Information and Updates

Below you will find links to COVID related information at WHS.

We realize that this is an incredibly challenging time to navigate the ever-changing policy changes, government regulations and more. We hope you find this section helpful while seeking treatment at one of our facilities.

At WHS, our top priority is the health and safety of our patients and staff. Our WHS team members are here and ready to safely care for you. We want you to know that it is safe to seek treatment. WHS is following all CDC and PA Department of Health regulations.

Masks required in all WHS facilities.  See details below. 

How to know if you need to go to the Emergency Department.

In the age of COVID, deciding when to seek treatment and where to seek treatment can be a challenge. Some people may even find themselves afraid to go to a hospital, an outpatient center or a physician’s office, even when it’s necessary. Let us help you stay healthy and find the care that is right for you. LEARN MORE

Masking Guidelines

WHS requires all patients and visitors to wear a surgical-type mask, a N95, or a KN95 face mask while in any of our WHS medical facilities.

This follows the CDC guidance and is also designed to keep our patients and visitors safe. These masks provide the best layer of protection against the current variants of COVID-19. If you have an appointment at one of our facilities, or are planning to visit, please bring a mask with you or ask for one at the front desk upon arrival.

Thank you for complying with this policy.

Our top priority is the health and safety of our staff, patients and community.

Vaccine Information

Testing Information

Visitor Guidelines

Frequently Asked COVID Questions

Other Resources

Below you will find links to local resources.
CDC website:
Pa Department of Health:

211 COVID Resources

Food Banks
Washington County:
Greene County:

Washington County Human Services App
Information about services available in the county. The app is available on the App Store or via the County Website – where there is a link toward the bottom of the home page.

Washington County Resource Directory
Information about a variety of services available to County residents. Available on the county’s website Look for the Human Services Department, then Behavioral Health & Developmental Services. The link to the directory is on the “Early Intervention” page – scroll to the bottom to find the link.

Domestic Violence Hotline – 724-223-9190

Mental Health Crisis Line — 1-877-225-3567

Suicide prevention hotline – 1-800-372-8255

Veterans Crisis hotline – 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)

Drug and Alcohol Assistance
Drug and alcohol crisis line – 1-800-GET-HELP
To find information about self-help groups for substance abuse look online at
Alcoholics Anonymous —
Narcotics Anonymous —



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