M Health Fairview Transitions Some Clinics to Virtual Care to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

March 26  

Via M Health Fairview

“To slow the spread of COVID-19, M Health Fairview is moving several of its primary care clinics to a “virtual first” model, beginning Friday, March 27. This transition will help patients remain at home, while preserving critical personal protective equipment for those providers who need it most.”

“The new care model leverages OnCare.org, our 24/7 online clinic, as well as phone and video, to provide our patients with the same quality care they would receive during an in-person visit. Patients can meet with their provider virtually and receive a care plan from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Several clinics will transition to virtual care, while a number of M Health Fairview clinics will remain open for those whose health concerns require an in-person visit.”

Get all the details on the new care model from M Health Fairview


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