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Stoughton, WI 53589
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Stoughton Health is working with public health, healthcare systems and agency partners to monitor, plan and respond as needed to COVID-19 to keep our community safe and healthy.
For the latest and most accurate information on COVID-19 please go to cdc.gov.
While the Face Covering Emergency Order mandated by Public Health Madison & Dane County ended on March 1, masking is still required throughout Dane County hospitals, clinics and facilities. Hospitals and clinics continue to receive and treat respiratory illnesses and masks are an important tool in infection prevention and control.
Whether you have a physical therapy appointment, mammogram, surgery, or are visiting a patient, everyone age two and older entering a Stoughton Health location is required to wear a barrier mask provided by Stoughton Health. We will also continue to ask screening questions.
Please be kind to our greeters who may need to remind you to put a mask on as you enter.
Thank you for your continued patience and for assisting us in protecting those most at risk from COVID-19. We encourage everyone eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine to get one as soon as possible.
Get the Real Facts About the COVID-19 Vaccine
Stoughton Health wants to make sure everyone in our community has the real facts about the COVID-19 vaccine. Because knowledge is power—and working together we can get back to normal everyday living. Please click here to learn the real facts.
The Importance of the COVID-19 Vaccine
Stoughton COVID-19 Vaccine Locations
1705 US Highway 51 & 138, Stoughton
Appointment Required – Please do not call the Stoughton store, schedule through website. Check site daily to find available times.
2600 State Highway 138, Stoughton
Appointment Required- Please do not call the Stoughton store, schedule through website. Check site daily to find available times.
Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry
For help with registering for an appointment or other vaccine registry assistance, please call toll-free at 1-844-684-1064. For more information about the vaccine registry, including a list of participating locations, visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 vaccine registry webpage.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services recommends visiting VaccineFinder to find vaccine near you. VaccineFinder helps you find clinics, pharmacies, and other locations that offer COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. In some states, information is limited while more providers and pharmacies update locations in the coming weeks. COVID-19 vaccine availability is limited, and appointments are required at most locations.
Hotline for Answering Vaccination Questions
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is staffing a new hotline to answer your vaccination questions. Wisconsinites can call (844) 684-1064 (toll-free) for personal assistance with questions. The new call center will be equipped to help individuals find vaccine locations, answer medical questions related to the COVID-19 vaccine, and assist with registration, including but not limited to using the Wisconsin COVID-19 vaccine registry .
Stop the Spread
While waiting to receive your vaccine, please continue to be vigilant in protecting yourself and others from spreading illness: wear a mask, maintain social distance, practice frequent hand washing, do not gather with people you do not live with, and stay home when you are sick. Once you receive the vaccine, these efforts continue to be important.
Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
Understanding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines
Vaccination Considerations for People who are Pregnant or Breastfeeding
Wisconsin Senior Medicare Patrol Fraud Alert – COVID Vaccine
Stoughton Health is pleased to be able to allow limited visitors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please review all of our Visitor Guidelines.
- Visitors will need to sign in
- Visitors will be screened
- Visitors will need to stay with patient and limit movement in the building
Stoughton Health is requiring every person (providers, staff, patients, visitors, etc.) in all Stoughton Health facilities (all spaces, including non-clinical areas) to wear a minimum of a barrier mask. Anyone who arrives with a cloth face covering will be provided with a barrier mask, which provides a higher level of protection.
Number of Visitors Allowed
Support person must be 16 years and older
COVID-19 Suspect/Confirmed Patients – no visitors
All Inpatient Units (excludes COVID positive patients) – Two Visitors/Support Persons per 24 hours, no overnight stays.
Emergency Department (excludes COVID suspect/positive patients) – One Visitor/Support Person
Outpatient hospital-based services – Two Support Persons
Surgery Services – Two Support Persons
Pediatric Patients – Two Visitors/Support Persons
End of Life Patients (includes COVID positive patients) – Three visitors allowed in the building at one time (can switch in and out throughout the day). There are no age restrictions but an adult must be present with minors.
Please note: A patient’s care team may make compassionate exceptions when appropriate. A request for a compassionate exception MUST be made prior to a clinic or outpatient appointment for proper review and consideration. Clergy, liaisons such as hospice workers, adult protective services, identified skilled nursing facility liaisons are not considered visitors and are considered part of the allowed care team.
Valet Parking Suspended
Stoughton Hospital is temporarily suspending valet parking to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Community COVID-19 Testing
FREE Community COVID-19 testing in Stoughton is provided by JangoDX.
Please click here for more information.
Additional Testing Location Information
Public Health Madison Madison & Dane County have additional information community COVID-19 testing locations at https://publichealthmdc.com/coronavirus/testing.
How Stoughton Health is Keeping You Safe
You can safely seek medical care and protect yourself from exposure to COVID-19. Stoughton Health has extensive safety precautions and infection control measures in place at all our facilities to limit the risk of exposure and keep everyone safe. This includes:
- Screening/testing of all patients prior to their scheduled procedures
- Strict visitor policy to limit unnecessary traffic in our facilities
- Entrance screening for all employees, patients and visitors to our facilities; hand sanitation is required
- Adherence to all CDC guidelines and protocols regarding appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for providers and staff
- Requiring all employees, patients and visitors to wear masks or other face coverings when they enter our facilities
- Enhanced cleaning/disinfection processes in our hospital and clinics
- Plexiglass barriers at registration to ensure appropriate distancing
- Realigned waiting room seating to ensure appropriate physical distancing
- Discontinuation of public water fountains