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2014 Ebola Virus Disease (Ebola) outbreak is the largest in history, affecting
multiple countries in West Africa. According to the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) the risk of an Ebola outbreak in the U.S. is very low;
however, the CDC and local, state and federal partners are taking precautions
to prevent this from happening.
While there have only been a handful of cases diagnosed in the U.S., we’re prepared to protect patients, physicians, nurses, and associates
from Ebola transmission. We’ve taken steps to help us safely evaluate and treat
anyone suspected of having Ebola. These include:
of which are being overseen and directed by our infection preventionists and
emergency preparedness teams.
Remember, Ebola can only be spread through direct contact
with the body fluids of someone sick with Ebola, or objects contaminated with
the virus (like needles), and transmission occurs only while the person is
If you recently traveled
to Sierra Leone, Guinea, or Liberia and have a fever or are otherwise ill, or
you’ve been in contact with someone who was diagnosed with Ebola, please call
303-777-6877 (in Metro Denver) OR call 800-327-6877.
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