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Filed in COVID-19 3/14/20 at 6:52 am     4942

Important Messages
5/18/20 - Reopening Massachusetts: Baker-Polito Administration Initiates Transition to First Phase of Four-Phase Approach
The Baker-Polito Administration released Reopening Massachusetts, the Reopening Advisory Board’s report, which details a four-phased strategy to responsibly reopen businesses and activities while continuing to fight COVID-19. Read the press release HERE.
5/18/20 - Safer-at-Home Advisory
The Administration released a new “Safer At Home” Advisory, which instructs residents to stay at home unless engaging with newly opened activities, as a way to continue limiting the spread of COVID-19. Please read the Safer-at-Home Advisory HERE.

Know these Facts about Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

 

10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID-19 at Home

MEMA COVID-19 Test Site Map and Locator
Please visit the COVID-19 Test Site Locator HERE.
COVID-19 Testing Procedure with Cape Cod Healthcare

A physician must have affiliated status with Cape Cod Healthcare’s hospitals to submit a patient’s order for drive-through testing at Cape Cod Community College. By limiting the ability to order testing to physicians in the Cape Cod Healthcare network, the healthcare system will be better able to meet the needs of the community. A physician outside of the Cape Cod Healthcare network will not be able to submit an order for testing.

Follow these steps:

1. If you are experiencing symptoms, including fever, coughing or shortness of breath, call your doctor.

2. Your doctor will screen you over the phone to assess if you should be tested.

3. If your doctor determines you should be tested, he or she will provide an electronic order for the test which is sent directly to the testing facility.

4. Cape Cod Healthcare staff will then call you to set up an appointment for testing. 

REMEMBER you must have an appointment to get tested or you will be turned away.

What if I don’t have a primary care physician?

If you are experiencing symptoms, including fever, coughing or shortness of breath, and do not have a primary care physician, call the dedicated call center at 508-862-5595 to be screened for COVID-19 testing with a Cape Cod Healthcare clinical provider via phone.

If testing is required, the clinical provider will follow the same process of submitting the doctor’s order to the testing team and you will be called with a testing appointment time.

If you are experiencing SERIOUS symptoms and do not have a primary care provider, please visit the triage tents located outside of Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital for screening.

Drive-thru COVID-19 Test Collection at Whole Health Pharmacy in Hyannis

  • See detailed instructions and procedures for testing at Whole Health Pharmacy HERE.
  • See Letter to Providers HERE.

Volunteers to assist this community effort have generously been provided by:
Relief Home Health Services and the Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps.

COVID-19 Testing Procedure with Outer Cape Health Services
Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) continues to provide nasal swab sampling options for COVID-19 at their Provincetown, Wellfleet and Harwich Port Health Centers. 

Patients of Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) who believe they meet the criteria for testing should call OCHS at 508-905-2888. Please DO NOT go into any of their health centers. Outer Cape Health Care Services procedures are listed in their entirety on their website.

Coronavirus Information from CDC
 

 


 

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