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To help protect patients, employees, and the community from the flu, Salem Health asks hospital visitors to follow these guidelines:

• No visitors under the age of 12.

• Do not visit if you are sick or have been in contact with someone who is sick. You can spread the flu virus before symptoms appear.

Salem Health provides tissues, masks, and hand hygiene supplies (like alcohol-based hand foam) at respiratory stations across its locations for visitor safety.

Click on the photo to learn more about visitor restrictions and guidelines for the 2020 flu season.

Salem Health has been, and still is, coordinating closely with local county health departments (Marion and Polk) to prepare for and manage any suspected cases of COVID-19 (commonly known as coronavirus).

Community members feeling sick should contact their provider as they normally would.

Learn more about coronavirus response in Salem.

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Nurses at Salem Health enjoy special benefits, including charge nurse and preceptor differential, an RN certification bonus, tuition reimbursement and special internal recognition programs.

Learn more about nursing careers at Salem Health.

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