As we have done throughout the pandemic, regarding COVID-19 safety and health protocols, Cancer Partners of Nebraska continues to follow the most recent recommendations from the CDC and the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.
Face coverings are optional at Cancer Partners of Nebraska. If patients prefer staff members to wear a face covering during their visits, this request can be made. This policy shall remain in effect until further guidance is provided from the CDC and the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.
If you are a patient and have questions about COVID and your treatment plan, please contact us at 402-420-7000 and ask to speak with a nurse.
If you have a scheduled appointment at Cancer Partners and are experiencing respiratory symptoms (fever, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose), call us at 402-420-7000 to have a nurse determine the urgency of your treatment and appointment.
If you develop a high fever, deep dry cough, fatigue and shortness of breath, stay home and call us at 402-420-7000 for guidance. If you feel ill enough to go to the emergency room, call ahead and let them know you have respiratory symptoms so they can provide guidelines and protect you when you arrive, please do not arrive at Cancer Partners or any emergency department with these symptoms. (A doctor’s recommendation is required for the COVID-19 test.)
If someone in your household is sick, keep your distance. Wipe down surfaces with bleach wipes and wash your hands. You can encourage them to speak to their PCP regarding these symptoms. We are also requesting that you not bring anyone with you to Cancer Partners that display any symptoms.
Finish Strong Nebraska is the state’s official COVID-19 vaccination campaign and supports the state’s efforts to end the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in order to return to normal.
You can also register for the COVID-19 vaccine from the Finish Strong page.
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