other Options for Testing

Urgent Care for Asymptomatic Patients – Drop-In Only.

If you do NOT have any symptoms, you can go to Urgent Care (drop-in only) at Mob Regional Hospital for an asymptomatic test (commonly used for Travel or Work) or ask your provider to order one for you. Cost is $125 cash pay (insurance will not cover asymptomatic testing).

Urgent Care Hours: Monday – Saturday, 1pm – 8pm; Sunday 11am – 5pm.

 

Urgent Care for Symptomatic Patients – Appointment Required!

If you are experiencing ANY respiratory symptoms, DO NOT GO TO URGENT CARE OR ATTEMPT TO ENTER OUR BUIDLING, please call our Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998 to schedule a test.

If you have fever, cough, shortness of breath, chest pressure, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, chills, loss of taste or smell, gastrointestinal distress (vomiting or diarrhea), sneezing/runny nose, or allergy symptoms, you will be scheduled to be seen by a provider in our drive-thru respiratory evaluation area, on the west side of the hospital.

Drive-Thru Respiratory Evaluation Hours: Monday – Saturday, 1pm – 8pm; Sunday 11am – 5pm.

 

Medical Procedure

Do you have a medical procedure scheduled that required a COVID test? Call our Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998 to schedule a test. You will need an order from your provider.

 

Online

Letsgetchecked.com offers FDA-approved at-home test kits for $119. Test results typically take 1-3 days to process.

 

utah.gov

For more testing options, call the Utah Coronavirus Hotline at 800-456-7707 or go to coronavirus.utah.gov/testing-locations

 

Asymptomatic Testing Program for Employers

For more information about the Asymptomatic Testing Program offered by Moab Regional Hospital to many employers in our community, call 435-259-1113 or email dougc@mrhmoab.org. This program is offered as a service to our community. There is no cost to participate.

Temporary Visitor Restrictions

UPDATED 06/17/20: One visitor between the ages of 18 and 60 will be allowed to accompany each patient admitted to the hospital. Visitors will be screened for symptoms and have their temperature taken upon arrival. Visitors will be expected to wear a face covering at all times and perform hand hygiene each time entering and exiting the patient's room. If you have questions, please call our Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998.

Masks

Masks are required to enter the hospital. When arriving at the hospital for any reason, please wear a mask or face covering. Masks should also be worn in public when social distancing measures are difficult, i.e. the grocery store.

Mental Health Resources

Southeast Utah Department of Health
State of Utah Information
Johns Hopkins
National Information
World Health Organization