COVID-19: New Protocols. Same Promise.

Our new normal is still putting your health and safety first.

COVID-19: Vaccine Updates

Covenant is currently providing COVID-19 vaccines to our health care workers as well as high-risk individuals. These vaccines are limited and distribution is based on state of Texas and federal requirements. Other organizations contracted by the government are helping to vaccinate those who are 65 and older and people with certain medical conditions. Learn more.

Please contact your Covenant Medical Group primary care physician or visit the Texas Dept. of State Health Services site to see if you qualify for a vaccine at this time.

Rest assured, your health and well-being remain our highest priority. As soon as the distribution details are finalized in our local communities, we’ll reach out to our eligible patients and the public in a timely manner, and as supplies allow. Until then, there is no need to contact our offices to schedule a vaccine appointment.

But, don’t wait to learn more about this safe and effective vaccine. Here are some informational resources to help you learn more. 

Thank you for continuing to do your part to keep our communities safe by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and washing your hands frequently. Stay safe and be well.  

Safe In-Person & Virtual Appointments

Whether you need attention for something minor or major, we’ve put in place additional protocols to make sure you feel comfortable and confident every time you seek care.

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7 Steps to Safety

Learn about our seven safety steps to protect your health, and ours, when you’re here with us.

Get Tested

If you are experiencing symptoms and are in need of additional COVID-19 screening, please click to learn more about our testing options.

See Your Doctor

Telehealth (by video or telephone) and in-person visits can be scheduled with your provider. Schedule online or call your provider’s office to discuss your needs.

Download our updated visitor policy

News & Information from Covenant Health

At Covenant Health in West Texas and eastern New Mexico, our commitment to safety is unwavering. Our patients, our caregivers and our community expect nothing less. Meeting the challenge of COVID-19 has strengthened that commitment as we’ve created layers of protection for everyone in our hospitals and clinics.

Know where to go if you are seeking treatment
Effective immediately, ALL Aetna products will be IN-NETWORK for ALL Covenant/Grace Providers and Hospitals!
Updated visitor policies across the Covenant Health family of ministries.
Information, risks and benefits of COVID-19 and the COVID-19 Vaccine for pregnant people.

News From Across Our Organization

Covenant Health is part of a health network that spans the western United States. Get important information and updates from our organization's experts and researchers.

A new study published in the Transplant Infectious Diseases could provide help for the shortage of donated organs by using an organs from a SARS-CoV-2-positive donor.
A Providence study released online in the Journal of the American Medical Association sheds new light on the added benefit of a booster dose of a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine among previously vaccinated.
Institute for Systems Biology-led study finds several warning factors.
ISB-led study shows unvaccinated pregnant people with COVID-19 are more likely to have poor birth outcomes even if they did not experience severe respiratory problems during infection.
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Honor Our Frontline Caregivers

Thank you to all caregivers

We want to thank all the frontline healthcare workers that have been actively helping in this crisis. We, and our patients, want you to know that we are grateful for all our heroes, the medical and support teams working around the clock to help in this time of need. We asked people to send thank you messages and this is where you can see them.

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