Important Information


Updated January 25, 2022

Vaccine mandate update

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Message from Erol Akdamar

January 19, 2022

Updates from Medical City Healthcare President Erol Akdamar, FACHE and Chief Medical Officer Joseph Parra, MD, and Chief Nursing Executive Zach Mueller, DNP, RN.

Erol Akdamar's Update Message


Visitation policy

January 10, 2022

Medical City Healthcare visitation guidelines


Monoclonal antibody therapy

December 2, 2021

Learn about monoclonal antibody therapy


Statement regarding ivermectin

September 9, 2021

Medical City Healthcare hospitals rely on licensed physicians and clinicians who use their extensive training and experience to assess patient needs and determine the most appropriate course of treatment. We support our physicians by providing information and resources, including the latest research to help deliver the best possible care to our patients. Nationally, the rapid increase in utilization of ivermectin, including veterinary formulations, for unauthorized indications such as  COVID-19 has led to increased reports of severe illness associated with ivermectin. The FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19 and has issued a consumer update warning against ivermectin for COVID-19. Outside of current clinical trials, the FDA, CDC and the WHO discourage the use of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19.

For more information, download the Rapid Increase in Ivermectin Prescriptions and Reports of Severe Illness Associated with Use of Products Containing Ivermectin to Prevent or Treat COVID-19 from the HCA Patient Safety Organization site.


American Society for Reproductive Medicine Statement on the COVID-19 Vaccine

July 27, 2021

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine released a statement recommending that physicians counsel women about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine and that it does not impact fertility or fertility treatment outcomes. Vaccination either pre-conception or early during pregnancy is the best way to reduce maternal/fetal complications. Read the statement here.

Click here for answers to frequently asked questions and misperceptions about vaccines, including questions related to pregnant women and those planning to get pregnant.

COVID-19 Vaccine Myths Debunked


21st Century CURES Act

May 5, 2021

Get more information on the CURES Act


Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine information update

April 28, 2021

Get more information on the Janssen vaccine