Last updated: 3/27/2020
Welcome to the Huntington Hospital COVID-19 site. Please consider this page as a resource for you and your family. We will also keep this page updated with important notifications to patients, visitors and the community about our hospital operations.
As the tested resource for our community during previous infectious diseases such as MERS and SARS, Huntington Hospital is prepared to respond to this pathogen along with our partners at Pasadena Public Health.
Important Phone Numbers
- COVID-19 General Line (626) 397-3777
- Surgery cancellations (626) 397-3166
- Donations line at (626) 397-5448
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers from our Huntington Hospital experts.
Community COVID-19 Resources
|FAQs about COVID-19 (CDC) (also available in Spanish and Chinese)||Date Modified: 3/19/2020|
|What To Do If You Are Sick with COVID-19 (CDC)||Date Modified: 3/16/2020|
|Who Is At Higher Risk for Serious Illness from COVID-19? (CDC)||Date Modified: 3/18/2020|
|Home Care Instructions for COVID-19 (LA County Department of Public Health)||Date Modified: 3/19/2020|
|COVID-19 and the Blood Supply: Donate Blood Today (Huntington Hospital)||Date Modified: 3/20/2020|
|Protect Yourself and Your Family||Date Modified: 3/13/2020|
Healthcare Provider COVID-19 Resources
|Clinician Checklist: Evaluating Patients Who May Have COVID-19 (LA County Department of Public Health)||Date Modified: 3/16/2020|
|Talking to Your Patients About COVID-19, and When to Call the Hospital or Public Health (Huntington Hospital)||Date Modified: 3/4/2020|
Trusted Health Authorities
Check the Following Health Authority Websites Regularly
Pasadena Public Health Department https://www.cityofpasadena.net/public-health/
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/
World Health Organization (WHO) https://www.who.int/
Valuable news articles to help you stay up-to-date.
Michigan Health shared a valuable article, “Flattening the Curve for COVID-19: What does it mean and how can you help,” explaining how important it is to slow the spread of this virus in our communities.