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Beloit Health System (BHS) continues to provide care for our community members through the COVID-19 pandemic. As the State of Wisconsin and BHS expand the vaccination process, please continue to wear a mask, social distance, wash hands frequently and avoid group gatherings to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Thank you.

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Vaccine Clinic HAS MOVED

Located at 1905 Huebbe Parkway.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine is now available through appointment only.
  • Schedule an appointment through 608.364.5663
  • The Moderna vaccine is also available at the Clinton Clinic, West Side Clinic and through your Wisconsin based primary provider.
  • Please bring your COVID vaccination card to your appointment or when you walk-in.
  • Questions, please call the COVID-19 Vaccine Line: 608.364.5663 or your primary care provider.

Third Additional Dose

  • Third additional doses are now available to those that are immunocompromised
    • Third additional doses are given by CDC guidelines after your second shot.
  • View CDC Website

Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines - APPOINTMENT ONLY

Starting Friday, July 15, Moderna vaccines will be available for ages 6 months - 5 years old. Pfizer pediatric vaccines are available for ages 5 - 11. Moderna Vaccines for ages 6-11 are coming soon. Pediatric vaccines are open to the community and offered (per CDC guidelines). Children can receive the vaccine during their regular scheduled appointment or by making an appointment through the Vaccine Clinic.

Moderna Vaccine Appointments for ages 12 + are available during regular scheduled office appointments or appointments scheduled during our vaccine clinic hours on Thursdays 9-4 p.m & Fridays 9a.m.-12p.m.

Pfizer Vaccines for Pediatrics (Ages 5-11) and Adults can be scheduled Friday afternoons, 12-4p.m. (note: Pfizer vaccines are NOT available during regular scheduled office visits)

To schedule call an appointment, please call 608.364.5663.

Pfizer boosters for ages 5-11 are available You are eligible to receive a booster 5 months or after the initial 2 shot series is completed. (There is no booster available for ages 6 months - 5 years).

Located at 1905 Huebbe Parkway.
  • Appointments are required.
  • Administered at no cost to the patient.
  • Schedule appointments by calling 608.364.5663

COVID-19 BOOSTERS NOW AVAILABLE - APPOINTMENT ONLY

Located at 1905 Huebbe Parkway.
  • Appointments are required.
  • Pfizer boosters are available for ages 12 and older.
  • Moderna and Pfizer boosters can be given at five months.
  • Please bring your vaccination card with you.
  • Administered at no cost to the patient.
  • Schedule appointments by calling 608.364.5663

COVID-19 Testing

BHS COVID-19 Testing Update

Due to the challenges related to COVID-19 BHS has made the following changes-

  • If you are experiencing non-emergency COVID-19 concerns, Beloit Health System is offering COVID-19 testing by appointment only Monday-Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm. Please contact your primary physician for an order and to schedule an appointment for testing.
Who should be tested
  • Anyone who has been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • If you have had an exposure with a positive COVID-19 case and are symptomatic.
  • If you have had an exposure with a positive COVID-19 case and are asymptomatic the CDC recommends you wait at least for 5 days before getting tested.
Who should quarantine
  • If you were exposed to COVID-19 and are NOT up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations: quarantine for at least 5 full days. Even if you do not develop symptoms, get tested at least 5 days after you last had close contact with someone with COVID-19. Monitor for symptoms for 5 additional days and wear a mask. If you develop symptoms, quarantine, and get tested.
  • If you were exposed to COVID-19 and ARE up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations: you do not need to quarantine unless you develop symptoms. Even if you do not have symptoms get tested at least 5 days after you last had close contact with someone with COVID-19. Monitor for symptoms for 5 additional days and wear a mask. If you develop symptoms, quarantine, and get tested.
Who does not need to be tested
  • If you have tested positive for Covid-19 within the past 3 months and recovered (without new symptom development).
  • The above guidelines are based on the current CDC Guidelines. The COVID-19 Hotline is still available at 1.800.303.5770 with a detailed informational recording. If you have questions, please contact your primary physician.
  • If you do not have a primary physician or are asymptomatic, patients are encouraged to visit a local testing site to be tested.

Download List of local testing centers in our area


Visitor Policy

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, BHS continues to update our visitor policies to reduce the risk to our patients and staff.

All visitors must be screened at the front entrance and pass a health screening process in order to enter the facility.

Two Support People are permitted.
Visiting Hours are 11 am – 8 pm
  • Non-COVID Inpatient Hospitalization: Two support people
  • Emergency Department/Immediate Care Visit: Two support people
  • Ambulatory surgery patients: Two support people
  • Outpatient Procedures: Two support people
  • CICU hospitalization: Two support people permitted per CICU policy
  • Pediatric patients: Two support people
  • Pregnant women in labor or newly delivered: Two support people
  • Critical Care/End-of-Life situations: will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the Nursing Supervisor/Unit Director/Physician
  • Flowers are permitted (excluding ICU)
  • Personal items for patients are permitted
  • West Hart Café and VIP Café are currently open

Thank you for your understanding.

Precautions

We are taking additional precautions to keep you safe when you return for your appointment.

  • We have increased and enhanced cleaning procedures across our campus, especially in high traffic and high touch areas, like elevators and reception desks.
  • We ask that you wear a mask for the duration of your visit. If you do not have one, we will gladly provide you with one.
  • We have spaced our waiting room chairs to help maintain distancing.
  • We ask that you also strive to keep a distance of 6ft from others through the duration of your visit.
  • We ask that you regularly sanitize your hands while visiting. Especially after touching any personal items, buttons, desks, or handles.

Helpful Resources

We are working with partners on the local and state level to follow guidelines from the CDC.
View Rock County Health Department Website
View Wisconsin Health Department Website
View CDC Website

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