Sew Masks

We greatly appreciate the outpouring of support from the community – both from individuals and businesses – throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Your support has been invaluable and means so much to all of us at Premier Health.

Donated masks are still needed as we move into a new and prolonged stage of the pandemic. We are using hand-sewn masks (also referred to as "cloth face coverings") both for some of our employees who do not directly interact with patients, as well as for patients and visitors. These face coverings are providing an added layer of protection beyond the other safety measures we have in place.

Sew Face Masks

We are asking for your continued support in making face masks. Going forward, social distancing and the use of personal protective equipment – especially masks – will remain as important as ever in our ongoing fight against COVID-19. As we begin to invite visitors back into our facilities, our need for masks is continuing to increase.

Find directions for making face masks from the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention.

Donation Drop-Off

We appreciate your thoughtful efforts and want to make dropping off any donated items as easy as possible. We have several drop-off locations throughout the community.

We ask that you please not drop off donations or food directly at hospital entrances, emergency departments, or physician offices.

* Community members have extended many gracious offers of assistance to help healthcare workers in their tireless efforts to fight COVID-19. Premier Health is accepting donations from the community, including but not limited to, items which may serve as alternatives to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for patients, staff and direct care providers. These items will be offered to use in the spirit in which they are donated, which is to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 during this state of emergency, where PPE supplies are limited. Premier Health will assume the risk associated with accepting these items for distribution and the individuals who choose to wear/use such items expressly do so at their own risk, with no liability toward the donor.