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To ensure you can safely seek care at INTEGRIS hospitals, clinics and emergency rooms, we have taken extra precautions so you can get the care you need.

Don’t Let Fear Keep You from Receiving Needed Medical Care

 

 One of the negative effects COVID-19 has had on our state is patients and community members withholding or delaying care. While it is understandable to be concerned about contracting a new virus, withholding or delaying care, in many instances, can have far greater negative health consequences than contracting COVID-19.

To ensure you can safely seek care at INTEGRIS hospitals, clinics and emergency rooms, we have taken extra precautions so you can get the care you need. Some of those precautions include: 

  • Increased cleaning and sanitation processes 
  • Created isolated units for COVID-19 only patients
  • Required COVID-19 screening tests for all planned surgeries, procedures or admissions 
  • Implemented temperature checks for anyone entering an INTEGRIS hospital or clinic
  • Developed universal masking requirements for patients and employees 
  • Designed curbside check-in for clinic visits
  • Mapped out social distancing requirements in waiting areas

For those who wish to seek care virtually, INTEGRIS Health has you covered. Click here to schedule a virtual visit with one of our many trained physicians. 

Do not let fear of contracting COVID-19 keep you away from important non-COVID-19 care. Sadly, some have done just that, resulting in life ending or life altering consequences.

Data shows people are nearly five times more likely to die from heart disease and nearly two times more likely to die from stroke than from COVID-19.

Delaying or avoiding routine care like breast health, colon screenings or well-baby exams can also have negative consequences. Please schedule and maintain your check-ups and regular screenings. 

INTEGRIS Health has been and will continue to be your most trusted partner for health. Please come in and trust us to keep you safe from COVID-19 as you receive the vital non-COVID-19 care you need.

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We are ready to give you and your family the best care and that means we're introducing new safety guidelines for in-person visits and telehealth options.