Beverly Hospital wants to keep our community informed on the latest news in our fight against COVID-19. NOTE: Information is always changing as we learn more about COVID-19 and adjust our procedures and response.
- We are closely following the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines for testing.
- Testing resources are available for emergency department patients and inpatients who meet the criteria.
- We are currently unable to test community members but are working to expand testing capabilities in the near future.
- The Center for Advanced Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine at Beverly Hospital is still seeing patients with critical wound care needs. There are procedures in place to screen and protect against COVID-19.
- We implore you or to speak with those with wound care needs to continue coming to appointments and to call ahead of time.
- For any questions, please call the Wound Care Center at (323) 725-5066
In order to protect patients, staff, physicians, and the community, the following guidelines are in place:
- No visitors will be allowed for all inpatient areas including ICU.
- An exception of ONE (1) visitor per patient per day is allowed only for maternity and minors.
- Patients facing End of Life circumstances will be permitted TWO (2) visitors but visitors will be asked to stand outside of the room.
- We encourage the use of FaceTime, Skype or other applications to communicate with loved ones.
- Family and friends are able to send greeting cards as another means of communicating: beverly.org/greeting-card/
How The Community Can Help
We understand the large impact the COVID-19 crisis has had on everyone. Like it has been since 1949, Beverly Hospital will continue to be here and is committed do what it takes to provide quality and compassionate care for our patients and frontline personnel throughout this crisis.
- Thank you to our many community partners and caring individuals for answering the call by donating (purchased or handcrafted) critical protection supplies or food to keep staff safely protected and with high morale during this crisis.
- For more information or questions, please contact the Beverly Foundation at (323) 725-4264 or email at Foundationinfo@beverly.org or visit https://www.beverly.org/ppedonate/
- Donations are accepted in person (lobby delivery) or by mail: Beverly Hospital, 309 W. Beverly Blvd, Montebello, CA 90640
- Monetary Donations can be made at the following link. 100% of all donations will be going towards costs related to COVID-19:
- During this time, blood, plasma, and platelet donations are at an all-time low. This leaves patients who are in dire need of these donations in life-threatening danger. The Red Cross is working to set up as many donation opportunities as possible while keeping safety from COVID-19 in mind. If you are able to, please consider donating:
Find A Red Cross Donation Site
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Supplies
- We are working with our suppliers and the Disaster Resource Center to receive inventory of PPE and other supplies in order to best serve our patients and protect our staff.
- A tremendous thanks to our community for their response by donating much needed supplies and sharing information about our need.
- Inventory is low on the following items and once again we are asking the community for assistance with obtaining or sharing this information:
- Masks (N95, KN95, Respirator)
- Shoe and Head Covers
- Gloves (Nitrile, Vinyl)
- Face Shields
- Body Suits, Robes, Lab coats
- Hooded Isolation Garments
- Hospital-grade Sanitizing Gels and Wipes
COVID-19 Information Resources
- County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health (LACDPH):
- California Department of Health:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
- World Health Organization (WHO):
- Beverly Hospital’s COVID-19 Information Page: