Non-Urgent Medical Appointments
Most healthcare providers are able to offer telemedicine for all healthcare appointments that do not require in-person attendance.
If you are concerned about the risk of exposure from attending medical appointments in-person at a healthcare facility, speak with your healthcare provider. Your provider can go over the safety measures implemented by your designated healthcare facility, help you evaluate benefits vs. risks, potentially adjust the length of time between treatments, and help you set up a plan that is right for you.
Getting your medication
Certain medications can be ordered and delivered by mail. Others can be obtained by pharmacy drive-through to reduce the chance of exposure.
Note: Pharmacies and healthcare practices are considered essential services and remain open during shelter-in-place ordinances. Call your doctor or pharmacy to find out about changes in hours or operations.