SAC Health has been aware of this disease since the outbreak was first announced in Wuhan, China. In fact,
SAC Health has had an Infection Control Task Force in place since the outbreak began in China to prepare all
our facilities and screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure. SAC Health continues to actively plan and prepare
for this quickly evolving threat.
We have been communicating regularly with HRSA (the federal department that oversees FQHCs), the California
Primary Care Association (the FQHC association of California), our local community clinic association, our
county health departments, and our LLU physicians.
Our SAC Health's Infection Control Task Force (which includes public health and infectious disease experts)
has created a clear protocol and plan that involves our Call Center, our Front Desk staff, our nursing
staff, and our providers in screening and testing for Coronavirus. This protocol will continue to be updated
based on the latest CDC recommendations.
We are also working on the option to allow established patients to access care via telehealth in order to
screen high risk, symptomatic patients so that they can avoid coming into clinic as well as other patients
who would prefer this method of care.
For up-to-date information on the Coronavirus, please refer to the CDC web site:
For prevention, the following are the current recommendations from the CDC:
Follow CDC’s recommendations for using a face mask.
We will be sharing regular updates as they become available.
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