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STT East End Medical Center Informs Public of New Hours, Pre-Entry Screenings

St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation

In an effort to ensure the safety of its patients and staff during the coronavirus pandemic, the St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation (STEEMCC) has instituted the following changes until further notice:

Temporary operating hours will now be from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

All medical and dental patients must check-in at the STEEMCC Patient Intake Center (former Domino’s location) before being allowed to enter the center.

STEEMCC will see medical and dental patients who are sick or require immediate medical attention.

STEEMCC will see patients with scheduled immunizations.

STEEMCC will see OB patients with scheduled appointments.

If an individual is sick and displays any flu-like symptoms, please call before coming to the center. That person will receive arrival instructions from the medical staff.

If an individual has a scheduled medical or dental appointment and is not sick or does not display any symptoms, please stay at home. A medical or dental provider will contact the person on or around the appointment time to address any concerns as well as provide prescription refills.

Please call STEEMCC at 775-3700 with any questions or concerns. For the latest updates and tips on preventative measures, visit  https://cdc.gov or https:doh.vi.gov/covid19usvi

For further information, contact Lisa Webster, public relations officer, at 775-3700 ext. 2053 or via email at ewebster@steemcc.org.

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