With the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s hard to know where to go for care—in a way that keeps you, your loved ones and your fellow community members as safe as possible. That’s why we've created the below guidelines to support you.
Where to Go for Care
If you think you've been exposed to COVID-19, or you've developed symptoms associated with the virus (fever, cough and difficulty breathing),please call beforevisiting a medical facility.Proper screening and assessment will occur over the phone, and you'll be advised on next steps. These precautions are important, as they help protect others from being exposed to the virus.
Not sure? Call the MyUnityPoint nurse hotline (800)424-3258 24/7 to get all your questions answered.
Need more information? Visit our website to learn more about COVID-19 through educational articles and videos.
If you need care for illness NOT related to COVID-19, UnityPoint Health Virtual Urgent Care is $0 through April 30, 2020. Use this service for things like ear infections, headaches and allergies.
Stay Safe and Informed
What can I do to reduce the spread?
Physical distancing and proper hand washing are the best defense against COVID-19. Read What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus to learn more.
Where can I find up-to-date information?
Check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) websites. For local information, check with your local public health agencies.
- Iowa Department of Public Health
- Illinois Department of Public Health
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services
How do I contact my doctor if I have a concern?
Log in and securely message your doctor through the MyUnityPoint patient portal.