In an effort to protect our patients and staff, and help stop the spread of COVID19, Mountain View Urgent Care is now offering a few new ways to get medical care in a safe manner.
Online Care: If you have a simple issue (like a urinary tract infection in women), you can stay home and get prescriptions sent to your pharmacy by using our online medical service. Yes, we now have online telemedicine care. Please call us first to be seen online from your home or on your smartphone via teleconference.
Urgent Care: The urgent care will now be seeing one patient at a time. We have eliminated the waiting room for your safety. Please call ahead and let us know what the issue is so we will be prepared. You can wait in the privacy of your car and we will come out to you. Only one patient will be in the urgent care center at a time. We will no longer accept walk-ins. Please use the restroom prior to your visit, as we will not have public restrooms available in the urgent care side.
Primary Care: We now have a separate entrance tor primary care appointments. We will see only one patient at a time in the primary care side as well. You must be well in order to be seen in the primary care center. We will screen you for illness prior to entering the primary care, so please do not take any fever-reducing medications. You can be seen for primary care from home or on your smartphone via secure video teleconference as well. Please call for an appointment.
We will be doing all that we can to prevent the spread of COVID19. This is an infection with a SIGNIFICANT mortality. It spreads easily making it difficult to control. The infection is spreading, but we can limit the spread of the virus by avoiding social contact.
Please note: If you don’t need to be seen in person, please visit KaboHealth.com to schedule an online appointment, but you must call us first so we can make sure we are available for you. We have more appointments available than are listed on the online schedule.