Safe, Open and Ready

Staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic helps to stop the spread of the virus, but it may also mean delaying care for some people. Your health can’t wait.

In-clinic or video visits now available.

How to schedule an appointment

For your safety, we are offering both video visits and in-person visits. Your provider can help determine which appointment is best for you. 

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Message your provider or schedule a video or in-person visit all within the MyPeaceHealth app.
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Call your provider

Search our provider directory to find the phone number for your provider's office. Call direct to schedule a video or in-person visit.

PeaceHealth's safety measures

PeaceHealth remains committed to providing the care our patients depend on. There are several steps we have taken at all medical centers and clinics to keep you safe when you visit. View our safety measures.

Not ready to come in? A video visit might be right for you.

Video visits are a convenient and quick way of catching up with your doctor. You can access the appointment whether you’re at home or on-the-go, from any computer, tablet or mobile device.

So when is a video visit preferred over an in-person visit? It can be confusing to know, especially for people who've never experienced a video visit prior to the pandemic. 

This simple flow chart will help you decide which appointment is best suited for your specific health needs.


Start OverShould I schedule an in-person visit or a video visit?

Answer these questions so you can schedule the appointment that's right for you today.

Have you sustained a serious injury, or are you experiencing sudden chest pain, dizziness, or shortness of breath?

Are you up to date on your immunizations?

Have you received your flu shot?

Do you have any chronic conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis, or heart disease?

Have you sustained any injuries or undiagnosed illnesses since your last checkup?

Are you due for a mammogram, colonoscopy, or other preventive screening?

Go to your nearest emergency room or call 911. You may require immediate care.

Call or message your primary care physician’s office. They can let you know of any vaccines that may be needed at this time.

Schedule an in-person visit. Maintaining vaccine schedules is important for keeping your whole self healthy.

Schedule an in-person visit. You can get your flu shot as part of a regular checkup, reducing the chances of facing serious complications from the flu.

Call or message your primary care physician’s office. They can tell you if an in-person visit is necessary to monitor your condition.

Schedule a video visit, but your physician may want to follow up with an in-person visit. In-person care follow-ups resulting from a video visit diagnosis are often done at no cost.

Schedule an in-person visit and make note of the screening you need to ensure the right appointment is made.

Call or message your primary care physician’s office. They can let you know if you are due to receive any screenings.

It sounds like a video visit is right for you. They are a quick, easy, and convenient way to check all the boxes on your health and wellness.

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