COVID-19 Resource Center


Johnson Memorial Health continues to treat COVID-19 patients here at the hospital. We have a plan in place for patient surge, pandemic events and other emergencies. We actively participate in infection control efforts and regional patient safety coalitions. These networks serve us well in responding to any public health emergency across the health care continuum in partnership with federal, state, and local agencies.

JMH holds daily situational awareness meetings with key staff to share information and discuss whether our current plan of operations is sufficient or if changes are needed. We have evaluated supplies that might be needed and found that, in addition to our usual emergency preparation, we have a significant amount of extra supplies stocked at this time.

We urge our patients to take an active role in the prevention of all contagious diseases, including COVID-19. Actions everyone can take include social distancing, staying home, traveling only for needs such as groceries, the pharmacy, fuel, essential jobs and urgent medical care. For additional information, we recommend utilizing the Indiana State Department of Health’s dedicated webpage or CDC guidance to learn more. We also urge you to follow state and local announcements and our social media channels.

This Resource Center also will be updated regularly as more information becomes available.

Johnson Memorial Health Franklin Indiana


Hoosiers age 16 and older can make an appointment to be vaccinated for COVID-19 by going to or calling 211. When arriving at Johnson Memorial Health's Franklin campus for your vaccination appointment, please park in Blue Lot H off West Jefferson Street and enter through the old emergency department entrance, Building 1125 W.  SEE MAP



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Johnson Memorial Health is among the selected locations in Johnson County for administering the COVID-19 vaccinations. This is being coordinated by the Johnson County Department of Health and the Indiana State Department of Health. Here are answers to the most common questions about the program. 


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Change to Visitation Policy

Effective February 9, 2021

In an on-going effort to balance the benefits of having patient visitors with the safety of patients, visitors and staff, Johnson Memorial Health is amending its current visitation policy. To maximize patient safety, the following procedures/policies will be in place:

COVID Positive Patient Visitors

Visitor allowed only when given special permission by staff.

Inpatient Visitors


Visiting hours are 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

One designated visitor must enter through the Main Entrance, be screened for Covid-19 symptoms, wear a face mask, and wear a visitor badge that cannot be shared or used for more than one day. Visitors may leave and return.

Visitors must check-in at the nurse’s station on the unit where they will be recorded as the designated visitor for that day.

Medical/Surgical Unit, Critical Care Unit/Progressive Care Unit

One designated visitor allowed during visiting hours.

Maternity Center

One designated visitor allowed throughout the visit. (No limitation on visiting hours)


ALL visitors must be screened for COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival at all entrances.

Visitors are required to bring and wear their own face-covering/mask.

Emergency Department

One visitor allowed throughout the visit.


One visitor allowed throughout the visit.

Johnson Memorial Physician Office and Services Visits

Women’s Health Office

One visitor allowed for an ultrasound visit. One visitor if the patient needs assistance. No children may accompany adult appointments.

Orthopedics and Surgical Specialists Office

One visitor if patient needs assistance. If patient is a minor, one legal guardian is allowed. No children may accompany adult appointments.

Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Offices

One visitor if the patient needs assistance. No children may accompany adult appointments.

Pediatrics Office

One legal guardian is allowed. Limit additional children-please make this arrangement prior to the office visit.

Other Outpatient Services

One visitor if the patient needs assistance.

Please Note

This measured and cautious approach is aimed to maintain the safest environment possible.

No visitors under the age of 18; visitors are required to bring and wear their own face-covering/mask.

JMH will continue screening all visitors to determine if they are at risk for COVID-19 or other communicable diseases. Those who do not pass screenings will not be permitted in the hospitals. All visitors will be required to wear a mask, practice social distancing and good handy hygiene by frequently washing hands with warm, soapy water.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, these current recommendations are subject to change in order to create the safest environments possible for patients, visitors and staff. While JMH works to maintain the safest environment possible, we appreciate the understanding, flexibility and cooperation of the community.


Our JMH frontline workers face many challenges with the Covid-19 pandemic. We also know our community appreciates everyone who supports our patient care. That is why we wanted to offer you an opportunity to tell them how much you appreciate them.


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Johnson County, Indiana

Johnson Memorial Hospital


1125 West Jefferson Street
Franklin, IN 46131

Scheduling and Hours

Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.

By Appointment Only

Testing Requirements

An order from a Johnson Memorial provider is required. Tests are offered for surgical and pulmonary function testing clearance for medical interventions occurring at Johnson Memorial Health. Otherwise limited to symptomatic patients actively being managed by a Johnson Memorial Health physician or advanced practice provider. Must have order and scheduled time. All scheduling occurs through Johnson Memorial Health.

Note: Due to testing supply shortages, JMH will NOT test those without symptoms who have been sent home from their school or workplace.

Payment Options

Insurance or Self-Pay.

Contact Information

Please contact your JMH provider’s office for more details. 

