January 24, 2023
St. Peter’s top priority during every stage of the COVID-19 pandemic will always be to safely care for our community. Whether you're coming for a clinic visit or need information about vaccines, we want you to know that our caregivers are available 24/7/365 to deliver exceptional medical care to our community.
Important information and resources
- St. Peter's has PCR testing available in clinics for established patients of St. Peter’s Family Medicine/Primary Care providers. Either Urgent Care location offers testing for the community via a walk-in visit. Testing details, including other community testing site information, can be found here.
- The COVID-19 vaccine is available at St. Peter's to patients six months and older who are established with a St. Peter’s Family Medicine/Primary Care provider. Full vaccine availability information can be found here.
- Masking and visitor restrictions remain in place at all our facilities. Full details on masking, visitor restrictions and other safety measures can be found here. Please note:
- Patients over the age of 2 and all visitors must wear a mask at all times within our facilities.
- Patients and anyone seeking care who is experiencing COVID-19 or other flu-like symptoms should alert registration staff before entering
- See our Visitation Guidelines page for visitation hours and guidelines
- Children under the age of 12 are not allowed to visit (exceptions may apply for end of life care and on the Labor and Delivery unit)
- Visitors are not allowed if they are experiencing COVID-19 or other flu-like symptoms.
- Visitors are not allowed for COVID-19 patients. Exceptions include end-of-life care, hospitalized children and unique circumstances determined by the care team