Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Visitation Restrictions

Visitation restrictions are in effect at all Med Center Health hospitals and Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care.

See Med Center Health’s response to COVID-19 on our Coronavirus Update page.


“I took my first vaccine around 12 weeks, so I was about at the second trimester, and after consulting with my physician we both felt that was important to protect not only myself but as well the health of the unborn child at that point. I felt confident that my physician would recommend the best thing for me and that’s what she’s there for — that’s why I trusted her to lead me down that path, and we talked about it several times before I did that.

“It’s definitely safe to get it. It’s been very comforting throughout the pandemic to know that you have some protection – not only for yourself, but you just don’t know…I just had the thought of if I get COVID what will that do to the child, will I be able to continue to carry up until term. And now, I’m just – I’m 39 weeks and 3 days; so, you know, I’ve made it and been protected thus far.”

Shelby Harwood

Med Center Health Vaccine Clinic Update
The COVID-19 vaccine and booster are available at Medical Center Urgentcare located at 291 New Towne Drive in Bowling Green for those 12 and older. For those under 12, the vaccine is available at Med Center Health Primary Care Bowling Green.