We’ve made appointment and service changes to protect our patients, team members and visitors. We’ve limited visitors and set up separate treatment areas for those with a coronavirus infection, but you can still access our expert care.
We’ve put safety measures in place so we can reschedule appointments and see you in person.
Patients who had surgeries, procedures or outpatient clinic visits postponed over the past several weeks are being prioritized for rescheduling. To reschedule or ask questions, call your clinic.
Don’t have a doctor? Learn more about our primary care services.
Instead of coming into the clinic for your appointment, you can talk with your provider from home using your smartphone or computer. You do not need to be an existing patient to request a virtual visit.
Emergency Department: Open
The emergency department is still open. If you have a health emergency, call 911. Don’t ignore the signs of an emergency, like a stroke or heart attack.
To keep the emergency room and hospital areas protected from the coronavirus, we’re screening everyone who enters. We have special areas for patients with or suspected of having COVID-19.
These clinics have temporarily closed:
- Crossroads Family Medicine
- UVA Primary Care Culpeper Family Practice (temporarily closed due to construction)
Respiratory Screening Clinics
These clinics now provide screening for respiratory illness:
- Primary Care Commonwealth Medical – call for information
- Stuarts Draft Family Practice – by referral only
- UVA Primary Care Riverside – walk-ins accepted, but call first
Get your prescriptions delivered to your home for free.
To set up delivery, call 434.297.5500. Make sure to call at least 7 days before you need your refill.
Can’t wait for delivery? Pick up your medicine at our Lee Street location. Open 24/7.
Find Out If A Virtual Visit Is Right For You
Many clinics are now offering appointments through online video and phone calls.
Call your clinic for options that might work for you.
Many support groups have gone online or found other ways to connect:
- Any affected individual or couple can join the pregnancy and infant loss group
- Weekly support groups for heart, lung, kidney, and liver transplant patients meet by phone
- Anyone can sign up for free yoga, meditation, tai chi, and other offerings from the UVA School of Nursing Compassionate Care Initiative.
Having a Baby
For the safety of you and your baby, we’ve restricted hospital visitors, with some exceptions. Find other support:
- Read breastfeeding during coronavirus FAQs
- See having a baby during coronavirus FAQs
- Join weekly online discussions for pregnant women
- Attend online prenatal classes
You can continue to get chemotherapy and radiation as normal. See our cancer and coronavirus FAQs.
Cancer patients and caregivers can access free virtual gentle chair yoga classes to reduce anxiety and depression. Great for beginners. For details, contact Sara Yoder.
Learn more about protecting yourself as a transplant patient and other transplant and coronavirus FAQs.
Ronald McDonald, Hospitality House, & Other Housing
Hospitality House will not be hosting family members of patients while UVA Health visitor restrictions are in place. Hospitality House will only serve patients especially vulnerable to the coronavirus. This includes patients receiving chemotherapy, radiation, infusion, or transplant services.
These housing locations are closed to new families:
- Ronald McDonald House
- Lilypad Housing
For details on other housing options and their policies, contact them directly.