COVID & Vaccine
Liberty Hospital is part of Operation Safe - the high-volume vaccine clinic at Cerner in North Kansas City.
Operation Safe no longer is accepting new submissions to the interest form.
If you still wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19, please visit Clay County Public Health Center's Where to Get Vaccinated page for a list of other local vaccinators. All Missouri residents age 16 and older may receive a vaccine.
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.