Coronavirus Resource Center and Updates

Your safety is our top priority. Always.

Memorial Healthcare System is committed to the safety of our community as we monitor the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Florida. At this time, Memorial is continuing elective procedures for ambulatory, outpatient and those not requiring extensive stay or Intensive Care Unit care. Patients should contact their physician with any questions. Memorial will also continue to provide outpatient diagnostic procedures, including radiology and laboratory services, as well as outpatient rehabilitation.

Memorial Emergency Departments (ERs) are not community test sites. Please visit the Broward County COVID-19 page to find a testing site near you.

Monoclonal antibody therapy is available at many state sites. For more information visit

COVID-19 Vaccination

Learn about eligibility for the vaccine, appointments and FAQs.

Vaccine Update  

COVID-19 Testing

Need to be tested for COVID-19? Find testing sites near you.

Find local testing sites
Obtaining COVID-19 test results
COVID-19 symptom assessment

Monoclonal Antibody Infusion

Memorial currently has a limited supply of monoclonal antibody therapy for high-risk patients who meet the criteria. Monoclonal antibody therapy is also available at many state sites. 

Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Therapy 

Safety & Appointment Information

We want to reassure you that we can safely provide the care you and your family need.
We are here to continue to support you.

What to expect during your visit 

Visiting a Patient

Memorial has made changes to the visitation policy as a precautionary step to preserve the well-being of our patients and staff. Memorial’s extended COVID-19 visitation policy will follow Broward County’s risk level. Each risk level has a detailed visitation policy.

Learn about our current visitation policy

Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

Resources to help protect yourself and the community.

Go to resources page