Don’t delay healthcare - your safety is our priority


In this article: 

  • It’s important to continue your routine checkups or special procedures during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Covenant Health hospitals and clinics are taking every precaution to keep you safe and healthy.

  • Covenant Health offers virtual visits from the comfort of your home.

Maintaining your health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is important. Whether you need a routine medical check-up, think you may be sick, or need to schedule a procedure that was delayed, it’s important to see a doctor.

At Covenant Health, we’re taking all the necessary precautions to keep you (and our staff) safe, and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Our dedicated team is facing a new normal, one that includes a different way to deliver healthcare. But one thing remains constant: Your health and safety are our top priority. 

Discover the seven safety steps we’re taking to protect your health (and ours) and help you feel confident and comfortable while getting the healthcare you need.



Get relevant, up-to-date information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) from Covenant.


Find a doctor

We want you to feel safe getting the care you need, when you need it. Whether you require an in-person visit or want to consult with a doctor virtually, you have options. Covenant Virtual Health connects you face-to-face with a provider who can review your symptoms, provide instruction and follow-up as needed. If you need to find a doctor, you can use our provider directory to search for one in your area.

Don’t delay getting healthcare. Discover the 7 steps we’re taking to keep you safe and healthy during COVID-19. It’s our pledge to you.

This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professional's instructions.


COVID-19 News & Updates

Get the latest COVID-19 news, important information and updates from health care providers and experts.

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Providence was recognized by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA) for our commitment to scaling telehealth services throughout the pandemic and providing services to millions of patients.
Sherene Schlegel, Executive Director of Telehealth Clinical Operations spoke at a mHealth Intelligence panel on digital health literacy, in particular, among underserved populations.