COVID19

Services and facility changes

Goshen Health leadership has been working closely with state and local agencies to determine the best steps forward to care for patients. After the Governor’s recent order indicating elective surgeries can reopen, the organization began to finalize plans to resume operations at a level that was safe and appropriate. Visitor restrictions remain in place.

Goshen Health resumes elective services

Effective May 6, 2020, Goshen Health will reopen elective services at Goshen Hospital and Goshen Surgery Center. This will include limited screenings, surgeries and healthcare services that had been paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is the list of locations and services being resumed:

Goshen Hospital
  • Outpatient surgical procedures
  • Lab tests, imaging and diagnostic testing – by appointment only
  • Noninvasive cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary services
Goshen Surgery Center
  • Outpatient surgical procedures
The following facilities are implementing a phased approach to resume routine in-office appointments:
  • Goshen Retreat Women's Health Center (primarily for mammograms)
  • Goshen Sleep Disorder Center

Patients who had been scheduled for procedures or care that had to be postponed are being called to reschedule their appointments. If a patient has questions regarding a postponed procedure or appointment, they should contact their provider. Across all facilities, patients are encouraged to schedule virtual visits whenever possible.

Goshen Home Medical reopens showroom

Effective, May 13, showroom is now open by appointment only, please call (574) 533-0626.
  • Customers are asked to call upon arrival, wear a face mask and to attend their appointments alone, except for those who need to bring a caregiver.
  • Curbside service is also available for those who wish to have items delivered to their vehicle. Goshen Home Medical also offers free home and mail delivery.
  • Store updates and sales specials are posted on Facebook at Facebook.com/GoshenHomeMedical.

Goshen Physicians reopens all offices

Effective May 20, Goshen Physicians will reopen all offices.

Patients who had appointments postponed are being called to reschedule.
  • Patients will be asked to wear a face mask, remain six feet apart and attend their appointments alone, except for those who need to bring a caregiver.
  • If a patient has questions regarding a postponed appointment, they should call their provider’s office first because a phone screening must be completed before entering any office.
Across all facilities, patients are still encouraged to schedule virtual visits whenever possible.

Closed until further notice:

  • Goshen Hospital Maple Corner Boutique and Gift Shoppe
  • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (includes cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation)

Reminder: call ahead before seeking any type of medical care at one of our primary care offices, urgent care location or hospital emergency room.