Coronavirus | COVID-19
If you have received your first vaccine with Prosser Memorial Health at the hospital or Housel Middle School, you will be called or emailed 5-7 days prior to your second dose due date.
If you received your first vaccine at the Benton Franklin Fairgrounds you will start receiving email invites to schedule your 2nd dose next week. You do not need to contact Prosser Memorial Health to request a 2nd dose appointment.
State allocations cut to hospital clinics are resulting in cancellations of vaccination clinic appointments. Learn More
Respiratory | COVID-19 Care Clinic
Open 7 Days a Week from 8:00am - 8:00pm
Patients with a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher and/or cough and cold symptoms, should call our Respiratory | COVID-19 Care Clinic at 509-788-6030 to schedule an appointment. We are asking patients to remain in their car for evaluation when they arrive at the clinic.
New Location: Prosser Clinic - 336 Chardonnay Ave., Suite A
People who currently have COVID-19 should wait to get vaccinated until they feel better and their isolation period is finished, if possible.
People who were recently exposed to COVID-19 should also wait to get the vaccine until after their quarantine period, if they can safely quarantine away from other people. If there is a high risk they could infect others, they may be vaccinated during their quarantine period to prevent spreading the disease.
There are NO VISITORS allowed in the Emergency Department or ACU at this time.
The following exceptions apply:
Family Birthplace: Mom can have her significant other with her as her support person and 1 person as the support person for the newborn. Once the baby is born the additional support person leaves our facility.
An elderly patient here for outpatient services who needs a caregiver to help assist them is allowed.
A parent of a minor is allowed.
A caregiver for a surgical patient is allowed.
A patient who has a designated surrogate to assist them in decision making is allowed.
End of life situations will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
We will have a clinical person staffed at the front doors to assist patients and restrict visitors during normal business hours.
Prosser Memorial Health would like to thank you for your partnership in helping us during this difficult time. Your willingness to help reduce unnecessary exposure to yourself and others allows us to focus on caring for our patients and support community containment efforts to reduce the spread of infectious disease.
The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call 1-800-525-0127 and press #.
For the most up-to-date information on Coronavirus, visit:
Hometown Health Newsletter:
5 Things Your Doctor Wants You To Know About COVID-19
The 5 things your doctor wants you to know about coronavirus. A public service message from Washington State Medical Association and the Washington State Hospital Association.
Mental & Physical Health Live Stream
April 16, 2020
Heather S. Morse, Psychiatric NP and Pam Morris, ARNP-C discuss staying healthy both mentally and physically during this time.