Friday, January 7, 2022 Masking Still Required at San Juan Regional Medical Center for Your Safety

San Juan Regional Medical Center wants to remind our patients, visitors and the public that masks are required at all our facilities. This includes the main hospital, Medical Office Building on S. Schwartz, our various San Juan Health Partners clinics and the Outpatient Diagnostic Center on 30th Street.

This is an important and critical COVID-safe practice that is strictly enforced to protect our vulnerable patient populations and each other from this devastating disease, especially as the highly infectious Omicron variant is spreading rapidly across the country.

 Safety is our number one priority. As such, San Juan Regional Medical Center and our San Juan Health Partners clinics continue to follow all CDC recommended COVID-safe practices, including:

  • Mandatory masks for everyone who enters our facilities
  • The use of PPE for our caregivers  
  • Social distancing  
  • Practicing proper hand hygiene by all 

 We also highly encourage everyone eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine, and if they have already been vaccinated, get a booster. You can find and schedule vaccine appointments at

To learn more about what you can expect if you’re coming to visit a patient at the hospital, click here:

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