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. 

My PeaceHealth

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.

What type of care is best for me?

Not sure what type of care is best for you during the pandemic? Select your scenario below for our recommendation.

If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. All of our emergency departments are open and are following strict safety measures to prevent exposure to COVID-19.

For conditions that require immediate care, like allergies, burns and cuts, or cold and flu, you can be seen by video or in-person at any one of our urgent or same-day care clinics in your area. All clinics following strict safety measures to prevent exposure to COVID-19.

If you’re experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as cough or shortness of breath, use our online symptom checker to evaluate your symptoms. If your doctor thinks you need a test, you’ll get one. Find more information on COVID-19 here.

Evaluate your symptoms

If you need to reschedule an appointment, please call your provider or message them through the MyPeaceHealth app to receive next steps. They will advise you on whether you need to reschedule your in-person visit or if you can receive care through a video visit. If you do need to come in, do know that your safety is important to us and we are taking necessary safety precautions to prevent exposure to COVID-19.

Depending on your needs, you may be eligible for a virtual visit through video or phone call. Most of our primary care, urgent care and specialty providers are offering video visits. Learn more about video visits here.

Depending on your condition, you may be able to take some of your appointments at home via video visits. Please call your provider or message them through the MyPeaceHealth app for specific instructions. If you do need to come in, know that your safety is important to us and we are taking necessary safety precautions to prevent exposure to COVID-19.