Your coronavirus health and safety

Updated: March 10, 2022

**Masks and screenings are required by federal and state law in all health care facilities regardless of vaccine status.**

Our highly trained infection prevention practitioners work closely with state and federal health guidelines to make our hospital and clinics as safe as possible for everyone, no matter their health condition. At this time masking in our hospital and clinics is still required by federal and local authorities.

Our safety measures include:

  • Limiting in-person appointments: We offer virtual visits by video or phone whenever possible. This saves in-person visits for when you really need them.
  • Separating patients who might have COVID-19: We screen all incoming patients and employees for COVID-19 symptoms before anyone comes inside. Patients with COVID-19 symptoms are taken to isolated areas of the clinic or hospital and kept separate from other patients.
  • Restricting visitors: We are limiting visitors, so please visit our visitor restrictions page for the latest advisories. All visitors will be screened at the door and provided with infection prevention education.
  • Requiring masks: A surgical mask is required and can be provided at our entry. Everyone age 2 and older should wear a mask at all times, except if they have respiratory conditions that won’t allow this.
  • Keeping physical distance: Our waiting and common areas are arranged to encourage physical distancing.
  • Cleaning and disinfecting: Exam and patient rooms are cleaned between each patient visit, and common areas are cleaned multiple times each day.

Fighting coronavirus as a community

Learn more on our FAQ page or patient updates, or view Medicare FAQs regarding price transparency for COVID-19 testing.

Adventist Health continues to be in close contact with federal, state and local agencies to ensure that our patients, staff and medical providers receive the best possible care.

If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of respiratory disease, we encourage you to call your primary care doctor or nurse practitioner before coming to a clinic. You can also access our symptom checker in the lower right corner of this webpage.

Emergency servicesEmergency services
Our emergency room and urgent care clinics are open and ready to care for you. Emergencies happen — don’t delay your care.

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Use MyChart to access your clinic personal health record and MyAdventistHealth for your hospital services record. Both are available 24/7.

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