The COVID-19 pandemic has been an especially stressful time for everyone,
but one thing you shouldn’t have to worry about is access to safe,
quality healthcare. Whether you’re getting care in person or through
virtual telehealth services, Frederick Health is here for you.
On May 6, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced that elective medical
procedures—including dentistry—could resume after being on
hold for several weeks. If you put off an appointment, exam, or procedure
due to COVID-19, call your doctor to reschedule as soon as possible. Recent
studies show that many patients have been delaying necessary medical treatment
during the pandemic, and we’d like to assure the community that
Frederick Health is safe—there is no need to compromise your care.
As always, getting access to exceptional care is just a click or call away.
In addition to in-person medical visits, Frederick Health offers telehealth and
virtual visit services. Choose telehealth for your ongoing healthcare needs and specialty
care. For quick, easy online urgent care,
schedule a virtual visit. From the comfort of your home, you can connect with a Frederick Health
provider and be treated for common conditions in just an hour.
Have a cut that needs stitches or a severe allergic reaction? Our
Urgent Care clinic offers fast, affordable treatment for common conditions, and one
of our locations is right across the street from Frederick Health Hospital.
Skip the ER and get treated fast—we’re ready to provide you
with prompt, professional care.
As the community slowly eases back into normalcy, Frederick Health is here
to take care of our patients as we always have, with some new precautions in mind.
Keeping you safe
Here are a few of the ways we’re putting the
safety of our patients, community, and staff first:
- Increased cleaning frequency
- Requiring masks for patients, visitors, and staff
- Physical distancing reminders
- Advanced cleaning technology
- Screening patients, visitors, and staff for COVID-19 symptoms
- Protective shields at check-in desks and registration areas
- Dedicated seating and treatment spaces for sick and well patients
- Increased access to Telehealth services
As some states ease lockdown restrictions and move toward reopening, it’s
important to remember that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Many states’
reopening plans are based upon citizens’ cooperation with social
distancing and facial covering guidelines. So, what can you do to stay
healthy while still easing yourself back into some of your regular routines?
Stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 information on our website and follow
our Frederick Health
Instagram for more updates.
Frederick Health is always here for our patients, our staff, and our community.
Rest assured, you never have to delay your medical care; we are taking
all precautions to keep our facilities safe and clean for everyone. No
matter where you are in getting back into your routine, we’re right here.