COVID & Vaccine
Liberty Hospital is part of Operation Safe which is ONE high-volume vaccine clinic at Cerner in North Kansas City.
- Missouri residents in any phase may complete this form.
- Individuals who completed this form and are prioritized within the current tiers will receive invitations to make an appointment.
- Please check your spam/junk email folders.
- If you completed the previous form for Clay County Public Health Center and have not been contacted, please submit this Operation Safe form.
Ready for You
The need for healthcare doesn’t stop because of a virus. Don’t delay your medical care.
Safety is our number one priority. We have established processes for prompt check-in and limited wait times to ensure proper social distancing.
-Raghu Adiga, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Infectious Disease Specialist
If you are having an emergency, need to schedule a procedure or want to see your doctor, it is safe to visit our hospital and clinics.
- When you arrive, you will see social distancing, rigorous cleaning, masking and temperature checks.
- Patients undergoing certain procedures may be required to have a COVID test. Testing will be conducted at the drive-thru site by the Doctors Building. Patients will be notified by phone if a test is required.
- All patients being admitted to the hospital will be tested.
- Primary care and specialty clinics offer both in-person visits and telehealth visits to accommodate patient preferences.
- We have arranged our waiting areas to facilitate social distancing.
- Entrances into the hospital will remain limited, and screenings upon entry, including temperature checks, will continue.
- Everyone entering our buildings are required to wear masks, which can be provided, if needed.
Visiting hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
All patients and visitors will be screened at the door, including a temperature check.
2 visitors per day, per patient. Visitors may be at the same time; however, the two visitors may not rotate with other visitors on the same day. Clergy is considered a visitor.
- Minors may have 2 designated visitors
- NO visitors for COVID patients or those suspected of having COVID
- Exception: COVID end-of-life patients may have 1 visitor for 30 minutes
- Non-COVID end-of-life – 2 visitors
- Clergy is considered a visitor
- No pets – Service animals may have restrictions
- No visitors 14 and younger
- Appointments - 1 visitor may accompany patient
- Surgeries/procedures - 2 visitors
- 1 labor partner
- 1 additional visitor 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- 1 visitor anytime while in ER
If admitted, visitor may accompany patient to the
room 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. only.
Following are general guidelines for visitors:
- Visitors must dress appropriately and must wear shirts, shoes and masks
- Please keep visits brief.
- Visitors must maintain a quiet environment and avoid unnecessary noise.
- Visitors may be asked to leave the patient’s room during tests or treatments, or when the doctor or nurse needs to see the patient.