Nothing is more important to us than the health and well-being of our community. Safety is Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s highest priority.

JRMC is following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding appropriate measures to ensure prompt identification of potentially infected patients to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Thank you for your kindness and compassion as we implement these updates.

JRMC Visitor Restrictions

As a precaution for COVID-19, JRMC has restricted visitors including students, volunteers and vendors.

  • Only exceptions, one visitor:
    • parent or guardian of patients under age 18
    • adult with special needs
    • immediate family during end-of-life care
    • birth partner limited to one designated individual
    • care partner limited to one designated individual; no overnight visitation allowed

These changes are effective March 13. We will communicate when we can resume our regular visitation policy. Read about the other protective measures we’re taking at JRMC.

Though new coronavirus infections continue to accumulate across the country and in Stutsman County, JRMC has cared for COVID-19 patients. JRMC is committed to protecting patient privacy. Even though the state reopens, the virus continues to spread. JRMC will remain as vigilant as possible and we ask the community to do the same. Read about up to date cases reported in North Dakota.

Believe you may have COVID-19? Call first.

Typical symptoms of COVID-19 are:

  • fever
  • cough
  • difficulty breathing

Anyone who is experiencing difficulty breathing or an extremely high temperature should seek immediate medical help.

If you feel you might have COVID-19, please call your primary care provider by phone. The care team will determine whether you need testing. Both Essentia Health and Sanford Health clinics are offering COVID-19 E-visit screenings at no-cost to patients.

To protect patients and staff, please limit in-person visits. Please call ahead of you choose to visit the Emergency Department. The number is (701) 952-4578.

If someone asks "How can I help?"

It’s our nature to want to help during times of crisis.

If people ask, options include: