COVID-19 Updates

Travel List Updated November 4, 2020

Those who have traveled to the following locations need to quarantine for 14 days after arrival in Kansas. This applies to both Kansas residents and those visiting Kansas:

Travel to or from South Dakota on or after November 4.
Travel to or from the countries of Belgium and Czechia.

Travel List updated October 21, 2020

Travel & Exposure Related Isolation / Quarantine

Those who have traveled to the following locations need to quarantine for 14 days after arrival in Kansas. This applies to both Kansas residents and those visiting Kansas:

Traveled to or from North Dakota on or after October 21
Traveled to or from the country of Andorra on or after October 21
Attended/traveled to mass gathering events out-of-state of 500 people or greater where individuals do not socially distance (6 feet) and wear masks.
Been on a cruise ship or river cruise on or after March 15

COVID-19 UPDATE  to Visitors and Screening October 20, 2020

If you have signs or symptoms of a respiratory infection—DO NOT ENTER at this time. PUT ON A MASK AND CALL 620-914-1200—You will receive instructions on what to do next. 


We will be screening you at the entrance, we will:

· Take your temperature

· Ask you some questions

Everyone MUST wear a mask.

· Keep your mask on during your appointment.

· Cover your mouth/nose when coughing or sneezing.  Use and dispose of tissues.

· Perform hand hygiene after contact with any respiratory secretions.


· Clinic/Outpatient—1 visitor/patient—IF you need assistance to your appointment.


COVID-19 UPDATE                   Thursday September 17, 2020

Screening and Visitors:

Effective today our Hospital Inpatient and Emergency Room side we will allow 1 visitor/patient (must be 12 years or older) during the hours of 7am-7pm.

If you have signs or symptoms of a respiratory infection, please stay home.   We will continue to screen all visitors and and patients at the entrance by taking their temperature and asking specific questions.   Everyone MUST wear a  mask and keep it on during the appointment or visit. 

If you are a patient coming to the clinic or outpatient services, you will be screened and asked to wear a mask .  We also ask that no more than 1 visitor accompany you to your appointment.   If you have any questions please call 620-914-1200

July 15, 2020 Patterson Health Center update’s to Covid-19. 

(JULY 15, 2020) Due to the recent increase of Covid-19 cases in Harper and surrounding counties, effective today, Patterson Health Center will be adding some questions to our pre-screening process of patients scheduling and coming into our clinic. 
If you are calling in to schedule an appointment you may recognize we are asking new questions about symptoms you might be experiencing.  We will be increasing the availability of our curbside clinic services so please be transparent with your answers, our staff is only trying to triage and schedule you to the appropriate staff, and areas to continue to maintain a safe environment for everyone.
If you are a patient coming to the clinic, or any outpatient services, we are asking if you need to bring someone with you, please only bring one person.  Upon entering PHC you will be screened at the door with questions, your temperature will be taken, and asked to wear a mask.  IF POSSIBLE, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN MASK.
For the safety of our patients, visitors, and employees we will continue to not allow visitors in our Inpatient side or Emergency Department.  Please prepare your friends and family to remain outside.    
As Covid-19 status changes, PHC will continue to make changes accordingly.  Thank you all for understanding and working through these times together.

(Friday July 3rd, 2020) Patterson Health Center is committed to your health and safety. To protect our team members, patients, and visitors the following guidelines are in place:
     • Upon arrival to Patterson Health Center patient and caregiver’s temperature will be taken and a few questions about symptoms and travel will be asked.
     • All patients and caregivers will be required to wear a mask. If you have your own mask, please bring it with you. If not, a mask will be provided to you.
     • Social Distancing will be maintained in all waiting areas.

Our environmental services staff have and will continue to work hard to clean and sanitize all patient, waiting and public areas throughout the day. All staff members will be screened upon arrival and required to wear a mask in all patient care and public areas including waiting rooms.

Patterson Health Center is following guidelines and recommendations from KDHE, Harper County Health Department and the CDC. We are taking these precautions to ensure your and our safety.

CLINIC – 8am-5pm Monday – Friday Call 620-914-1200 to schedule your appointment.
Patient care is a priority. Please make your health care a priority too. PHC provides a clean, safe environment for you to receive care.

As a convenience we continue to offer:

TELEHEALTH- 8am-5pm Monday thru Friday. Call 620-914-1200 to schedule this visit in advance. This visit is just like a regular clinic visit, it may be done in your home or wherever you may be. Our providers can see patients from infants and children to young and older adults. You will need to use your computer, smartphone or iPad along with internet access or data plan to be able to connect with your provider.

CURBSIDE LAB VISITS - 8am-4pm Monday thru Friday. YOU WILL NEED TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THIS SERVICE. You will also need an order from your provider for the lab. (This may be faxed to us too) This service is for those who need ambulatory assistance or for those who may have a compromised immune system. This allows the patient to drive up, remain inside their personal vehicle, while we take our services to them. You may notice our staff wearing additional PPE, this is to protect the patient and PHC staff.

RADIOLOGY – X-ray, CT, 3D mammography, Ultrasound, Bone Density, MRI (Tuesday’s) - Traditional visit inside.

THERAPY - PT, OT, Speech, Aquatic, Cardiopulmonary and Behavior - Traditional visit inside.

HOSPITAL INPATIENT SWING BED - We are currently accepting patients who meet criteria for this service. **Update Friday, July 10  - Inpatient and Emergency Department at this time will not be allowing visitors in to see patients.   

OUTPATIENT SURGERY - Surgical Patients:
Patients will be tested for COVID-19 prior to their elective procedure.
Patients will be asked to continue self-quarantine at home prior to surgery.
Patients will be asked to self-check COVID-19 symptoms daily leading up to date of procedure.

Patient Entrances: Monday—Friday: 8am-5pm Front door (East side)
                                                   24/7 Emergency Department (North Side)

Patterson Health Center Café will remain closed for public dining.

Heritage Estates Assisted Living
No Visitors at this time.

Anthony Wellness Center and Harper Wellness Center
We are open! Patrons will have their temperature taken upon arrival along with a few questions about symptoms and travel will be asked. Masks will be required.  Social distancing will be practiced.

South Central DME
Please ring the doorbell outside the front door. Please call 620-842-3546 or fax 620-842-3549 orders and medical equipment needs.

We continue to encourage you to mail a check to 485 N KS HWY 2 Anthony, KS. 67003 OR call 620-914-1200 we are happy to take a payment over the phone with a credit or debit card. You can now pay your bill on-line. Go to You will need an access code located on your paper bill to complete the on-line transaction.

QUESTIONS? Call 620-914-1200

Additional Covid 19 Resources   -  KDHE Travel update