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Care for other Conditions

If you are pregnant or have a chronic condition, you probably have a lot of questions on how COVID-19 affects your ongoing care.

Prescriptions

Many plans do allow 90 day fills for certain medications; however, others limit to a 30 or 34 day supply. Medication quantity limits may also apply. If you are interested in receiving a 90 day supply of medication, check your benefits and then have a conversation with your primary care physician to determine if a 90 day supply is appropriate.
Contact your health care provider to ask about obtaining extra necessary medications to have on hand in case there is an outbreak of COVID-19 in your community and you need to stay home for a prolonged period of time. If you cannot get extra medications, consider using mail-order for medications.

My existing appointments

Contact your PCP or Specialist for their instruction.
There is a CDC protocol for determining if patients are in need of testing for COVID-19. This may be what you are experiencing.
Contact your PCP or Specialist for their instruction. At this time, elective procedures will likely be rescheduled.
We do not yet know if pregnant women have a greater chance of getting sick from COVID-19 than the general public. With viruses from the same family as COVID-19, and viral respiratory infections such as influenza, women have had a higher risk of developing severe illness.
Older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease, appear to be at higher risk of COVID-19 infection, per early information out of China. Contact your primary care physician for advice.

Can I go to my facility?

Patients who are in the facilities and are sick are being asked to wear masks to protect other patients and our staff.
Wash your hands frequently and avoid close contact with those who are coughing, sneezing, or wheezing.

Basics and tips

We learn more about COVID-19 every day including how the virus spreads, who’s more susceptible, and how you can avoid catching it.

If you suspect you have it

Discover when you need to quarantine yourself, see a doctor, and get tested. Also learn what happens after you test positive.

Do you know where to go?

It’s that moment – you think you have COVID-19. At AHN, we’re ready to help you. Learn where you can get the care you need now.

What’s changed at AHN?

AHN has taken a number of proactive steps to protect our patients and caregivers, and to prevent potential transmission of the virus.