KRMC will continue to require masks in all facilities

Published by The Bee News

October 21, 2020

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KRMC will continue to require masks in all facilities

Kingman, Arizona, October 21, 2020  While the City of Kingman has lifted its mask mandate, Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) announced today that it will continue to require masks in all KRMC facilities. All employees, patients, and visitors must wear a mask in the hospital or in any KRMC medical clinic or business office. KRMC will also continue to screen anyone entering its facilities for COVID-19 symptoms.

According to KRMC CEO, Will McConnell, “COVID-19 continues to circulate in our community and it’s vital that we do all we can to protect people in medical settings from infection.” Medical science shows that COVID-19 mainly spreads through respiratory droplets when an infected person talks, coughs, or sneezes. The invisible droplets can land in the mouths, noses, or eyes of people who are nearby.

Masks help limit the spread of COVID-19 through saliva droplets.

To help protect against infection, KRMC encourages everyone to wear a face-covering over their mouth and nose while in any public setting. Additionally, it is important to wash your hands often, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and stay home when you are sick. For more information about COVID-19 and KRMC’s policies and procedures for limiting the spread, please visit

 About Kingman Regional Medical Center

(KRMC) is a 235-bed multi-campus health care system in Kingman, Arizona that employs over 1,900 employees, 150 volunteers, and 329 physicians/allied health professionals. KRMC is the largest provider of health and wellness services in northwestern Arizona. It is home to an advanced imaging center, cancer center, cardiovascular center, rehabilitation and balance center, wound care center, sleep disorders center, acute rehabilitation specialty hospital, primary and specialty care clinics, hospice home, and beautiful wellness center. KRMC is also a teaching hospital offering residencies in emergency medicine and family medicine and a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. The hospital received the Arizona Innovation Award for its efforts to proactively enhance healthcare in a rural community. The hospital’s vision is to provide the region’s best clinical care and patient service through an environment that fosters respect for others and pride in performance. ​

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