Coronavirus updates

Stay tuned for information in the coming weeks about when the COVID-19 vaccine might be available to you, in the comfort and safety of your own home

Heal is working with various health departments to secure the vaccine and as soon as we have an update, we will update this page and send an email to our members.
Please register with us to get the latest updates.

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In the meantime, please remember to protect yourself and your friends and family by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing, and washing your hands regularly.

Heal house calls are safe during COVID-19

Get care in the comfort of your home with complete peace of mind.

Heal medical teams wear PPE (face masks, eye gear, and disposable gowns) prior to entering your home.

Our medical teams are required to use hand sanitizer before and after each visit.

Medical equipment is sanitized thoroughly with alcohol before and after each visit.

You will be asked to wear a face mask if you have one and sit 6 feet from medical teams whenever possible.

Heal medical teams will meet with you in a well-ventilated but private area, such as a backyard.

Heal medical teams monitor temperature and symptoms twice daily.

Schedule an appointment from
8am to 8pm, 365 days a year.

If you have symptoms for COVID-19, including fever, cough, shortness of breath, body aches, or sore throats, you will be able to schedule a Heal telemedicine visit prior to receiving a house call.


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Routine healthcare for patients without COVID-19 symptoms

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Dr. Renee Dua on when COVID-19 symptoms become serious.

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Dr. Renee Dua on why getting the COVID-19 vaccine is the way forward.

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Dr. Renee Dua discusses best practices for vaccine distribution.

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Heal’s Chief Medical Officer on COVID-19 vaccines and strains

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Heal help families stay safe and healthy during the pandemic

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