COVID-19 General Information

COVID-19 is unprecedented in modern day healthcare. Grand View Health cares for patients with compassion while following strict protocols to protect our community and workforce.

Grand View Health is dedicated to keeping you informed about the impact of COVID-19 on our community and the work we are doing to protect patients, visitors and the dedicated members of our workforce.

Mask Guidelines

Everyone entering Grand View Hospital or a Grand View Health facility must be fully masked (nose and mouth) at all times with an appropriate, non-fabric, surgical mask. See our visitor policy for complete guidelines.

Visitors wearing N95 masks with vents, gators, fabric masks or shields (without an accompanying approved mask) are not permitted. Anyone visiting with these masks will be provided with an approved mask to be worn at all times during their visit to any of our physician practices or facilities.

In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations, all patients must wear a surgical mask at all times except when they are alone in their room. This includes:

  • On entrance to the hospital
  • When being transported
  • When a health care worker or other visitor enters their room

Grand View Health Telemedicine Visits Available

Not feeling well enough to travel to your physician? Telemedicine may be the answer. Through the Meditech MHealth app, you can connect with your physician from almost anywhere, though we do recommend a place that is private and quiet. Learn more about availability and how to sign up at gvh.org/telemedicine.

Testing for COVID-19 

For the safety of patients and staff, all testing is by appointment only at Kulpsville and Quakertown.

  • If you are experiencing symptoms, or need to schedule an appointment with a provider, call us. Our medically trained staff is also able to expedite COVID-19 screening and testing and direct you to the appropriate facility.