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to keep the economy open and

slow the spread of COVID-19

  • Wear a mask, a cloth face mask is meant to protect others in case you are infected
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Social distance, at least 6 feet from others
  • Stay home if you are feeling sick
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COVID-19 Screening Tool

This screening tool link will direct you to the CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker

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Our mission

Montgomery County Hospital District’s mission is to care for the indigent and provide EMS services while protecting the interest of taxpayers and ensuring long-term stability through fund development.

Our vision

Montgomery County Hospital District’s vision is cost-effective indigent care and taxpayer-supplemented EMS with total professionalism administered through an elected board of directors.

COVID-19: Community Risk and Quarantine Criteria

For more information including symptoms, prevention tips, and other resources visit
DSHS website, or call your local Public Health Hotline at 936‐523‐5040

Step 1: WHAT IS MY RISK?

Low Risk
Medium Risk
High Risk
Vulnerable Population
  • Being in the same indoor environment (like a classroom or hospital waiting room) as a person with symptomatic laboratory‐confirmed COVID‐19 but NOT within 6 feet
  • Travel from any other country or the region that does NOT meet High or Medium Risk
  • Contact within 6 feet of a person with symptomatic laboratory‐confirmed COVID‐19
  • Household contact while using recommended precautions with a person that has symptomatic, laboratory‐confirmed COVID‐19, including:
    • Living in the same household
    • An intimate partner
    • Providing care in a non‐healthcare setting (such as a home)
  • Travel from a region with widespread sustained transmission or community transmission
  • Household contact WITHOUT using recommended precautions with a person with symptomatic, laboratory‐confirmed COVID‐19, including:
    • Living in the same household
    • An intimate partner
    • Providing care in a non‐healthcare setting (such as a home)
  • Travel from Hubei Province, China or Italy
  • People 60 years and older
  • People who have serious chronic medical conditions like heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, or have a weakened immune system

EVERYONE SHOULD TAKE STEPS TO PROTECT VULNERABLE POPULATIONS

 

Step 2: WHAT SHOULD I DO?

What is your Risk? What to do if NO SYMPTOMS? What do to if you HAVE SYMPTOMS of fever, cough, or shortness of breath
Low Risk
  • Practice social distancing
  • Self‐observation
  • Self‐isolation, social distancing
  • Call your primary healthcare provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed
  • Travel should be postponed until no longer symptomatic
Medium Risk
  • Recommendation to remain at home
  • Practice social distancing
  • Monitoring as determined by local authorities
  • Recommendation to postpone travel
  • Immediate isolation!!
  • Call your primary healthcare provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed
  • Controlled travel: Local travel only by private vehicle while symptomatic person is wearing a face mask
High Risk
  • Quarantine in your home
  • No public, group, or family activities AT ALL
  • Twice daily monitoring of your temperature
  • NO travel
  • Immediate isolation!!
  • Call your primary healthcare provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed
  • Controlled travel: Local travel is only by private vehicle while symptomatic person is wearing a face mask and SHOULD BE AVOIDED
Vulnerable Population
  • Practice social distancing
  • Self‐observation
  • Self‐isolation, social distancing
  • Call your primary healthcare provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed
  • Travel should be postponed until no longer symptomatic

 

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  • EMT-Basic Initial Course Fall 2020
    • Fall 2020 EMT-Basic Class
      August 4, 2020 - December 22, 2020
      6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Spring 2020 EMT Class 8/4/2020-12/22/2020 Meets Tuesday and Thursday Nights from 6-10pm.  There are occasional Wednesday night classes.  Please refer to schedule. All courses meet…

  • EMT-Basic Initial Course Spring 2021
    • Spring 2021 EMT-Basic Class
      January 12, 2021 - May 27, 2021
      6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Spring 2021 EMT Class 1/12/2021-5/27/2021 Meets Tuesday and Thursday Nights from 6-10pm.  There are occasional Wednesday night classes.  Please refer to schedule. All courses meet…