Supporting the safety and well-being of our community is our top priority at Riverside. We want you to feel confident and comfortable coming to us for the care you need. As more restrictions are lifted, it's important to note that many aspects of life won't be exactly as before. We can all think of this as the "new normal."

At Riverside, our environments have been adjusted to support social distancing, which remains the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19. When you come to us for care, you will notice some changes — all intended to support your health and safety — including being asked to wear a mask. If you don’t have a face covering, one will be provided for you. Our goal is to make you feel cared for and supported through all your health needs.

Please use the resources in this section to learn more about how to keep you and your family safe.

Riverside COVID-19 video channel

Our COVID-19 videos are intended to educate and prepare our communities as we navigate this crisis. Click here.

Visitation changes due to coronavirus and flu

For the safety of our patients, staff and community, a no-visitor policy has been implemented for inpatients at all Riverside hospitals as well as across our Lifelong Health facilities. Learn more.

Financial challenges due to COVID-19

If you find yourself financially impacted by COVID-19, we are here to partner with you to address financial concerns regarding medical services provided by us. Learn more.