COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – What You Need to Know.

***Indiana State Department of Health at 877-826-0011

***Kentucky COVID-19 Hotline 800-722-5725

COVID-19 Vaccine:

Who is eligible to receive vaccine (Indiana Residents)?

Anyone age 16 and older may now schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Visit to register. For those unable to register online, please call 211.

Local COVID-19 Testing:


A Harrison County Health Department | Harrison County Hospital Partnership

WHO:  Indiana residents of any age who wish to be tested. Testing is free of charge.

WHAT: COVID-19 Testing, appointments and walk –in accepted. Walk-ins must still be registered.

WHEN: Tuesday thru Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm, Additional late hours Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm. *Open the first 3 Saturdays each month.

WHERE:  May & Joe Rhoads Memorial Pool, 2150 Poolside Drive, Corydon, IN 47112

HOW:  Online registration for patients is the preferred method for making an appointment:

If registration assistance is needed, individuals may contact the Harrison County Health Department at 812-738-3237




WHO: Indiana residents who wish to be tested and are 1 years of age and older. Insurance information will be collected, if available. Testing is free of charge.

WHAT: COVID-19 Testing by Appointment

WHEN:  Tuesday thru Saturday Appointment times available 8:00am thru 8:00pm

WHERE:  Crandall Community Center, 6120 Main Street NE, Crandall, IN 47114

HOW: Online registration for patients is the preferred method for making an appointment:

Phone-based registration for persons without internet access, or to register minors for testing, dial (888) 634-1116.


A Message From Our CEO~ May 5, 2020

Click here to find the latest information on COVID-19 from the CDC.

Please read the symptoms of COVID-19 from the CDC.

What to do if you are sick.

Click here to view the Indiana State Health Department’s site.

Click here for Indiana State Department of Health Home Care Resources.

Temporary Visitation Guidelines Effective Immediately

Updated March 17, 2021

Click here to view the full temporary visitation policy.

In an abundance of caution, we are temporarily adjusting the general visitation policy at Harrison County Hospital to protect patients, staff and the community.

**There will be no visitors allowed for COVID-19 positive patients across all units at this time, unless for compassionate visitation exception. Compassionate visitation exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.

**All visitors must wear a mask/face covering at all times.

Labor & Delivery: Two designated visitors will be allowed for laboring patients. Two visitors at a time for post-partum patients.

Emergency Department: One visitor, after appropriate screening, will be permitted to visit a non COVID-19 Emergency Room patient.

All Inpatient Units: One visitor, after appropriate screening, will be permitted to visit a non COVID-19 inpatient during the visiting hours of

8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily.

Surgery: One visitor will be allowed to accompany the patient for surgery/procedure after appropriate screening.

Other Diagnostic/Outpatient Areas: See policy linked above.

Physician Offices: Patients will not be permitted to be accompanied into their appointment unless one person is needed for communication or other
assistance. Pediatric patients may be accompanied by both parents/guardians. When necessary, pediatric siblings are permitted.

We have implemented a mandatory patient/visitor screening process at all three entrances, the Emergency Department, Main Entrance, and Medical Office Building.


Harrison County Hospital recommends the following:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • For those at higher risk it is recommended that you avoid crowds and observe social distancing
  • Wash your hands frequently at least 20 seconds with soap and water
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Cover cough/sneeze with a tissue and then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Clean/disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces regularly
  • Only go to the Emergency Room when symptoms indicate, not for testing

What to Do If You Think You’re Sick

Call your healthcare professional if you feel sick with fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19, or if you live in or have recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19.

If you are worried about whether you have COVID-19, your decision on whether to seek medical care should not change just because of this new virus. Unlike the flu, your doctor cannot automatically test you for COVID-19 to rule it out as the cause of your illness. If you’re feeling ill, but otherwise would not have sought medical care, it’s best for you to stay at home.