A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the best thing we can do is stay informed. Vaccination and booster doses continue to be the best method of preventing severe COVID-19 illness.
On January 14, 2022, the CDC released new masking recommendations, and in response, we have updated our masking policy in all our clinics. As of January 25, 2022, cloth masks are no longer an acceptable option. Masks are still a requirement to enter any of The Jane Pauley Community Health Center clinics, but the only masks that meet the standard for safety in our clinics are the KN95 and Surgical masks. If you do not have a KN95 or Surgical mask when entering our clinics, one will be provided to you by our staff.
Thank you for your understanding as our teams strive to provide the best clinical care and COVID-19 diagnosis based on the reported symptoms. Together, we can help slow the spread and keep you and your family as safe and healthy as possible.
We appreciate your patience as we all continue to navigate this COVID-19 situation.
We encourage our patients to check the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Indiana state resources for practical care advice.
We also recommend checking with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and our Indiana state resources:
Per current CDC guidelines:
- Everyone 5 years of age and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
- Everyone ages 16 and older should get a booster shot.
TESTING: Due to limited statewide tests, we are currently only able to provide COVID testing to established patients.
VACCINES: Moderna and Pfizer Pediatric vaccinations are available for established patients at select locations by appointment only, and availability is limited.
For appointments, please call 1-844-MY-JPCHC or click the appointment request button below.
We are not able to offer replacement vaccination certificates. You may obtain a vaccination certificate by visiting the State of Indiana website and creating an Access Indiana account if one has not already been created.
We recommend you seeking medical care even though testing resources are limited. Our teams strive to provide the best clinical care and make a COVID-19 diagnosis based on the reported symptoms. We encourage our patients to check the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for practical care advice.
- Vaccination is required for our staff and providers.
- All patients and providers must wear a mask upon entry to our clinics.
- If you do not come with a mask, one will be provided
- As confirmed by our staff, the patient alone, plus anyone essential, for a visit may come to appointments (i.e., parents and guardians, official interpreters, etc.)
- Per our COVID-19 Safety Protocol, enhanced cleaning has been in place since the beginning of the pandemic.
- Curb-side check-in may be available at select locations.
- Telehealth visits are also available. Please ask your location for details.
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