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Your Health

Primary & Routine Care During COVID-19

Primary Care physician Dr. Nandini Menon answers common questions surrounding routine care during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Bristol Health is ensuring patient safety.

Keeping You Healthy & Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Bristol Health is taking all necessary precautions and mandates to ensure the health and safety of all our patients, making it a top priority that you receive the routine, primary care you need to stay in good health. From masks and social distancing measures to enhanced sanitation and visitor restrictions, we are here, ready, prepared and safe.  

Is it OK to wait to receive routine care until the COVID-19 crisis is over?

Dr. Menon: Primary Care FAQs

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Why should I use Telehealth?
Since I'm able to use Telehealth, will I still need to see my doctor in their office?
How do I schedule a Telehealth visit?
What measures is Bristol Health taking to make sure I'm safe during my doctor's visit?
Are all Bristol Health Medical Group Offices following the same safety measures to protect against COVID-19?
Why is keeping up with my routine care important during a pandemic?
Can I receive my scheduled vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Can I bring someone with me to my appointment?
Where can I be tested for COVID-19?

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