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COVID-19 response updates

Gritman Medical Center is working quickly to respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 public health emergency. As part of this process, we are making several changes to protect the health and safety of our patients, staff, doctors, nurses and the community.

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COVID-19 vaccines now fully open in Health District #2

Following an announcement from Public Health District #2, COVID-19 vaccinations are now open for anyone 16 years of age or older who lives or works in Idaho. Public Health—Idaho North Central District #2 includes Latah, Nez Perce, Clearwater, Lewis and ...
MHS seniors make generous gift toward COVID-19 relief

MHS seniors make generous gift toward COVID-19 relief

'These kids are pretty cool cats. It is just neat how they think about others ...
COVID-19 doesn’t care how old you are

COVID-19 doesn’t care how old you are

Dr. Christensen discusses how younger adults are not immune to the virus As society reopens ...
Exceptional – and safe – emergency care before, during and after COVID

Exceptional – and safe – emergency care before, during and after COVID

Listen to your body – don’t ignore your symptoms or delay care As society begins ...
Dr. Bonnett: Ready to serve and care for patients

Dr. Bonnett: Ready to serve and care for patients

Dr. Jessica Bonnett has been serving patients at Gritman | Moscow Family Medicine’s Westside Clinic ...
Staying safe as we reopen

Staying safe as we reopen

Wearing a facemask is still critically important As stay-home orders are being gradually eased and ...
Staying safe as society reopens

Staying safe as society reopens

Social distancing, hand washing, masks remain critically important to limit the spread of COVID-19 The ...