WHS understands that you and your family may be anxious during this pandemic. We want to assure you that it is safe to seek care in all of our facilities. WHS Washington Hospital, WHS-Greene Hospital and all outpatient locations have rigorous infection-prevention protocols in place. In addition to requiring patients to wear masks and requiring staff to wear appropriate PPE, we have implemented a number of new safety measures to ensure the protection of you and your family. The health and well-being of our patients, staff, students, and the community remains our top priority. Click to learn about our safe care commitment to you.
Please note: We currently have limited visitation at WHS Washington Hospital and WHS-Greene. See the FAQ below for details.
Donate to our COVID-19 Assistance Fund
Your donation will be put to immediate use to help the WHS team respond to the COVID-19 situation. WHS has needed donor support in the past and will going forward as we address, manage and improve the safety of our communities.
ATTN: WHS Foundation 155 Wilson Avenue Washington, PA 15301
Your donation will be put to immediate use to help the WHS team respond to the COVID-19 situation. Your monetary donation allows us to address our most pressing needs in a cost effective and efficient manner.
WHS has trusted in the generous support of our donors in the past, and will continue to do so as we move forward to address, manage and improve the safety of our communities in this unprecedented pandemic.
Thank you for your generosity and support.
If you have questions regarding monetary donations please contact Natalie or Carolyn at 724-223-3875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHS Washington and WHS Greene are gratefully accepting donations of fabric masks from our community.
According to the CDC, in settings where facemasks are not available, HCP might use homemade masks (e.g., bandana, scarf) for care of patients with COVID-19 as a last resort. However, homemade masks are not considered PPE, since their capability to protect HCP is unknown. Caution should be exercised when considering this option. Homemade masks should ideally be used in combination with a face shield that covers the entire front (that extends to the chin or below) and sides of the face.
When your masks are complete, please contact Shelly at the WHS Foundation at 724-223-3875 or email@example.com to arrange for delivery. (You will be met out front of the School of Nursing.)
*Any surplus masks will be distributed to other organizations in need.
WHS Washington and WHS Greene are gratefully accepting care package donations for our medical staff.
At this time we cannot accept any homemade items, items that require preparation, items that require refrigeration or items that require the use of silverware. We are accepting pre-packaged individually-sized snack food items.
Samples of snacks in individual sized containers:
JIF to go
Candy / chocolate
Chips, Chex Mix, pretzels, etc.
Peanut butter or cheese crackers
Peanuts and/or other nuts
Trail mix or granola bars
Fruit snacks or raisins
Cans of Spaghettios, Beefaroni, soup (pop top only)
Tuna/chicken boxes with crackers (no cans)
Beef Jerky / Slim Jim’s
To schedule delivery of your donation, please contact Ken at the WHS Foundation at 724-223-3875 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for delivery. (Go to receiving at either WHS Washington or WHS Greene).
WHS Washington and WHS Greene are gratefully accepting meal donations for our medical staff.
Before having food delivered to any WHS location we ask that you please contact Sara at the WHS Foundation at 724-223-3875 or email@example.com. Sara will work with you to coordinate planning a meal for our team.
Testing for COVID-19 must be ordered by a licensed medical provider. Currently, testing cannot be performed at the request of the public without an order.
All tests must be scheduled by calling724‐579‐1684. WHS will no longer take patients on a “walk-in” basis.
Only COVID-19 testing is done at these sites – other lab tests can be done at these locations: click here
Testing will only be done if you can provide a script from a medical professional. Please also bring a government issued photo ID (such as a Driver’s License) and your insurance information to your scheduled appointment.
Your lab test results are available ONLY through your ordering physician. Please note that testing time varies and in some cases takes approx. a week or more to receive your results. Keep in-mind that if your lab test comes back positive, your doctor will call you immediately.
The WHS lab cannot release lab test results to patients. If you have questions concerning the test or your results, please contact your ordering physician directly.
Your cost of testing will vary depending on what types of insurance you have. Washington Health System has a charge of $86.25 for this test, but depending on your insurance, you may not have an out of pocket cost. Some insurances are waiving the out-of-pocket amount. It is always best to check with your individual insurance company to obtain the most accurate information.
The name of the test that you would tell your insurance company that you are asking about is “SARS-CoV2 RNA (COVID19), Qualitative NAAT”.
For those individuals who wish to be self-pay or do not have insurance, the charge would be $25.88.
A statewide Mental Health Support and Referral Line has been developed as part of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 response. This support line is operated by the Center for Community Resources.
Those experiencing anxiety, depression, or any other difficult emotion during this time are encouraged to call the support line which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Callers will be able to speak with trained staff who will listen, assess individual needs, triage situations, as well as refer to other local supports and professionals as needed.
The Mental Health Support Line can be reached toll-free at 1.855.284.2494.
Beware of fraudulent Coronavirus tests, vaccines and treatments. Beware of companies trying to profit from this pandemic by selling unproven and illegally marketed products that make false claims, such as being effective against the coronavirus.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends obtaining duplicate vaccination cards through the provider who administered the vaccine. If that was a pharmacy chain or health clinic, try contacting that facility. If you received your COVID-19 vaccine in Pennsylvania (outside of Philadelphia) and you are unable to get a replacement card from the provider where you received your vaccine, you may request a copy of your immunization records, which will include your COVID-19 vaccination and other immunizations, from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. This is not a replacement CDC COVID-19 vaccination card. It is a report generated from the Pennsylvania Statewide Immunization Information System (PA-SIIS) that will be sent to you by email or postal mail.
It is important to note that the PA DOH vaccination record, as well as the CDC vaccination card that individuals receive at the time of their vaccination, are both official proofs of vaccination.
If you need a vaccine card replacement though WHS – Please email your full name, date of birth and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must pick up your new vaccine card at the WHS Washington Physicians Office in Washington Pa. Please bring your ID with you. You must pick up the vaccine card in-person. We will not mail a copy to you and we will not release it to any other individuals other than yourself.
If you received your COVID-19 vaccine in Philadelphia, please contact Philly’s COVID Call Center at 215-685-5488 or by email at email@example.com. If you received your COVID-19 vaccine in another state, please visit the CDC’s website for contact information.