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Your health and safety are top priority at Kaiser

May 29, 2020

If you’re tired of staying home, you’re not alone—many people are experiencing what’s now called quarantine fatigue. One thing you can do to help overcome this feeling is set a new routine, like regular phone calls with friends or moments for self-care. As you continue to do your part to slow the spread of the coronavirus, be kind to yourself and know we’re here to help you feel healthy and supported. 

Connect to care safely

No matter your health needs, you have many safe ways to get care. If you need care, do not delay contacting us. Delaying care can result in longer-term health issues that can be prevented. Many primary care, specialty care and mental health services are available online, by phone, or in person. Emergency departments are also open for those who need immediate care. 

If you need to visit Kaiser in person, we have many safety protocols in place to protect your health. We’ve implemented temperature checkpoints at all our facilities. If you’re found to have an elevated temperature, you’ll be referred to a separate consult area where you’ll be provided directions for receiving appropriate care. For updates on all your options for getting care, go to kp.org/getcare. 

Continuing your coverage

If your coverage has changed due to a job loss or decrease in business, we’re here for you and your family. There are many ways to stay covered with Kaiser Permanente. To explore your coverage options or learn how to apply for financial help, visit kp.org/continue.