Right now, MossRehab (part of Einstein Healthcare Network) physicians, nurses, and staff are caring for patients with COVID-19. We anticipate the need to overwhelm existing supplies of personal protective equipment. If you can help, please check out our donation list and instructions on how to contribute.
MossRehab Inpatient and Outpatient offices remain ready to provide care and we have implemented telephone and virtual visits for routine follow up care and most rehabilitation care needs. Many appointments can take place through your telephone, smartphone or computer in the comfort of your own home. For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians call 215-663-6677. For the time being, please continue with treatments and exercises recommended by your doctors or therapists.
If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please call ahead and consult your doctor by phone before any upcoming appointments. If you are symptom-free, your appointments will continue as planned, and we look forward to seeing you.
Contact your physicians for guidance, if you have specific concerns about your health or personal situation.
New Visitor Restrictions
To ensure a safe environment for Einstein Healthcare Network patients and visitors amid the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Greater Delaware Valley, we are restricting visitation to MossRehab, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Center One, Willowcrest, and all outpatient practices.
- Patients under 18 years of age may have one visitor
- One visitor permitted for caregiver training for safe transitions to the next level of care as arranged by the clinical care team
- Family Pick-up Day of Discharge
Visitors permitted based on exceptions must comply with the following:
- Visitors must wear a face mask at all times.
- Visitors must be at least 16 years old unless approved by a specific specialty practice.
- Visitors will have their temperatures screened prior to entry to the unit.
- Visitors must maintain social distancing with clinical staff as much as possible.
While we understand the important role that family members and visitors play in a patient's healing process, our new policies (which align with many other area hospitals and health systems) aim to balance the needs of patients while maintaining a safe environment for all.
If You Think You Might Have the Virus
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your primary care physician or other healthcare provider for medical advice. (CDC Symptom Checker.) They will provide instructions on the steps to take.
COVID-19 testing-related questions should also be directed to your primary healthcare provider. If you are not exhibiting symptoms, we do not recommend going to the Emergency Department to inquire about testing as this can potentially expose you to other potentially sick patients. Learn more here.
Financial Contributions to Our COVID-19 Efforts
Donate now to support critical needs for all our healthcare providers on the front-line of the COVID-19 crisis and the patients they care for through Einstein's Extraordinary Response in Extraordinary Times campaign.