How can you help stop the spread of COVID-19?
The best thing any of us can do if we're able is to vaccinate ourselves against COVID-19.
St. Bernards is offering FREE Pfizer Vaccines at our Internal Medicine Residency Clinic every Friday from 8am - 4pm.
For more information read our vaccine press release.
To save time, download and bring a completed consent form with you.
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form in English
Call 870.351.7171 for more information.
St. Bernards will now host drive-thru clinics from 8 to 11 a.m. at the St. Bernards Auditorium. Patients will receive nasal swabs from their vehicles under the Auditorium's entrance awning. . Click HERE to learn more.
How do I get the COVID-19 Vaccine?
St. Bernards is offering the Pfizer Vaccine Booster to anyone age 16 and older, on Jan. 14 in the Community Room at the Medical Center. Walk-in or call 870.351.7171 to schedule an appointment.
Every Friday, we'll have scheduled appointments and walk-in clinic at the St. Bernards Internal Medicine Residency Clinic, located in the lower level of Clopton Clinic
St. Bernards is now offering the Booster Dose to eligible individuals who completed their Pfizer COVID Vaccine series at least 6 months ago.
I think I might have COVID-19
See a doctor immediately from your home. Connect via your smartphone, tablet or computer.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you can visit any of our Urgent Care locations to receive a COVID-19 test or you can call your primary doctor for further advice.
A monoclonal antibody infusion treatment helps fight COVID-19 by boosting your own body's immune system to help block the virus from getting into your cells. This prevents worsening symptoms.
COVID-19 Information for Soon-to-be Parents
St. Bernards is prepared to deliver your baby. If you have any specific questions about policies and procedures for delivering your baby at St. Bernards Medical Center, please check with your doctor.
- COVID-19 Real Talk with Dr. Kasey Holder
Ways to Get Involved
There are many ways you can help our community and frontline healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about different ways you can get involved today.