Adagio Health | COVID-19 Updates

Adagio Health & the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 25, 2020

Adagio Health is OPEN.  Telehealth appointments are available five days a week, and in-person appointments at our medical offices are being scheduled two days a week.  Please call 1-800-215-7494 or your local Adagio Health medical office for more information.  A complete list of our offices and phone numbers can be found here: adagiohealth.org/medicaloffices

Next week’s schedule is as follows:
Monday, 4/6: All offices OPEN 9am – 2pm
Tuesday, 4/7: Telehealth visits
Wednesday, 4/8: All offices OPEN 9am – 2pm
Thursday, 4/9: All offices OPEN 9am – 2pm
Friday, 4/10: Telehealth visits

Adagio Health WIC offices are open for scheduled appointments.  We are also encouraging WIC families to leave children at home if possible, and to send one individual to pick up needed benefits.  Please call 1-866-WIC-APPT with questions or to schedule an appointment.

It is our goal to keep our patients, clients and employees safe.  Please continue to practice social distancing, and adhere to the recommendations set forth by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and the CDC. 

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March 12, 2020

A Message from our CEO

Dear friends of Adagio Health —

As we all wait and watch to see exactly how local communities will be impacted by the global outbreak of the coronavirus known as COVID-19, the senior management team of Adagio Health is examining how we can best protect our employees as well as the thousands of patients and clients who rely on our services. This is a rapidly evolving situation, and while it is impossible to predict exactly how Adagio Health and other local businesses will be affected, we are implementing the current CDC-recommended guidelines and protocols in our business, medical and WIC offices to limit the potential spread of COVID-19 disease. Our medical and WIC offices are open.

These are uncharted waters indeed. Adagio Health has been caring for vulnerable patients and populations for close to 50 years, and this is new. However, the potential spread of COVID-19 does not alter our commitment to care for the people and communities who rely on us.  We are firmly embedded in the communities we serve—many of them rural with limited access to other health care providers—and we are dedicated to meeting our patients’ and clients’ ongoing needs for family planning and reproductive care, breast and cervical cancer screening, basic preventive care, and nutritious food.
 
In the meantime, we are recommending that our partners and friends also follow the CDC’s recommended guidelines to limit the potential spread of disease. You can find those guidelines here: CDC Steps to Prevent Coronavirus Illness

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania Department of Health, led by Dr. Rachel Levine, are also working diligently to monitor COVID-19 in the Commonwealth. You can find the most up to date recommendations for local communities here: PA Department of Health Coronavirus News & Information

We are closely following this situation as it continues to unfold, and will provide any needed updates in the coming days and weeks. Thank you for your continued support of Adagio Health.




BJ Leber
President & CEO

Additional Updates

Our partners at Susan G. Komen have new recommendations regarding breast cancer screening and COVID-19.  Click here for details.