For HopeHealth patients ages 18 and older, HopeHealth administers the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by appointment only. Patients can obtain the primary series (first and second dose), third dose, or booster dose. If you are 18 years and older and it has either been six months since the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer or 2 months after Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you can receive a booster dose. If you are immunocompromised, you can receive a total of four COVID-19 vaccine doses. A third dose one month after the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer and a booster dose six months after the third. Call your provider’s office to schedule your vaccines.
For HopeHealth patients ages 12-17, at this time, please seek your vaccine at one of our community partners.
Further information about the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines:
HopeHealth provides COVID-19 testing for HopeHealth patients who have received a testing order from their provider after an in-person or televisit appointment. The cash cost for COVID-19 test is up to $77 plus the cost of the patient office/telehealth visit. However, providing affordable and accessible health services is our highest priority, and patients should speak with a HopeHealth benefits counselor about available financial programs if needed.
Click here for instructions on what to do after testing.
TeleVisits: HopeHealth offers a Patient Portal as a secure service for those who wish to participate in telehealth services using their smartphone or computer. Download the Healow App (available for IOS and Android phones) or visit www.healow.com on your computer. Ask your care team to web enable your account.
It is mandatory for all employees, patients, and visitors to wear masks while within our facilities. Please bring your own face mask as we all are trying to do our part to stop the spread and protect the vulnerable and at-risk members of our community. Thank you for your understanding.
You are required to wear a face mask the entire time you are in a HopeHealth building.
Masks must be covering both your nose and mouth.
If you are wearing a cloth mask, it should be double -layered with tightly woven fabric.
Masks should not be visibly soiled or damaged.
Masks cannot have one-way valves, visible gaps from face, or openings/holes as these release unfiltered exhaled air potentially spreading the virus to those around you.
Clear masks/shields with visible openings are not acceptable as an appropriate mask.
HopeHealth is committed to helping keep our community safe while also meeting your health care needs. Our COVID-19 Strategy Team meets often to respond to the changing status of disease spread and adjust HopeHealth guidelines as needed according to CDC recommendations.
Visitors are welcome under normal pre-Covid operations. Visitors will need to follow our current measures of protection.
Screening: Please self-screen for exposure and symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, fever, shortness of breath, congestions, etc). If you have symptoms or concern you may have coronavirus, call our facilities prior to entering. Speak to your provider about scheduling a TeleVisit.
Barriers and distancing:
Be mindful of temporary barriers, signs, and other measures in place.