Our infectious disease experts are working closely with local and state public health agencies, as well as following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to ensure we have the most up-to-date information and best care plans for our patients.
What should you do if you're sick?
If you develop symptoms consistent with a respiratory illness, please stay home. If you get sick and need to seek care, we have you covered.
If you are sick with illnesses such as cold, pink eye or other non-COVID-19 ailment, our urgent care video visits are a great way to get care and avoid waiting rooms. You can access these visits by going to muhealthvideovisits.org.
Who should be tested for COVID-19?
People who have respiratory illness symptoms, including fever and cough 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.
How is MU Health Care adapting?
The increase of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the state has prompted MU Health Care to enhance its visitation policy for the safety and wellness of employees, patients and visitors.
Please consider sending your loved one a free Cheer Card, or visit them virtually via FaceTime, Skype, Zoom or other digital applications.
Learn more about changes at our clinics, pharmacies and gift shops. Read more.