Press Release 1/7/2021: Martin County Health Department Launches Vaccine Clinics – Click Here for information.
The Indiana State Department of Health has a 24-hour toll-free number, 877-826-0011, that Hoosiers can contact if they have questions or suspect they have contracted COVID-19.
Illness Prevention Handout
Corona Virus Information – Click Here
ISDH – Novel Coronavirus – Click Here
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention – Click Here
IU Health Virtual Clinic – Free Coronavirus Screening – Click Here
Martin County Resource List – Food Pantries – Township Trustees Click Here
Martin County Alliance for Economic Growth – Click Here
For those individuals’ employment status that has been affected by the Coronavirus, Indiana Dept. of Workforce is encouraging them to apply for unemployment benefits via online (unemployment.in.gov/).
Due to COVID-19 concerns, Martin Circuit Court is continuing the following Traffic Court dates: May 12, 2020; July 14, 2020; September 8, 2020 and November 10, 2020. The next Traffic Court Hearing is set for February 9, 2021 at 5:00 PM. You may still pay your traffic court ticket by calling the Martin County Clerk’s office at 812-247-3651 or by paying online at https://public.courts.in.gov/
Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites – Click Here
Back on Track Suggested Guidelines for Professional Office Settings – Click Here
Back on Track General Guidelines For All Businesses – Click Here
Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center is pleased to announce that most of its clinics now offer telemedicine services. Telemedicine is a video visit with health care providers. This option allows patients to access their providers remotely while staying in the comfort of their home or provides more flexibility when at work to reduce time away. Telemedicine visits only require the use of a smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer with Internet access, a camera, and microphone. These consultations are private and secure.
“Utilizing telemedicine services is a great alternative for those who are unable or uncomfortable with coming in for an office visit,” Dr. Adam Dawkins, cardiologist at Memorial Hospital’s Heartland Cardiology, explained. “It is important for individuals to continue seeking health care services during this pandemic. We don’t want small issues to turn into bigger issues down the road.”
To find out if your provider offers telemedicine services, please contact the provider’s office. More information on telemedicine services is also available on Memorial Hospital’s website at www.mhhcc.org/our-services/telemedicine/