Coronavirus: What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues and public health authorities instruct seniors to stay at home, you may have questions and concerns about how to best care for yourself right now. We want to inform you, and help keep you safe and healthy. Primary care remains critical during this time. Oak Street Health is here for you, always. Our telephone and video appointments will help stop the spread of the virus while providing you with high-quality primary care.

We’ve provided answers below to common questions, and are also available 247 at (844) 871‑5651 to answer further questions or talk to you about becoming an Oak Street Health patient.

Updates

March 27, 2020


To protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19, TAKE 5”:

  1. Stay at home. 
  2. Wash your hands
  3. Stick to your care plan. Call Oak Street Health at 844 – 871‑5651 if you’re in need of a primary care provider
  4. Call Oak Street Health if you’re feeling sick or need help.
  5. Do not visit the emergency room unless you’re experiencing a medical emergency.

March 19, 2020


Oak Street Health Launches Telehealth Visits

To help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep our patients and the communities we serve safe, we’ve launched telehealth visits with Oak Street Health providers. Learn more about what you can expect from a telehealth visit here.

We’re Here For You

As always, your health is our top priority and we’re committed to supporting you. For more information, please visit the CDC’s Coronavirus 2019 page or call us at (844) 871‑5651.

A nurse carefully explained proper hand washing techniques and daily practices that will help protect us from the Coronavirus. They have bottles of antivirus hand cleaners and disposable wipes right at the entrance/​exits. My transport van was also clean and disinfected. ”

Glenville Patient
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