CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

What You Should Know About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Long Valley 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. We are working very hard to keep all patients, employees, and visitors safe.

What Long Valley Health CenteR is Doing

Your Safety at In-Person Visits Is a Top Priority: Whether it’s time for a checkup, you have a medical condition that needs monitoring, an injury or new symptoms that need evaluating, our providers and medical staff look forward to seeing you in-person.

 

One of the first things you may notice when you return to our facilities is our smiling eyes behind face masks. To keep you and your family safe, we’re implementing some new safety measures, including our new face mask policy.

 

Long Valley Health Center is also not allowing patients to bring visitors to their in-person visits. Exceptions to this policy are patients with a disability that require additional care. In this case, the patient is allowed one visitor to assist. Children receiving pediatric care are also an exception where the parent or guardian is allowed.

 

We recognize that this request is not ideal, but we must keep the safety of our patients and staff at a top priority. We are consistently monitoring the effects of the pandemic and will return to a more patient-focused visitor policy as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding and please know that our care teams are available to assist all patients during their visits.

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Face Masks for Everyone

The CDC urges everyone to wear cloth face coverings when in public. A cloth face mask that covers your nose and mouth may help protect other people in case you are sick. It’s possible to spread illness to others even if you don’t feel sick or have symptoms. A cloth face mask that fits snugly across your face can help slow the spread of viruses.

 

To support this important safety recommendation, all Long Valley Health Center team members and providers must wear medical-grade surgical or earloop masks and some will wear face shields. Rest assured that we have supplies of personal protective equipment, including masks, for our health care providers.

 

And we’ll have a face mask for you, too. We require all patients and guests in our facilities to wear masks, for everyone’s safety because nothing is more important to us than your health.

Facing the Future With Extra Safety Measures

Requiring face masks for patients, visitors, providers, and team members is just one of many safety measures Long Valley Health Center is implementing to protect you and keep you safe.

Here are other steps we’re taking:

Cleaning and Disinfecting

We have extensive and thorough infection control procedures, and we will do everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our community. We have protocols and systems in place to keep all patients, visitors, and staff members safe.

Enhanced Social Distancing Measures

Social distancing is now standard practice at our clinics. Instead of waiting in the clinic for your appointment, you can check in virtually from your car, and a staff member will call you in to the clinic when we have your room cleaned and ready for you.

New Visitor Policies

In the interest of everyone’s health and safety, we are requesting no visitors enter our clinics. This will help protect our patients, their families, and staff from any unnecessary contact.

Temperature and Coronavirus Attestation

For patients who do come to the center, their temperature is taken. Additionally, they are asked to sign an attestation stating they have not been exposed to COVID-19, and pens and clipboards are cleaned after each patient.

Air Purifiers

We have installed medical-grade air purifiers in both the medical building and the dental building to clean virus particles from the air.

Telemedicine Services Are Still Available

If you prefer the comfort and convenience of a telehealth visit, our expanded telehealth services are still available for you. You can continue to make appointments for a video or phone visit with your provider using a computer or mobile device, such as a tablet or smartphone.

What You Can Do If You Have Symptoms

If you are sick and would like to see a provider, please call 707-984-6131 to make an appointment. PLEASE CALL BEFORE coming into the clinic if you are sick.

 

Answer all questions the staff ask; this is for your safety and the safety of everyone in the clinic.

Dental Services

Long Valley Health Center is open for dental procedures to prevent. If you do have a dental concern, please call us at 707-984-8222.

Drive-Thru Testing

Periodically on Friday mornings, Long Valley Health Center will offer free drive-thru coronavirus testing. Keep a lookout on our Facebook page for up-to-date information on testing dates and times.

CONTACT US

For Life-Threatening Emergencies, Call 911.

For After-Hours Medical advice only, call 888-214-3763

Long Valley Health Center

50 Branscomb Rd,

Laytonville, CA 95454

Phone: 707-984-6131

 

Long Valley Dental Clinic

51 Branscomb Rd,

Laytonville, CA 95454

Phone: 707-984-8222

 

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Long Valley Health Center

P.O. Box 870

Laytonville, CA 95454

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Long Valley Health Center receives funding from the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals. Any such claims must be filed in Federal Court.

 

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