Providence and our affiliated partners has many options for testing and screening for COVID-19 based on your symptoms. Use the link below to find an appropriate testing option.Testing Options
See a health care provider without going to a doctor’s office. Our virtual visit services can treat and diagnose through online video and phone appointments.
See a health care provider today at a convenient neighborhood urgent or ExpressCare clinic, now open with extended hours, 7 days a week.
Appointments can be scheduled by video, phone or in-person with a provider. Call your provider's office to discuss your needs.
If you are experiencing symptoms and are in need of additional COVID-19 screening, please click to learn more about our testing options.
Your Safety is Our Priority
So much has changed in a world with COVID-19. For us, this means a new landscape in how we deliver care, but with the same commitment to your health and safety that we’ve always had. Click the link below for more information.
Additional protocols we’ve put in place to protect your health and ours.
SCREENING. We conduct routine coronavirus symptom screening on patients, visitors and employees.
MASKING. Our facilities have adopted policies that align with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
DISTANCING. We’re taking steps to ensure appropriate distance between you and other patients, visitors and staff.
SANITIZING. Our staff are regularly cleaning waiting areas and exam rooms in between visits, and hand sanitizer stations are located throughout our facilities.
SEPARATING. COVID patients, as well as those caring for them, are safely isolated.
VISITORS. We are limiting people coming into our facilities. This helps maintain appropriate physical distancing and reduces spread of germs.
VIRTUAL VISITS. For on-demand and routine medical care, we offer virtual visits – a reliable way to see your provider from the comfort your own home.
Vaccinations are a critical step toward reducing COVID-19 infections and saving lives in our communities. That’s why Providence and our family of organizations are committed to doing our part to vaccinate health care professionals, patients and the public. Currently, vaccine distribution and eligibility are determined by federal, state and county health authorities. Click the button below to learn more about vaccine eligibility and availability in your community.
We understand the stress the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our communities and the impact quarantine may be having on your mental and physical health. Whether it’s tips on working from home, the importance of physical exercise, the value of community and so much more, we're connecting you to resources to help you through this challenging time.
Community Resources Near You
Many of us are finding that living through a pandemic is challenging. Find resources in your state to help with the following issues:
- Struggling to cope
- Child abuse
- Domestic violence
- Health insurance enrollment
- Food for your family
- Other basic needs, including jobs, housing and clothing
Resources to Help You Cope
Working from home requires a different mindset. Learning how to homeschool kids requires new skills. Maintaining a healthy diet requires discipline. In the links below, we hope you find some inspiration.
- Working From Home
Embracing a new work style and staying productive at home can be challenging and stressful. Set routines. Establish a dedicated office space. Connect with colleagues and friends through video. We’ll get through this together.
- Resources For Kids
Keeping kids engaged can be difficult. We are all teachers now – not the profession, but conceptually. We – parents, relatives, neighbors, friends – are stepping up to help elevate the next generation. Our goal is to provide you with the resources to help guide your way.
- Healthy Eating
The potential to compromise what we feed our bodies is heightened during stressful situations. It’s important to monitor your eating habits, and strive to keep a balanced diet. We’ve gathered some tips to help you keep up a healthy eating routine.