This is an unprecedented time, but we’re here for you. We have built our reputation navigating unchartered waters and are proud to be on the frontline of defense.

During the COVID-19 crisis, our patients and their families remain our priority. To ensure access to care while minimizing potential COVID-19 exposure, we’re working closely with internal experts, hospital partners and health care authorities at the national, state and county levels to implement and adapt care protocols in real time. Despite this global pandemic, we’re also focused on the future; we’re working collaboratively across the continuum of care to better understand ─ and reduce ─ the impact of COVID-19 on the patients we serve.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with various resources and information on travel, protecting yourself and COVID-19 vaccines in the United States.

Virtual Care

Our clinicians have long relied on telehealth to remove barriers and build bridges to world-class care. We are well prepared to support our hospital partners, referring physicians and patients with proven virtual care solutions during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, including crisis triage.

Telemedicine Solutions   

Resources for parents & patients

If you or a family member has an upcoming appointment with one of our physicians, rest assured, we are taking appropriate steps to help ensure your safety. With a presence in 39 states, each of our practices tailors an approach appropriate for its region, following guidance from the CDC as well as local public health agencies and hospital partners. Safety protocols may include:

  • Transition to virtual care, if appropriate
  • Screening protocols prior to clinic entry
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) inventory management and allocation
  • Adherence to the CDC’s travel guidelines to reduce potential staff exposure
  • Modification of patient schedules and/or clinic hours to enable social distancing
  • Temporary visitor restrictions, depending on the care setting
  • Routine decontamination of work spaces, equipment and patient areas

If you have a question about your appointment, concerns about possible COVID-19 exposure or symptoms, please call your physician’s office directly.

How-To Telehealth Resources

CDC Resources

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