Healthy Connections Clinics Open and COVID-19 Testing
Healthy Connections clinics in Arkansas ARE OPEN and now testing for COVID-19 for all patients who want to be tested.
Patients with symptoms such as fever, dry cough, shortness of breath have previously been tested. We have now dropped all conditions for testing. If patients want to be tested, we can test at our Healthy Connections clinics.
To be tested, please call (888) 710-8220 and make an in-clinic appointment. You will be directed to your nearest Healthy Connection clinic to receive your test. Note that all persons will be screened for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or contact with a person who has been tested for COVID-19. The COVID-19 test will be done at a designated location including tents outside the building, a special area of the clinic, or even the patient’s vehicle. This will be done to help ensure the safety of our other patients and our staff during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Patients can also use Healthy Connections TeleHealth appointments for all primary care/family medicine issues. This can include pre-screening for flu, strep, or COVID-19 symptoms. Visit www.healthy-connections.org/telehealth to learn more.
Also remember to practice social distancing when arriving at our clinics.
Healthy Connections clinics are located in Little Rock, Hot Springs, Mena, Malvern, Arkadelphia, Mount Ida, and De Queen. Find a location near you at www.healthy-connections.org/locations.
Learn more about COVID-19 at www.healthy-connections.org/covid-19.
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