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Johnson County Community Hospital
Updated hospital visitation restrictions
Ballad Health is currently allowing 2 designated patient-support persons – or visitors – for the duration of each inpatient's visit or hospital stay.
Please note that this only applies to inpatient hospital units and surgery. Outpatient services will continue to allow 1 visitor for each patient.
Inpatient support persons – or visitors – will only be allowed on site from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. However, one visitor may remain with the patient overnight, and this visitor must be in the facility prior to 8 p.m. Visitors who remain with the patient after 8 p.m. will stay in the patient room. If the visitor remaining with the patient after 8 p.m. leaves the facility at any point during the night, they will not be permitted for re-entry until 8 a.m.
Exceptions may be made in labor and delivery, emergency departments where one guest is permitted at all times, and during extenuating circumstances or in the case of end-of-life care. As previously stated, this provision only includes:
- Inpatient hospital units
Screenings and face mask requirements
Each visitor will be screened for potential signs of illness and required to wear a cloth face covering, which they need to provide for themselves.
Due to the increased risk of virus transmission, masks with vents and/or valves are not permitted.
These measures are to help contain coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Please read more about these visitation restrictions.
Johnson County Community Hospital offers hometown inpatient care coupled with a state-of-the-art 24-hour emergency department. The hospital serves the upper northeast tip of Tennessee and parts of North Carolina and Southwest Virginia.
The two-bed hospital offers outpatient and primary care services provided by Ballad Health Rural Health Clinic – Johnson County.
Additionally, Johnson County Community Hospital provides Senior Health Solutions, a behavioral health program for seniors dealing with stress and/or sadness brought on by aging or personal loss.
Hospital outreach personnel provide health education at community events, and on-site influenza vaccines to local industry. The facility is conveniently located next to downtown on South Shady Street (U.S. Route 421).
- Cardiac rehab
- Cardiac ultrasound
- Cardio pulmonary services
- EKG (electrocardiogram)
- Event monitor
- Holter monitor
- Nuclear medicine/stress testing
- Spirometry (pulmonary function testing)
- In home sleep studies
- Pulmonary rehab
- Wrist oximeter (monitors oxygen levels overnight)
- Brain injury
- Cardiac, PT
- Neurological/neuromuscular problems
- Orthopedic pediatrics
- Theumatologic impairments
- 24/7, 365 days a year
- Physician staffed
Behavioral health solutions
- Intensive outpatient program consisting of counseling and therapy for adults age 55 and older dealing with depression, loneliness, and loss of a spouse.
Outpatient diagnostic imaging
- Ankle brachial index (ABI’s)
- Bone density/DEXA scans
- Digital mammography
- MRI (mobile unit 4 days a month)
- Nuclear medicine
- Bone scans
- Thyroid scans
- HIDA scans
- Renal scans
- Gastric emptying
- MUGA scans
- Scoliosis series (X-ray for detecting curving of the spine)
- 24/7 Outpatient lab
- Any medication infusions except chemotherapy
- Iron infusions
- IV antibiotics
- IV fluids
- Port flushes
- Cardiology – Dr. Khan
- Cardiology – Dr. Smith
- Diabetes – Dr. Beasy (telemedicine)
- Pulmonary – Dr. Lambert (telemedicine)
Medical care and community impact reports
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
Johnson County Community Hospital CHNA [PDF – opens in new window]
CMS price transparency
Johnson County Community chargemaster standard charges [CSV file, 146KB]
Johnson County Community average charges by DRG [CSV file, 38KB]
Metrics by MS-DRG*
Johnson County Community MS-DRG metrics [PDF, 21KB], fiscal 2019
*MS-DRGs are Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Groups.
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