As our state and nation continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, know that MU Health Care is here for you, and your safety is our top priority.

Our infectious disease experts are working closely with local and state public health agencies, as well as advising government officials, to ensure we remain prepared to provide the best care for our patients and to protect the community. To serve the community, MU Health Care provides COVID-19 vaccine and testing services. See below for details.

At the same time we're on the front lines of the pandemic, we continue to meet the day-to-day health care needs of the entire region. Learn how to make an appointment, both in person and online.

COVID-19 Vaccine

We offer the COVID-19 vaccine in select pharmacies and clinics by appointment. The vaccine is the surest way to protect yourself, your family and your community.

Schedule a Vaccine Appointment

COVID-19 Testing

MU Health Care offers quick and convenient COVID-19 testing for the community. Learn how to get tested

Those with COVID-19 symptoms who want to be seen by a medical professional have several options to obtain a test, including:

If you are experiencing severe symptoms or breathing problems, visit the Emergency Department or call 911.

Research Opportunities

As an academic health system, MU Health Care and the School of Medicine have experts conducting studies to help better understand COVID-19.

COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy and Longevity Study: This study aims to find out how long protection provided by the COVID-19 vaccines lasts and how vaccination immunity differs from natural infection immunity. Learn more

COVID-19 Vaccine in Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Breastfeeding: Two studies are underway to understand how vaccines affect pregnant women and infants.