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Our Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
At Peoples Community Health Clinic, your health and safety are our top priority. We are monitoring developments closely and have plans in place to help manage COVID-19 at the clinic to the best of our ability.
> COVID-19 Testing Information
Our clinic provides COVID-19 testing to any Peoples Clinic patient needing to be tested, but they must meet certain criteria first. We follow evaluation and testing guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC has a great tool for patients wondering if they should talk to their provider about getting tested, click here.
Your provider will evaluate if you have any other risk factors that would increase your likelihood of needing to be tested. The Iowa Department of Public Health recommends against testing people with mild illness who can be safely managed at home.
If your provider says you should get tested for COVID-19, we are here to help. It doesn’t matter if you are insured or uninsured. If you need to be tested, you will be. We have resources at the clinic that make it possible for everyone to receive the quality care they need.
> COVID-19 Vaccine
Visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Updates webpage for the latest information. These are vaccines that are currently available:
We are giving:
Pfizer monovalent 6mo - 4 years
Pfizer monovalent 5-11 years
Pfizer monovalent 12+ years
Pfizer bivalent (12+years)
Moderna monovalent 6mo - 5 years
Moderna monovalent 18+ years
Moderna bivalent 18+ years
Don't fall for a COVID-19 vaccine scam! When we call to schedule your vaccine, we will NEVER ask for your credit card number or bank information. Please read our warning about recent vaccine scams and follow our helpful tips to avoid becoming a victim.
> Latest Instructions for Patients
ALL Patients |
If you are experiencing mild COVID-19 symptoms we recommend you stay home.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and believe you need medical care, CALL before coming to the clinic.
Our team will work with you to determine next steps.
ALL staff, patients, and visitors are required to wear a mask while in the clinic.
Medical Patients | At this time, all scheduled medical appointments will be honored and new appointments can be scheduled. If you prefer not to or are not able to attend a scheduled appointment, please let us know by calling (319) 874-3144.
Telehealth Available for Medical Patients - Telehealth visits are available for select services at this time. Click here to learn more. Don’t worry about it costing more! Most insurances cover Telehealth visits. Give us a call at (319) 874-3000 if you are interested in this option.
Urgent Care Patients | Weekday (Monday-Friday) hours for Urgent Care have been expanded. Weekend hours remain the same. Please visit our "Locations and Hours" page for more information.
Dental Patients | We are now seeing patients for most dental services.
Pharmacy Patients | Our Pharmacy is open to meet your medication needs. Visit our “Locations and Hours” page to find out when the Pharmacy can assist you.
Our Pharmacy team wants to share the following with you that may help your visit go more smoothly:
- If you need a refill, please call ahead to (319) 874-3450 if you are able.
- Pay with credit/debit card instead of cash if you are able to limit the amount of cash our team has to handle.
- Please be patient with the Pharmacy personnel. They are trying their best to take care of each patient as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The same rules apply to the Pharmacy as any of our other departments – if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please call the clinic before visiting.
Special Precautions at the Clinic
Rest assured, every staff, patient, and visitor is required to wear a mask in the clinic. Social distancing guidelines are being followed and we will try to get you into an exam room right away. We are paying close attention to our sanitation and cleaning procedures. Hand sanitizer and protective masks are available for patient use. Bring your own mask if you have one.
General COVID-19 Questions
Updates in Other Languages
Access local hotlines, news, and resources in 10 different languages by clicking here.
Slow the Spread
With more confirmed cases in Black Hawk County, it is very important that you take steps to help prevent becoming infected and infecting others:
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water
- Avoid touching your face/eyes
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Social distancing
- Stay home when ill
- Wipe down frequently touched surfaces
- Wear a cloth mask in public spaces
More tips can be found by clicking here. Handouts in different languages are available.
Basic Health Education on COVID-19 Handouts:
Take Care of Your Mental Health
The mental health effects of COVID-19 are as important to address as the physical health effects.
Visit these resources for more information and tips to help get you through this situation:
Last Update - March 10, 2021