Helping you stay
healthy after COVID
With the lingering effects of COVID-19 still unknown, we believe anyone who has tested positive deserves better continuous care.
Continuous Care for
COVID Positive Patients
Catered for every patient to ensure they can get through COVID, manage infection, and minimize lingering effects.
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Though your test result is positive, WellHealth will help you get through the next 10-14 days.
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Your provider will work with you to come up with a tailored COVID care plan based on your symptoms.
Symptoms management, monitoring, and provider check-ins will help you manage your health and minimize the effects of COVID.
Virtual Visits Available
Covered by the CARES Act
COVID Follow-up Care
COVID can impact numerous important systems including respiratory, cardiovascular & neurological systems. Based on specific symptoms, WellHealth's medical team will recommend certain specific protocols to ensure optimal health after COVID.
A substantial number of patients suffer long-term damage to their hearts after COVID. WellHealth's team can assess and recommend certain tests such as an EKG and an ultrasound video of your heart, called an echocardiogram, to help ensure no damage is being done to the heart
WellHealth recommends an EKG and an ultrasound video of your heart, called an echocardiogram, to assess your heart health.
Many patients develop chronic lung disease as a result of COVID. WellHealth will measure your lung functioning through Pulmonary Function Testing.
We can also determine if any of your lung problems are due to allergies by testing your allergy sensitivity to over 50 food and environmental allergens through Allergy Testing.
There are several reports of patients developing inflammation leading to blood clotting, which can lead to severe pain, paralysis, or even a stroke.
WellHealth will order the appropriate blood studies and circulation studies, like vascular ultrasounds or a Ankle-Brachial Index, an effective peripheral artery disease test available in our clinics.
Frequently Asked Questions
COVID Care is fully covered by insurance, and for uninsured patients, currently covered by the CARES Act.
We believe accessible primary care is the foundation to sustained health outcomes, including overcoming COVID. Studies have shown an engaged patient partnered with a provider who cares can help an individual overcome the most difficult health challenges. COVID is not an illness to be taken lightly with the long-term effects still unknown. We want to help people overcome COVID and minimize lingering effects by facilitating a one-of-a-kind patient-provider relationship where care is managed, monitored, and optimized based on individual needs.
Each person’s reaction to COVID is different and we still don’t know the long-term effects. If a patient develops severe complications, our trained providers will either address these issues through a carefully crafted treatment plan or refer the patient to the hospital.
There are patient groups that may require repeat COVID-19 testing due to high-risk exposure. This may include immunocompromised patients, those who live with high-risk individuals who are immunocompromised or have multiple serious medical conditions, and for those going back to work/school if required. The provider will discuss whether they require repeat testing for clearance with a provider during their visit.