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Visitor Policy Update

Members of the Mountain View Hospital Covid Committee have approved the following updates to our visitor and mask policies: Visitor Policy 2 visitors 14 years and older will be allowed to visit non Covid patients Visitors 13 years and younger will be allowed to visit non-Covid patients for a maximum of 15 minutes Visitors will continue to be screened and will need to sign ...

COVID Vaccine Clinic Has Moved

Mountain View Hospital's COVID vaccine clinic is changing locations. As of March 1, 2021 you will no longer be able to receive the vaccine at the hospital. Our new vaccine clinic is located inside Idaho Center for Sleep, at 2330 Desoto St. in Idaho Falls.  We are a certified distribution facility for the COVID-19 vaccine in Idaho Public Health District 7. Vaccines are currentl ...

Mountain View Hospital Distributes COVID-19 Vaccine to the Community

Follow these Step-by-Step Instructions to get a Vaccine Appointment Mountain View Hospital and 12 of its affiliated clinics are starting to immunize community members against COVID-19. The hospital is currently focused on vaccinating Idahoans 65 and older. Those interested in receiving the vaccine should visit MountainViewHospital.org to add their name to the waiting list. Cur ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives for Healthcare Workers

A limited number of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines arrived at the pharmacy for Mountain View Hospital and Idaho Falls Community Hospital on Monday, December 14 for frontline healthcare workers. The current doses, which will not be enough to cover healthcare workers at both hospitals, will be given to employees in Idaho Falls Community Hospital’s emergency department and intensive c ...

New Outpatient COVID-19 Treatment

Patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 have a new treatment option that could reduce their chances of needing to be hospitalized because of the virus. In late November, the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for casirivimab and imdevimab to be used to treat COVID-19 positive patients who may be at high risk of developing severe symptoms and ...

Respiratory Therapist Returns After Helping COVID-19 Patients in NYC

Aaron Craythorn had never traveled to New York City before he decided to answer a call for help and take care of some of the sickest COVID-19 patients in our country. Craythorn works as a respiratory therapist for Mountain View Hospital. He recently spent six weeks in the Bronx treating patients with the coronavirus. “I was at work in April when I got a call asking if I would ...

COVID-19 Safety Mitigation

As Governor Little takes steps to reopen Idaho, we are continuing to take precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Steps we are taking to keep you safe The well-being of our patients, team members and community continues to be our top priority and we are taking extra measures to keep everyone safe. We appreciate your understanding and support during this time. Team ...

April 7th Update

MOUNTAIN VIEW HOSPITAL UPDATES VISITOR POLICY IN RESPONSE TO IDAHO'S GROWING NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES The health and safety of our patients, visitors, employees and community members continues to be a top priority for Mountain View Hospital. As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow across our state, we felt it was necessary to revise our visitor policy. UPDATES TO VI ...

Telehealth Update

Ongoing healthcare needs are not suddenly put on hold because of a global health pandemic. Patients still need medication refills, ongoing checkups and specialists to help them address their overall wellness. Mountain View Hospital and its affiliated clinics are working hard to ensure we are still here to care for all of our patients. We understand during this time of uncertai ...