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COVID19

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COVID19: Center For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Caring For Someone At Home

April 7th, 2020

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an article on preventing the spread of COVID19 by first choosing to care at home. This article explains how to care for someone at home if they start to show signs of COVID19, what to monitor, and when to seek medical attention. Knowing this information can help identify serious symptoms and separate from those that should be cared for at home. 

COVID19: CBC News "Truths and Myths: What can and can't protect against COVID19"

APRIL 3rd, 2020

Article posted by CBC News listing the true ways to protect yourself from COVID19th, while revealing the ones that don’t actually work. 

Another article posted by CBC News that highlights the  crazy ‘home remedies’ people are using, like gargling salt, to protect themselves from COVID19.

Be sure you are doing your research and  practicing safety precautions that have been proven and tested as accurate protection tactics! 

COVID19: HOUSECALL DOCTORS INTRODUCES TELEMEDICINE VISITS

MARCH 31st, 2020

Housecall Doctors Medical Group is introducing a new option for our patients and clinicians to utilize during this time. We understand some of the concern for face to face visits, and although our first priority will be to complete a visit in person, we want to provide the option for Telemedicine visits  as another way to expand access to care during this time.  This will revolutionize senior’s ability to get care and we are excited to continue to innovate with our service offerings. Please continue to check this page for more information on this service as it develops 

 

COVID19: HOUSECALL DOCTORS MEDICAL GROUP ANNOUNCES INTERMITTENT HOUSECALLS FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING SENIORS

MARCH 23, 2020

We want to encourage any and all seniors to practice social distancing during this crucial time. In an effort to do so, we want to offer our services for any senior who is in need of an appointment with their primary care physician but is fearful of waiting rooms, large human interactions and virus exposure. This is offered to those who are 65+, have no signs or symptoms of COVID19, but need a visit for  active evaluation of clinical issues.   

Once the pandemic has ended, we will share information with primary care doctors   and  will communicate directly with patients, families and primary care physicians to facilitate a prompt return to office based care.   

We are aware that seniors are in the high risk category and want to be sure we do everything we can to support them and their ongoing care during this time. If you or any seniors you know are in need of intermittent housecall visits so they can practice social distancing, or if you have any questions regarding insurance coverage for our visits, please reach out to our office at: (800) 964- 4364 and we will be happy to help!

COVID19: WALL STREET JOURNAL "CORONA VIRUS LEAVES OLDER AMERICANS CUT OFF"

MARCH 20th, 2020

Article posted by the Wall Street Journal that explains the isolation from family, friends and social activities can take a toll on people age 65 and older. They explain different stories and provide solutions and coping tactics used by some seniors and families.  

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COVID19: HOUSECALL DOCTORS MEDICAL GROUP UPDATE

MARCH 16th 2020

Our top priority is to keep our patients as healthy as possible as we navigate through the rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We have implemented preventative and cautionary protocols to protect our patients and be providing services only within the comfort level of patients and clinicians.  If patients or clinicians do not feel comfortable holding visits, we will respect their wishes and visits will be postponed or rescheduled. Our overriding priorities will remain patient access, continuity, quality of care, and safety.  We will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and provide updates as necessary. If you have any questions or concerns please call our office at: (800) 964-4364

COVID19: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC) WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

MARCH 13th, 2020

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has gathered and listed information such as “How to Protect Yourself”, What You Need To Know”, and “Resources for the Community”