Coronavirus Preparedness

Recognizing that we live in a global community, and as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak develops and officials learn more about the virus, Mount Nittany Health is closely monitoring the situation and staying prepared by following the most current guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and others. We are also committed to keeping you informed about Coronavirus and what matters most to you.

Cautious yet flexible: Mount Nittany Health maintains stability, but challenges remain as COVID-19 cases rise

As COVID-19 cases in Centre County have risen dramatically – with approximately 2,500 new cases reported since the beginning of September – Mount Nittany Health continues its commitment to your safety while looking ahead to challenges that remain on the horizon. Click here to learn more about our commitment to remain strong when our community needs us most.

We are here and open for you.

Getting the care you need, when you need it, matters. That’s why we’re here to continue to deliver advanced care with compassion that you can count on. You can feel confident that we’ve taken steps to ensure your safety while you trust us with your care.

Mount Nittany Health COVID-19 Community Hotline: 814.231.7111

Mount Nittany Health has a dedicated COVID-19 hotline available to the community: 814.231.7111. The COVID-19 hotline will be answered daily from 7:00 am – 11:00 pm.


Download the free COVID Alert PA app to add your phone in the fight against COVID-19. Get exposure alerts without compromising your privacy or personal information. Downloading the app is voluntary, but the more Pennsylvanians that use the app, the more successful our efforts will be to stop the spread of COVID-19. Learn More. 

To the doctors, nurses and hospital staff on the front lines, thank you.


Thanking our healthcare heroes

To showcase our community’s appreciation for our doctors, nurses and hospital staff during this unprecedented time, we are pleased to announce a new virtual gratitude website, The virtual gratitude board allows community members to post their notes, images and videos of encouragement and thanks to our staff. Viewers can also share posts on the board with popular social media sites like Facebook and Instagram.

Mount Nittany Medical Center celebrates discharge of coronavirus patient

On May 1, 2020, Mount Nittany Medical Center discharged one of its first COVID-19 patients, marking a significant milestone in Mount Nittany Health’s mission to make people healthier. Read the full article here.

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