Do you have symptoms of COVID-19?

Are you experiencing fever, cough, and shortness of breath? If you think you may have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or exposure, please stay at home to protect yourself and others. The best first step is one of our remote resources:

  • Engage with our symptom checker chat box. Get your questions answered and be routed to the right care for your unique situation from this page.
  • Start a virtual urgent care visit. We’re offering free video visits with a healthcare provider for people with mild or moderate symptoms using the coupon code COVID19.

An unwavering focus on safety for all

If anything, the COVID-19 pandemic has toughened our resolve to care for every patient with empathy, kindness, and a vigilance that’s only intensified.

We know you may have questions about receiving in-person care. That is why we are following safety guidelines from the CDC and state leaders, and are only resuming care in areas with a reduction in COVID-19 cases, and where we have enough supplies, capacity, and protective equipment to safely provide care.

We will screen everyone entering our care sites for symptoms of COVID-19, and require all patients to wear masks. Extra cleanings have been added between procedures. Visitor restrictions will remain in place, and most care sites will have designated areas for patients with COVID-19.

Resuming elective procedures

To prepare for the surge of COVID-19 cases, we temporarily paused many health care services and procedures. It was a difficult decision because these services are very important for our patients.

Now that we have data showing that the initial peak of the pandemic is behind us, we are safely resuming scheduled services and procedures.

For information about surgeries resuming at your local hospital, find one of our locations near you.

An unwavering focus on safety for all

If anything, the COVID-19 pandemic has toughened our resolve to care for every patient with empathy, kindness, and a vigilance that’s only intensified.

We know you may have questions about receiving in-person care. That is why we are following safety guidelines from the CDC and state leaders, and are only resuming care in areas with a reduction in COVID-19 cases, and where we have enough supplies, capacity, and protective equipment to safely provide care.

We will screen everyone entering our care sites for symptoms of COVID-19, and require all patients to wear masks. Extra cleanings have been added between procedures. Visitor restrictions will remain in place, and most care sites will have designated areas for patients with COVID-19.

Resuming elective procedures

To prepare for the surge of COVID-19 cases, we temporarily paused many health care services and procedures. It was a difficult decision because these services are very important for our patients.

Now that we have data showing that the initial peak of the pandemic is behind us, we are safely resuming scheduled services and procedures.

For information about surgeries resuming at your local hospital, find one of our locations near you.

With the continuing spread of COVID-19 in our community, we are working closely with state and local health authorities to care for affected individuals while also taking steps to limit person-to-person spread within the communities we serve. Please check back often as we continue to share updates and resources as the situation develops.

Visitor Restrictions

We are actively screening and restricting visitors at all our hospital locations as we work to keep our communities safe. Please read the restrictions below before visiting one of our hospitals or clinics.

Current restrictions in place at our hospitals

  • Currently no visitors are allowed unless they fall within the following exceptions:
    • One visitor for obstetrics or pediatrics
  • One visitor for outpatient procedures if needed
  • One visitor for in patient or outpatient surgery if needed.
  • All approved visitors must use the designated entrances
  • All approved visitors will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms, including temperature checks

FREE Virtual Urgent Care Visits for Mild COVID-19 Symptoms

To be assessed from the comfort of your home by one of our providers for mild Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms such as cough, low-grade fever or mild respiratory problems, visit trinityhealth.com/virtualcare and enter the discount code COVID19 to waive the typical $35 fee.

With the influx of virtual visits due to COVID-19 in our community we are experiencing longer than usual wait times for our virtual visits. While this is not ideal, staying at home and waiting is the best way to prevent the spread of illness. Once you have registered for your visit, there is an option to receive a text notification when the provider is ready to see you.

Visit trinityhealth.com/virtualcare, or download the iOS mobile app in the Apple store or the Android app in the Google Play store.

What to do if you have symptoms

  • If you or a loved one have mild respiratory symptoms suggesting Coronavirus (COVID-19) such as cough, low-grade fever or mild respiratory problems, schedule a FREE Trinity Health Virtual Urgent Care visit today and enter the discount code  Learn more about Trinity Healh Virtual Urgent Care.
  • If you have a fever and cough and are at a higher risk of COVID-19 infection, we recommend that you be assessed at one of our triage sites. Patients at higher risk of severe COVID-19 infection include: healthcare workers, first responders, patients in nursing homes, patients with severe lung illness or chronic disease, exposure to a known COVID-19 patient, pregnant women and patients older than 60 years.
  • COVID-19 Triage Center locations:
    • Trinity Health ExpressCare, Wintersville
    • Trinity Health System West Campus Emergency Department
  • If symptoms are severe such as high fever, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, go to the Emergency Department to be evaluatedPlease remember, emergency services need to be able to serve those with the most critical needs.

How to protect yourself and others.

  • Learn about the signs and symptoms of flu and COVID-19.
  • Stay home when sick.
  • Practice excellent personal hygiene habits, including handwashing, coughing into tissue or elbow, avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Stay informed via public health updates as information is changing frequently.