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Don't Delay Care


Seeking care today may prevent hospitalization tomorrow.

We know these are uncertain times for our patients. You need to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, but delaying health visits could result in serious complications. 

  • Continue visits with your doctor.
  • Utilize urgent care when needed.
  • Seek emergency care for serious conditions.

Maury Regional Health provides a safe environment for care. Let us be your partner in keeping you healthy and safe.

Our Commitment to Safety

As you seek care in a Maury Regional Health facility, you can rest assured that we have implemented the following safety precautions:

  • Point-of-entry screenings for patients and visitors
  • Universal masking of patients, visitors and staff at all facilities
  • Modified hospital visitation policy
  • Social distancing protocols
  • Frequent and rigorous disinfection of all touched surfaces
  • Hand sanitizer stations readily available
  • Symptomatic patients treated in separate areas
  • Convenient telehealth visits available for Maury Regional Medical Group patients (learn more about this service here)

Please note that per our updated hospital visitation guidelines, which went into effect June 1, patients and approved visitors are expected to arrive masked and wear their mask at all times while in the hospital. Visitors must be age 16 or older, will be screened upon arrival and must be free of any respiratory symptoms or fever. Learn more about our updated visitation guidelines here.

Health financial services

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on all of us. Unfortunately, it has also affected people's employment and health insurance coverage. Maury Regional Health is here to help. We have financial counselors who can work with you to:

To learn more, give us a call at 931.490.7251.

Maury Regional Health Financial Services
MondayFriday (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
931.490.7251

Additional Resources

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we know our patients and communities are concerned about how the virus is spreading and how we may respond. We are working closely with our federal, state and local partners to stay informed with the most current information, to update our plans and to educate the community. Please continue to use this section of our website as our resource with information about: