Operational Updates

When visiting Schneck Medical Center please wear a face covering as advised by the CDC.

Patient and Visitor Screenings

Every visitor and patient will be screened before entering the main hospital building located at 411 West Tipton Street, Seymour, Indiana.  Please consider arriving early for any scheduled appointments to allow time for screening. All patients and visitors should wear a face covering when visiting Schneck Medical Center.

Visitor Policy 

Schneck has implemented a no-visitor policy. The only exceptions include: mothers in labor permitted one labor partner, pediatric patients permitted one caregiver, surgery patients with sedation permitted one transportation escort, emergency department patients permitted one companion, and end-of-life patients may have limited visitors, as determined by the nursing supervisor.

In addition, Schneck outpatient departments, physician practices, and Schneck Urgent Care will only allow one companion.
 
All visitors must wash their hands (soap and water) or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after visiting a patient. Hand sanitizer can be found throughout the hospital as well as outside each patient’s room.

All visitors must wear a face covering per CDC guidelines.

Elective Surgeries

Following guidance from the Governor of Indiana, healthcare facilities with sufficient personal protective equipment, staff, and necessary supplies to treat COVID-19 patients are now able to conduct medically necessary procedures. Based on the governor’s guidance, Schneck is beginning the initial phase of returning to normal operations for medical center inpatient and outpatient care. The initial phase will include elective surgical procedures and outpatient services for low-risk patients. Schneck will contact patients to reschedule their appointments and procedures.
 

Schneck Physician Practice Visits

Following guidance from the Governor of Indiana, healthcare facilities with sufficient personal protective equipment, staff, and necessary supplies to treat COVID-19 patients are now able to conduct medically necessary procedures. Based on the governor’s guidance, Schneck is beginning the initial phase of returning to normal operations for physician practice visits for low-risk patients. 

Schneck will contact patients to reschedule their appointments and procedures.Schneck physician practices will continue to provide telehealth services to those who choose to stay home.
 

Telehealth Visits

Many Schneck physician practices are offering telehealth visits when deemed appropriate by the physician. Patients must have a device that has a camera and a microphone installed. Patients interested in scheduling a telehealth visit are advised to contact their physician’s office. Schneck physician practices offering telehealth visits include:

  • First Urology of Schneck Medical Center (812-523-7477)
  • Schneck Bariatrics (812-523-5230)
  • Schneck Cancer Center (812-522-0480)
  • Schneck Integrative Medicine (812-523-5865)
  • Schneck Mental Health & Wellness (812-523-7852)
  • Schneck Neurosurgery (812-523-7870)
  • Schneck Obstetrics & Gynecology (812-523-5864)
  • Schneck Orthopedics & Sports Medicine (812-524-3311)
  • Schneck Pain Center (812-524-4253)
  • Schneck Pediatrics (812-523-7466)
  • Schneck Primary Care—Jackson Park (812-522-1613), Schneck Professional Building (812-523-5862), Brownstown (812-358-2400)
  • Schneck Specialty Associates (812-523-7893)—Endocrinology and Neurology
  • Schneck Surgical Associates (812-519-2388)
  • Well Life by Schneck (812-523-5185)

Campus Entry Points

  • Main Entrance: 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • Schneck Professional Building: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday, Wednesday-Friday; 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday
  • Emergency Department: Open 24/7

Shuttle Service 

Parking lot shuttle service is discontinued until further notice due to social distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC.