COVID-19

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath, Sore throat, Runny nose, Headache…  Please isolate yourself and call your local clinic. If you have severe symptoms, call 911 for ambulance transport OR call ahead to the UHH Emergency Department at 930.8000 to alert staff that you are coming. 

Need to be tested?

Click this link: 
Upland Hills Health Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Information


**Look here for the latest information about COVID-19 vaccine availability. 

COVID-19 Vaccine Announcement

January 14, 2021

We continue to work with the Iowa County Health Department to use the COVID -19 vaccines on hand to vaccinate those who fall into group 1A, and we anxiously await word from the State of Wisconsin that allows us to order vaccines for group 1B.

Once that green light is given by the state, we have plans in place to quickly coordinate with Iowa County Health to begin vaccinating group 1B. Unfortunately, we are restricted to the timeline and defined groups that the Wisconsin Department of Health Services sets forth. A violation of that plan could mean a penalty of not being allowed to order more vaccines. We aren’t willing to take that risk and delay vaccinations for our community.

Please watch this page, the Iowa County Health Department, and the local media for word on when Phase 1B will begin. We plan to push out word in every way possible, with instructions for you on who to call and where to go for your immunizations!


December 14, 2020, Updated December 30, 2020

The first vaccine shipment has started to be given to healthcare workers who have frequent face-to-face contact with a variety of patients. Next, the Iowa County Health department will work with local nursing homes to coordinate vaccinations for their residents and additional healthcare workers.

When our vaccine supply allows, we will announce how and where to get vaccinated. Patients with risk factors for severe illness will be offered the vaccine first.

We appreciate your ongoing efforts at masking, handwashing and physical distancing while we await the full distribution of the vaccine. 

Until the vaccine is more widely available, these resources may be helpful in educating yourself about the vaccine.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: ABOUT THE COVID-19 VACCINES

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: GETTING VACCINATED

GO WHERE THE DOCTORS GO TO STAY IN THE KNOW–DOCTOR RESOURCES

WHAT UHH DOCTORS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE VACCINE

 


We are doing our part to keep you safe and healthy.

Processes at our entrances may change from week to week as COVID-19 cases rise and fall in our area. 

  • Please come to your appointment early. Allow time for new processes taking place before your appointment. 
  • Please bring a face cover from home. If you do not have one, we will provide you with one. 

Visiting a patient?

  • Patients in our hospital are allowed one visitor per day.
  • Please check in at the main entrance.
  • Please do not visit a patient if you are feeling sick or have been exposed to someone who is COVID-19 positive.

*Healthcare decision makers, support persons and visitors of end-of-life patients must follow all standard visitor guidelines. Anyone currently experiencing or who has recently experienced any acute respiratory symptoms; cough or shortness of breath, will not be allowed to visit or accompany a patient.

Clinic appointment?

  • If you are ill or have been exposed to someone who is COVID-19 positive, we may care for you in an alternative area.
  • In all Upland Hills Health facilities, please wear a face cover, and keep yourself 6 feet from staff and other patients.
  • To avoid crowded waiting rooms, please attend your appointment alone when possible. If you need help, one support person may come with you.

We appreciate your cooperation which helps keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible.


How can I help?

Donating to the UHH COVID-19 Relief Fund  Please contact Julia at oellerichj@uplandhillshealth.org or 608.930.7169 or make a donation via our website.

Support local food pantries.  Find a list of local food pantries on the Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program website. http://swcap.org/covid19.html  

Donate your plasma if you’ve recovered from COVID-19. Visit www.bloodcenter.org, fill out the appropriate form and a patient services representatives will follow up with you.


Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades:  www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index-sp.html 

Are you in crisis or struggling? 
You are not alone.

Educate yourself with ACCURATE information.

Look to these reliable sources for information about the COVID-19 situation:

If you have questions or immediate needs related to COVID-19, you can: 
Si tiene preguntas o necesidades inmediatas relacionadas con COVID-19, puede:

  • Text (Texto) COVID19 to 211-211,
  • Visit 211Wisconsin.org, or
    Visita al 211Wisconsin.org, o
  • Call 211, Llame al 211

Does my insurance work with Upland Hills Health?

It’s one of the most common questions our patient financial services experts get.

Most people are surprised to learn that Upland Hills Health works with a wide range of health plan and PPOs. We are an independent, nonprofit healthcare organization, always pursuing additional insurance carriers that service our communities.

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Most frequently used insurance plans:

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