Due to the surge of COVID-19 in our region, we are taking additional precautions to help avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our health care facilities.
At this time, we are limiting the number of hospital visitors and care partners. Before going to the hospital, please check our latest visitation guidelines and Facebook page for daily updates.
We are unable to provide routine COVID-19 testing in our emergency department. Anyone seeking a COVID-19 test should use other resources, such as a home testing kit or an appointment at a retail pharmacy or a local testing facility.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Sibley Memorial Hospital has been proud to serve as a vaccine site for Washington, D.C., residents. As COVID-19 vaccines have become readily available throughout our community, we have seen a significant decline in community members coming to us to be vaccinated. Because of this, we have decided to stop offering community vaccinations. This will help ensure more vaccine doses are available for community sites.
To find a vaccine site close to you, please visit vaccines.gov.
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