Our top priority is keeping our patients, visitors and staff safe.
The rise of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a global, national and local concern. We want to assure our patients and the community that Western Missouri Medical Center is working closely with local, state and federal health officials to prepare. For the most up to date information on how the county is taking precautionary measures to prepare for the potential spread of the disease, check out this website or Facebook page
The WMMC Foundation has set up a COVID-19 Response Fund to assist WMMC in the areas of most critical needs. To learn more about this fund or to make a donation of personal protective equipment (PPE), visit WMMC.com/Together
COVID-19 Testing and Antibody Testing FAQs
WMMC’s Testing and Evaluation Site process has changed to provide better access to our patients. COVID-19 testing and antibody testing will now be available at all WMMC family medicine clinics. Patients recieving COVID-19 testing will be tested from the comfort of their car.
To schedule an appointment for COVID-19 testing or COVID-19 antibody testing, please call your primary care provider. For a complete list of our family medicine clinics, please visit WMMC.com/services.
Express Care will continue offering urgent care and COVID-19 testing during clinic hours: 8:00am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday, and 8:00 – 2:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.
Information regarding eligibility, testing, cost, and insurance coverage for COVID-19 testing and antibody testing, look at our COVID-19 Testing and COVID-19 Antibody Testing FAQs below.
Restrictions and Closures
–Warrensburg Express Care will be open from 8 am – 5 pm. Due to the Evaluation and Test Site being operated, the clinic will have limited hours. There will be a call center answering Warrensburg Express Care calls and diverting patients who are not COVID-19 suspicious.
–Patient Accounts is CLOSED to the public. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and are available to discuss your account over the phone. If you would like to pay your bill in full or to set up payment arrangements, please call 660-262-7350. You may also submit questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, visit our Newsroom.
Prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including the flu and COVID-19.
Remember the everyday basics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
–Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use alcohol-based sanitizer
–Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
–Avoid close contact with sick people
–Clean and disinfect regularly
–Stay home when you are sick
Things to consider if planning a visit to the hospital
To prevent the spread of seasonal flu, intestinal viral illnesses and other infectious diseases in our communities, please follow these guidelines:
–Do not visit the hospital if you or members of your household are sick, especially from upper respiratory infection (coughing, sneezing, congestion) or gastrointestinal illness (vomiting, nausea, diarrhea).
–Note that intensive care, maternity units and other areas of the hospital have specific visiting guidelines.
–Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after visiting patients.
–Please ask for a mask while visiting our Emergency Department.
Thank you for helping us keep our patients, visitors and communities healthy.
What else can you do to prevent the spread of germs?
- WMMC asks that the public limit their non-medical care visits to our medical center for the safety of our patients, staff and themselves. Additionally, patients and visitors will be asked questions related to COVID-19 symptoms and may be given a mask or not permitted to enter as appropriate.
- Are you apart of the project #TeamUp2CleanUp? This project challenges all businesses and community members to clean all high-touch areas for two minutes, two times a day. Learn more about the project here.
- Listen to what Darinda Dick, CEO, has to say on what WMMC is doing proactively against the COVID-19. If you are not ill, please avoid coming to the hospital unless you are seeking treatment from a provider.
Have you recovered from COVID-19 and are interested in donating plasma? Learn more at SaveALifeNow.org.