Windrose Health Network
Mobile Testing Unit

Windrose Health Network Clinic Sites
Call for schedule

Scheduling and Hours

Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Preferably by Appointment, Will Accept Walk-ins

Testing Requirements

Testing unit does not have restrictions or specific requirements.

Payment Options

WHN is not collecting payments upfront but will bill patients for any balances due not covered by their insurance or the CARES Act Coronavirus Treatment Fund.

Contact Information



Johnson County Health Department
and Emergency Medical Services Collaborative


Johnson County Fairgrounds
250 Fairground Street
Franklin, IN 46131

Note: Best entrance to use is on Morton Street

Scheduling and Hours

Monday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

September 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 

No appointment needed, just drive up to the testing site.

Testing Requirements

No specific requirements, no residency requirements. 

Payment Options

No charge for testing.

Contact Information

Telephone number and website to be announced.  

ISDH/Optum Testing Site


Johnson County Armory
325 Minuteman Way
Franklin, IN 46131

Scheduling and Hours

Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

This site may close early on days with high temperatures. 

By Appointment Only on Website

Testing Requirements

No testing requirements. By appointment. Walk-ins welcome, but individuals can preregister online in advance to save time. Testing is open to anyone age one and older who lives or works in Indiana.

Payment Options

Hoosiers will not be charged for testing and insurance is not required. If you have private health insurance, please bring that information with you.

Contact Information



Walmart Parking Lot,
Emerson Avenue and I-65


1133 North Emerson Avenue
Greenwood, IN 46143

Scheduling and Hours

Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.

By Appointment Only on Website 

Testing Requirements

Anyone who meets CDC and state and local guidelines on who should be tested. Includes first responders, health care providers and others with symptoms of COVID-19 and those in high-risk groups without symptoms.

Payment Options

At no cost to the individual.

Contact Information



Other Testing Sites in Indiana



The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Indiana State Department of Health provide real-time updates about COVID-19 on their websites. 



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Willow Cafe Dining Area Open

The Willow Café indoor dining area has been opened.

We have situated tables and chairs to accommodate social distancing and have tried to model what other restaurants and dining rooms are doing.

You will see blue tape, which is marked where chairs have been removed. We also ask that chairs not be moved from table to table.

Nutrition Staff are scheduled to routinely clean and sanitize the tables, chairs and touchpoints throughout the dining room during peak meal periods.

Please continue to dispose of your own trash and use the hand sanitizer provided.

Please do not remove the sanitizer bottles from the tables or countertops.

Breastfeeding Support Group Canceled

In light of the new recommended restrictions for COVID-19, we have decided to cancel the traditional Breastfeeding Support Group until further notice. Mothers can contact the Lactation Office for questions or concerns. We can make individual appointments for lactation visits and/or weight checks as needed.

More Information: 317.736.2698

Main Admissions Hours Changed

Effective immediately, the temporary hours of the JMH hospital admissions department will be from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you need to register before or after these hours, go directly to laboratory services or radiology departments for assistance.

Sick Clinic, Family Medicine Updates

The JMH Sick Clinic is now in 1159 Building, Suite 101. To schedule an appointment, call 317.736.6133.

Physicals, wellness exams and other provider appointments have returned to their normal offices. Our Family Medicine practice has resumed normal office activity at their regular locations.

Please be assured that you will continue to receive consistent, high-quality care no matter which location you visit. If you wish to schedule a “virtual” visit through your desktop computer or mobile device, we will be offering those as well.

These measures are being taken on a temporary basis with the goal of mitigating potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Our goal is to provide outstanding care while keeping you and our caregivers as safe as possible.

JMH Not Taking Plasma Donations

Johnson Memorial Health is not taking plasma donations of recovered Covid-19 patients at any of our locations. Blood donation centers such as Versiti and Red Cross, as well as the commercial plasma centers like Biolife, are accepting them. 


What Are The Symptoms?

The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure: Fever, cough and shortness of breath. Get attention immediately if you have difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse and/or bluish lips or face.

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What Should I Do If I Get Sick?

You should contact your healthcare provider by telephone before going to the emergency room or physician's office. More information about local testing will become available soon. There are precautions you should take immediately.

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How Does It Spread?

The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person, especially between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet) and through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

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How Many Cases Have Been Reported?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is updating this information daily. As more testing becomes available, health officials anticipate an increasing number of positive diagnoses. You can find the numbers on the CDC website.

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Should I Travel Right Now?

Crowded travel settings, like airports, may increase your risk of exposure to COVID-19 if there are other travelers that are infected. There are several things you should consider when deciding whether it is safe for you to travel.

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How Should I Manage Stress and Anxiety About COVID-19?

Fear and anxiety about a pandemic can be overwhelming. Connect with family, friends, and others in your community. Take care of yourself and each other, and know when and how to seek help.

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