PLEASE CALL BEFORE YOU COME (707-884-4005) for Urgent or Primary Care
Given the shortage of test kits, we are following the Public Health Department protocol and guidelines regarding who will be tested. Not everyone is tested. Given the current lab turnaround time, it could take 7+ days for us to get the results.
If you are tested, you will be instructed to follow the Public Health Department’s self-isolation guidelines that are provided to us
Main Gualala Building, for the time being, is converted into an Urgent Care only facility.
While our focus is those with respiratory issues, Urgent Care is still seeing all other urgent/emergent medical conditions. We have divided Urgent Care into respiratory and non-respiratory zones in an effort to keep patients safe.
PLEASE CALL FIRST so that we can direct you to the appropriate clinic for your care. Once you arrive at the facility, you will be received at the Triage tent outside and the nurse there will guide you to the appropriate location in our facility.
We are also available, think it is important, and want to continue to provide access to Primary Care services
This can be done in couple of ways.
If you are able to come into the clinic:
If you are not able to come to the clinic:
Please note that a clinic visit for getting medical care is not restricted under shelter in place guidelines. You are still allowed to visit your medical provider.
Our providers and support staff are following appropriate guidelines regarding wearing protection gear. All our facilities are regularly disinfected as required
RCMS Contingency Plan
We continue to update our contingency plan as COVID-19 related situation evolves. These include, but are not limited to:
We, at RCMS, are focused on keeping our community safe and healthy during this stressful time. And we very much appreciate all the help and support we are getting from the community.
PLEASE FOLLOW ALL THE GUIDELINES GIVEN TO US BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS
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