OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

**UPDATED: 29 APRIL 2021**

 

Our patient waiting areas are now open for our patients for appointment check-in, prescription pick-up and scheduled eligibility screenings or re-screenings, and provide for social distancing. (Prescription delivery is still available via the USPS per patient request.)

 

Please note that masks are required for entry into the building and must be worn at all times, and we will continue to provide pre-screening temperatures.  Any patient with symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted in the building and should call the clinic main number upon arrival where a team member will assist you with how to proceed.  In order to keep you safe, we are still only allowing patients (and not family members) into the clinic unless deemed necessary for the safety and well-being of the patient.

VACCINATION DETAILS

Anyone interested in receiving a vaccine should continue to check our website for updates and are encouraged to sign up at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov or call 1-877-VAX-IN-VA.  

IMPORTANT CLINIC DETAILS

  • All GMCC staff members are wearing masks throughout the Clinic.
     

  • The GMCC’s patient waiting area is now open and provides for social distance.  Patients will continue to have pre-screening with temperature check before their appointment.
     

  • Patients will have pre-screening with temperature check prior to entering the building before their appointment.
     

  • Patients are required to have a face covering to be seen at the Clinic.
     

  • Telemedicine visits will continue to be utilized as appropriate.
     

  • Medications may now be picked up inside the Clinic, curbside or can be delivered via US Mail at patient request. 
     

  • All new patient eligibility screening or returning patient re-screening will continue to be done online. New patients can visit our PATIENTS to access our online application.  Returning patients can get information on re-screening by calling 804-210-1368, press option 8 and extension 207.
     

  • COVID testing is available for patients without insurance; patient must have COVID-19 related symptoms to be tested, and necessity of COVID testing will be made by our clinicians.
     

  • We will begin welcoming back clinical and administrative volunteers based on the demands of the Clinic while continuing to focus on the safety of all.
     

  • Our dental clinic is now open and currently treating uninsured established patients.

We will continue to monitor our community for any evidence of surge in COVID-19 cases, and will alter patient care as needed.  Any changes will continue to be available at our website or on the Clinic’s Facebook page.