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Coronavirus Update


Beginning March 23, 2020: In an effort to keep staff and customers as safe as possible during this time, our lobbies are temporarily closed to any business that can be conducted through the Drive-Up/Walk-Up or through our other eServices. If you cannot conduct your banking transaction through the Drive-Up, please call 877-647-5050 to be assisted.


MidAmerica National Bank cares about the safety and well-being of our customers, employees, and the communities we serve, especially amid concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and our thoughts are with those who have been impacted. We are actively monitoring day-to-day developments and have raised awareness and education among employees on the best practices to prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

As much as we enjoy seeing you face-to-face at our branches, we know at this time you may prefer to minimize your daily interactions. We completely understand and want to remind you of the many ways we can serve you.

We are ready to work with those experiencing financial difficulty as a result of this situation, and are taking the necessary steps to avoid potential disruptions of service to our customers. If you are a current customer of MidAmerica National Bank and encounter hardship as a result of the Coronavirus, please call our Customer Service Department at 877-647-5050 during normal banking hours. We will continue to monitor the situation to determine potential extension or expansion of available assistance, and we will continue to communicate these decisions with you.

While it is impossible for anyone to predict the spread of the Coronavirus and fully understand its impact, it does not alter our focus on continuing to serve you. We have the people, technology, products, and services to do just that. Thanks for allowing us to be “Your Bank for Life”.

To learn how you can protect yourself against the spread of the Coronavirus, please visit the Center for Disease Control’s website.

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