COVID-19 Resource Center
During this challenging time, 9th Street Internal Medicine is doing everything we can to make sure you and your family stay safe and informed.
For your safety and the safety of our staff, masks are required at all times inside our office.
In order to keep all of our patients safe and reduce risk of exposure, we are not allowing additional family members or friends to accompany our patients during their visits, unless approved by a provider or deemed otherwise medically necessary.
Learn more about our response to the pandemic – information about what our practice is doing to keep you and your child safe, how to get care, and understand what you can do to stay safe. Together, we’ll get through this.
Important COVID-19 Updates
Review our latest office visit policies and protocols. Please note, that it is a requirement that everyone wears a mask or face covering when visiting our office.
Frequently Asked COVID-19 Questions
Fighting the pandemic with COVID-19 vaccine
COVID-19 and the flu have similar symptoms. They can be hard to tell apart. The only way to know for sure which illness you have is to be tested.
For most people, discovering that you have COVID can be overwhelming. That’s why we have provided the answers to your most frequently asked COVID-19 questions.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be a powerful tool in the fight to end the pandemic. Like a lot of people, you may have questions about when you can get the vaccine and what will be involved.
Call First to Be Sure
If you think you may have COVID-19, here’s why it’s important to call first and avoid exposing others to the coronavirus.
Taking Care of Yourself & Others
If you or your child has COVID-19, here’s what you can do to get better and lower the risk of spreading the virus to others.
Ways to Stay Safe if You’re High Risk
Here are 7 ways you can protect yourself if you are at higher risk for getting very sick from COVID-19.