This is and will be a continually changing process as we learn more about how to prevent infection and treat infection.
For those with symptoms of COVID-19: COVID-19 can present with many symptoms. If you think you may have COVID-19, please schedule a telemedicine visit. If testing or further evaluation is needed, we will instruct you during your visit how this will be done in a safe manner. If you have COVID-19 symptoms, DO NOT physically enter our building. Also, we do not provide “walk-in” services for COVID-19 or any other issues during this time. This is important to prevent further exposure risk.
For information on COVID-19 vaccines: Please keep updated on public health announcements put out by our state and local health departments. For more information please visit:
For people without symptoms but exposed to COVID-19: These guidelines are subject to change. As a general rule, current guidelines recommend quarantine for 10 days after exposure. This can be shortened to 7 days if a COVID-19 test was done and negative on day 5. Monitoring for symptoms must continue for the full 14 days. For more information, please visit:
We currently do not have enough testing available to test people without symptoms. If you have been exposed but have no symptoms or just desire testing, please visit:
For travel COVID-19 testing: We currently do not have enough testing available to test those that desire testing for travel. To get this testing performed please visit: If there is a timing issue regarding needing to get results back within a specified time limit, please schedule a telemedicine visit, there are a couple of centers that will provide them within a time guarantee but a provider will need to meet with you to get this order done.
For people diagnosed with COVID-19, quarantine guidelines: These guidelines are subject to change. As of 12/3/2020, current guidelines for those at home with illness recommend a minimum quarantine of 10 days. Infected individuals must ALSO have no fever, without fever reducing medications, for a minimum of 24 hours and also demonstrate improving symptoms. For more information, please visit: