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Beginning on Monday, March 30, The Bellevue Hospital’s outpatient lab draws will have abbreviated hours from 6 a.m.- Noon, Monday through Friday at an alternative location, Bellevue Recovery and Support Services (B.R.A.S.S.), 1400 W. Main Street, Suite D, Bellevue.  “This is another proactive...
Working together as a community is something that Bellevue knows well, but as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) begins to ramp up in Ohio that sense of community has grown stronger.  “The Bellevue Hospital has been working diligently to put contingency plans in place to prepare for coronavirus (COVID-19)...
  On Friday, March 20, The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) announced that the TBH Main Station Café would begin offering carry out meals for pickup on Monday. TBH officials have decided not to begin this service and it has been suspended. “While our hearts were in the right place and we want to be able to...
As part of proactive measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), beginning today, March 19, patients arriving at The Bellevue Hospital’s Emergency Department will notice a new process for evaluating patients.  All patients coming to the Emergency Department will drive up to the main...
Effective, Monday, March 16, The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) has updated their visitor restrictions.    Visitor restrictions: No visitors permitted in the inpatient areas. Visitor exceptions will be considered based on end-of-life situations.  Patients in Family Birthing Center are permitted two...
The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) announced today, March 12, that it will be setting more restrictions in place at the hospital to minimize the spread of flu-like illnesses.  “With the report of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio and a heightened flu season, we see enough reason to be cautious and to...
The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) continues to monitor the trends and spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Currently there are no COVID-19 confirmed cases locally in Bellevue’s four-county area. “We continue to be conscientious in our efforts to protect our patients and community from the spread of...
In response to the confirmed cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Ohio, The Bellevue Hospital has decided to cancel the Mature Audience Luncheon scheduled today in Clyde and next week's luncheon in Bellevue.  The Clyde luncheon was scheduled for today, March 10 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00...
To help reduce the spread of influenza and influenza-like illness, The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) has announced temporary visitor restrictions, effective immediately.  TBH requests children under the age of 18 not visit patient care areas in the hospital. In addition, anyone who is sick witha fever,...
          The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) welcomes Matthew P. Noyes, M.D., to its active medical staff.             Dr. Noyes, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, will begin seeing patients on Tuesday, March 3 at The Reconstruction Institute in Bellevue.             He received his Bachelor of...
The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) is excited to launch its popular Mature Audience Luncheon in a new location in Clyde, Ohio starting in March.  The hospital’s Mature Audience Luncheon has been a monthly service offered to the community for over 30 years. The program, for individuals age 55 and older,...
The Bellevue Hospital Foundation made Valentine’s Day a memorable experience for Kay Gooslin of Fremont, Ohio as her name was drawn as the grand prize winner in the 10th annual “Is Your Heart Set on a Vette” Corvette Raffle. The winning ticket was #532. Video of the raffle can be seen below. ...