Boone Memorial Hospital will continue offering its drive-through COVID-19 clinic on State Street in Madison, beside its Walk-in Clinic (Rural Health Clinic). However, beginning the week of August 31st, the clinic will go from five days a week to three; Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Testing will continue from 9am until 1pm. Pre-registration will still be available for same day testing. To register call 304-369-8813 between the hours of 8am and 12pm, Monday through Friday. Pre-registration is not required.
Boone Memorial Hospital in Madison, West Virginia received a 5-star rating, the highest achievement level possible, from CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) for patient experience.
"We are extremely proud to earn this prestigious honor," said Virgil Underwood, Boone Memorial Hospital CEO. "The 5-star rating reflects the hard work and commitment of our caregivers who have dedicated their lives to helping others."
Boone Memorial Hospital has temporarily relocated its Walk-in Clinic (Rural Health Clinic) to 173 State Street (across from the Madison Animal Clinic). The move was done in an effort to continue protecting patients from exposure to the coronavirus.
The Walk-in Clinic kept its current hours and days of operation; 8am-6pm, 7 days a week. The BMH COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing site has moved from Danville to the lot beside of the BMH Walk-in Clinic on State Street in Madison.
Located in Madison West Virginia, Boone Memorial Hospital (BMH) is a 25-bed critical access hospital employing approximately 360 people. The facility has grown exponentially since it first opened its doors in 1964 with just 38 employees and 5 physicians. The current upgraded critical access facility opened its doors in 2016 with the latest in radiology and laboratory equipment, an onsite pharmacy as well as additional surgery suites, emergency treatment rooms, and triage rooms. Patients have access to specialty providers and services including cardiology, dermatology, psychiatry, pulmonary rehabilitation, the black lung center and a substance and mental health treatment program.
Employees from Boone Memorial Hospital joined various community groups, non-profit agencies, churches and community volunteers at the Danville Post Office on July 10th to pack boxes in conjunction with the Backpack Buddy Program.
The program will help feed over 600 children this summer. This was the second of three packing days to prepare the boxes. The final packing day of the summer will be held on Friday, August 7th beginning at 9am.