COVID-19 Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Page

As your healthcare partner, we want to keep you up to date about the evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Information about the virus is being circulated at a rapid pace, from multiple sources. We recommend focusing on updated information from these organizations:

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

World Health Organization

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

The resources below provide guidance on how to navigate this situation. We will continuously update this page as new circumstances arise.

We remain in a high state of readiness to care for you and your families. Call us if you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, or have other health concerns. During this time, we are utilizing virtual care for many of our appointments. Click here to learn more about accessing your provider via virtual care.

COVID-19 Resources

Mental Health Matters: Mindfulness & Resilience

Mental Health Matters: Mindfulness & Resilience

Take care of your mental health! Learn about the concept and practice of mindfullness, as well as how to develop resilience during challenging times. 

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COVID-19 Patient Guidelines & Expectations

COVID-19 Patient Guidelines & Expectations

As mandated stay-at-home orders are lifted and we slowly expand access to our clinics, we are asking our patients to adhere to the following guidelines. 

Tips for Working From Home

Tips for Working From Home

Many of us are navigating the world of working from home. This guide offers practical tips for maximizing comfort and productivity while estabilishing a routine that promotes mental and emotional wellness.

Apps Our Providers Recommend

Apps Our Providers Recommend

As we quarantine and spend more time indoors, it's important to be intentional about how we use technology. We surveyed our providers and asked which mobile apps they advise patients to download for mental health, exercise tracking, medication management and more. This infographic includes their top recommendations! 

Breathwork for Relaxation

Breathwork for Relaxation

In the midst of uncertain times, discover the benefits of breathing exercises for relaxation. This guide includes several breathing techniques that reduce anxiety and promote a state of calm and wellness. 

Explaining Coronavirus to Children

Explaining Coronavirus to Children

This free, downloadable picture book is a great resource for parents who want to explain the coronavirus to their children in an easy-to-understand way.

Protect Yourself and Your Coworkers

Protect Yourself and Your Coworkers

If you are in an essential role that requires you to go to an office, jobsite, or other shared space, learn how to take extra precaution to protect yourself and others. 

COVID-19 Symptom Checker

COVID-19 Symptom Checker

Check your symptoms against symptoms of the common cold, the seasonal flu, and allergies. If you feel sick, stay home, rest, and feel better. 

Social Distancing Tips

Social Distancing Tips

Learn how to adhere to social and physical distancing guidelines while maintaining a routine that supports the health and well-being of you and your family. 

News

Will hydroxychloroquine prevent? Paladina Health board member Dr. Kavita Patel appeared on NBC's Today to address this question, among many others.

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We asked our providers what questions they're hearing from patients regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions along with answers from our team of physicians.

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The current COVID-19 health pandemic confirms what medical professionals have long known – that even young adults are vulnerable to many of the same health risks as the elderly, although their level of risk may differ.

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Strict quarantine measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic find many people cooking meals at home for the first time. Here's how to make that home-cooked cuisine as healthy as possible.

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These are definitely stressful times we’re living in. The recent COVID-19 pandemic caused by the appearance of a novel coronavirus has caught all of us by surprise. Fears of sickness and death, combined with mounting job and financial pressures, as well as the overall disruption of the lifestyle we’ve come to enjoy seem overwhelming in the moment. So, what can you do to avoid becoming a victim of stress overload and keep stress from literally making you sick?

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Many people may assume that it’s only the very sick and elderly who are at greatest risk of dying from the Coronavirus, but new data show there are other populations at high risk, as well.

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that was first detected in China and which has been detected in 60 locations internationally, including in the United States as of March 2, 2020.

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