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Keep yourself and your community safe.
If you need care, call us or use MyChart before you visit.
Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that can cause either mild illness, such as a cold, or can make people sick with pneumonia. The COVID-19 coronavirus is a new virus. Although there are no specific vaccines or treatments available now, medication and vaccine research is underway.
It is important to know that most people with COVID-19 will fully recover. People who are most at risk for severe illness are those who have health conditions including:
If you have one of these conditions, take extra precautions and call us if you notice any symptoms.
Because COVID-19 is new, we are learning new things every day. You should stay informed by visiting cdc.gov or nys.gov or call the New York Coronavirus hotline at 888-364-3065. Remember, not all of the information you may hear from other people or on the internet is true.
Call your health center if you have flu-like symptoms such as a fever, cough or shortness of breath. If you call first, we can prepare so we can take care of you and so it is less likely you will pass any illness to others. If you have difficulty breathing, call 911.
At this time, it is important to stay home as much as possible. You should only leave your home if you need medical attention or other necessities, like groceries. Pay attention to instructions from Governor Cuomo and local authorities. New York needs everyone to do their part to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Follow these steps to stay healthy:
If you have symptoms, please call us or use MyChart before you visit your health center. If you call first, we can prepare so we can take care of you and so it is less likely you will pass any illness to others. Call your health center if you have flu-like symptoms such as a fever, cough or shortness of breath. If you have difficulty breathing, call 911.
Our health centers are taking all necessary precautions to keep our patients and communities safe. Here’s what to expect at your next visit.
We are now offering telehealth visits by video or phone. Telehealth visits are secure and covered by most insurance plans. You don’t need any special equipment. To schedule a telehealth visit, call your health center. Online scheduling will be available soon.
We are now offering behavioral health care only by video visit or phone. If you are a current behavioral health patient (counseling or psychiatry), please don’t go to your health center. Your clinician will call you at the start time of your next appointment. Learn more about video and phone visits.
Remember that it’s important to get the care you need, especially if you have a chronic condition. Please don’t skip your appointment or let your medication run out because you are afraid to come in. Call us or use MyChart so we can help you get the care you need.