What You Should Know About Corona Virus (COVID-19)
NorthShore Health Center is taking the COVID-19 Pandemic very seriously. During these challenging times, we assure you that we are staying true to our mission and will continue to care for our community. There may be some visible changes as we have made adjustments to our registration procedures. Please be patient as we are working very hard to keep all patients, employees and visitors safe.
What NorthShore Health Centers is Doing
- NorthShore Health Center is diligently monitoring all updates and recommendations for protocols provided by the CDC and local public health officials.
- Leadership and Management is meeting frequently to stay on top of our patients’ care and employee health.
- Informing and training our employees so they can best serve all patients.
- We are asking all patients that call our health center to make appointments if they have questions about their current state of health.
- NorthShore Health Centers’ facilities staff has escalated the range and frequency of sanitation at all of our clinics.
- We are suspending all public large group events.
- Adjusting registration procedures for all patients and visitors so we can protect everyone’s health.
What You Can Do If You Have Symptoms
- If you are sick and would like to see a provider, please call 219-763-8112 to make an appointment. PLEASE CALL BEFORE coming into the clinic if you are sick.
- Answer all questions the staff asks. This is for your safety and for the safety of everyone in the clinic.
Resources from the CDC regarding Prevention, Risk Factors Symptoms, and Treatment Recommendations
If you plan on visiting urgent care, PLEASE CALL 219-962-9999 FIRST if you are experiencing a cough, fever and have traveled within the last 14 days OR have had direct contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
If you are scheduled for a dental procedure, PLEASE CALL 219-962-9999 FIRST if you’re feeling sick. All dental patients who are feeling sick with respiratory symptoms will be rescheduled once they are well and symptom free. Any *immunocompromised dental patient should delay dental visits until the risk of exposure has passed.