Tri-City Medical Center is doing everything in our power to protect our patients, staff and the community alike. Tri-City follows CDC guidelines for screening patients and visitors as they come into the facility for care and works with the County of San Diego’s Public Health Department for suspected cases.
Anyone exhibiting symptoms is encouraged to follow CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus. You can learn more by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the California Department of Public Health website.
If you are experiencing non-emergent symptoms, please follow the CDC’s guidelines including self-isolation.
Anyone experiencing emergency symptoms will not be turned away. If you believe that this is a true emergency, please call 911 or go to the closest emergency room.
In an abundance of caution for the health of our patients and staff members, anyone who exhibits symptoms of Novel Coronavirus will not be permitted to visit patients or staff at the medical center. For more restrictions please review Tri-City Medical Center’s Visiting Hours & Guidelines.
Visitation by children 14 and below is not permitted in the medical center.
For more information about the virus please reference the below resources:
Tri-City Medical Center is committed to doing everything we can to fight against Coronavirus/COVID-19 in our community. To ensure we have all available resources, we are asking for your help.