As our state and nation navigates 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.
We continue to meet the health care needs for the entire region, both in person and online. If you think you might have COVID-19, please read the information below to learn about your care options.
What should you do if you're sick?
If you develop mild symptoms consistent with a respiratory illness, please stay home. If you get sick and need to seek care, we are here for you.
Other symptoms of COVID-19 might include chills, shortness of breath, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and loss of taste or smell. Learn more.
Who should be tested for COVID-19?
People who have symptoms listed above can be assessed by a doctor. Here are your options:
- Choose the “COVID-19 Video Visit” option at muhealthvideovisits.org. This video visit assessment is free.
- Contact your primary care provider.
If you get a doctor's order, you can be tested at our drive-thru clinic. Read here for details.
Note for referring providers: Providers who are not affiliated with MU Health Care may use their standard paper ordering process for COVID-19 testing.
Patients suffering severe symptoms, including trouble breathing, should call ahead to the emergency department before arriving to ensure health care staff can prepare for the individual’s arrival.
- How to get Tested
- State hotline: 877-435-8411
- Need help in another language? Call toll-free 844-352-3200. Learn more.
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