COVID-19 Information

The health and safety of our patients, staff and community are our top priority. Covid Virus

COVID Testing

All COVID testing is being done at the Magruder Community Clinic 730 Jefferson Street, Port Clinton. Testing must be scheduled by calling 419-301-4304. No walk-ins accepted.

We offer COVID testing for pre-operative (regardless of where surgery is being done) with a provider order as well as symptomatic and exposure testing with a provider order. Providers can fax orders to 419-732-2864.

Magruder also offers Self-Pay COVID testing for travel, return to school, and events that require COVID test results. Patients can pay via credit card when scheduling and results are available within 72 hours. The PCR COVID test costs $165.

Patients are encouraged to view their results in the Patient Portal. The Magruder patient portal offers personalized and secure online access to Magruder medical records. It is an online tool that enables our patients to help manage and receive information about their health. Users can:
• View health history and doctor visit summaries.
• View lab test results.
• Communicate with their provider office.
• Request and schedule appointments.

Patient Portal Login

For more information, or to enroll in the Magruder patient portal, visit the Magruder Patient Portal Page.


COVID Vaccine & Booster

Magruder Hospital is offering the Moderna COVID booster vaccine, both the 1st and 2nd dose, at the retail Pharmacy. First and second dose Moderna vaccines and booster vaccines are now available by appointment. Schedule your vaccine and booster appointments using the button below.

Schedule COVID-19 Vaccines & Boosters


Screening

Entrance to Magruder Hospital will remain restricted to the following areas:

  • Emergency Room
  • Outpatient
  • Surgery

Screening of visitors will continue using a shortened process.


Masking

Regardless of vaccination status, visitors should wear a face mask for source control (in the event that a visitor cannot wear a mask for physical reasons, a face shield may be worn).

Visitors will wear their masks when in the presence of Health Care Providers.


Social Distancing

Regardless of vaccination status, visitors should physically distance (maintaining at least 6 feet between people) except in the following instances:


Patient and Visitor are fully vaccinated

While alone in the patient/resident’s room or the designated visitation room, patients/residents and their visitor(s) can choose to have close contact (including touch) and to not wear source control.


If either the Patient or Visitor is not fully vaccinated

While in the patient’s room, they can choose to have close contact (including touch) with their unvaccinated visitor(s) while both continue to wear well-fitting source control

Retrieved from: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/infection-control-recommendations.html
Retrieved from: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/infection-control-after-vaccination.html#anchor_1619116637758
Retrieved from: https://www.cms.gov/files/document/qso-21-08-nltc.pdf

*Fully vaccinated refers to a person who is: ≥2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose series, or ≥2 weeks following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine; there is currently no post-vaccination time limit on fully vaccinated status