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Please observe the following precautions

InterMed follows U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and keep our patients and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, call your InterMed primary care team before coming into the office.

We’ll be updating this page regularly, so please check back before your next office visit.

Visits are by appointment only (no walk-ins please)

We do not allow walk-in visits at any of our practice sites, including our lab locations. Please call your physician’s office for an in-office or telehealth appointment to ensure you receive care in the most appropriate way and location. If you have an office visit that requires blood work, vaccines, X-rays or other care, we will do our best to schedule them all on the same day.


All patients and visitors over the age of 2 must cover their nose and mouth, regardless of vaccination status, while in any of our facilities. 

Well-fitting masks help protect patients, staff and individuals who are unable to receive the vaccine, especially those with underlying medical conditions.

Surgical masks are more effective than cloth ones. If you do not have a surgical mask, we can provide one for you.


As we continue to see COVID-19 transmission in the community, we ask our patients to help us minimize the number of people in our clinical sites. This will help us decrease the potential spread among patients and will also decrease the risk of infection to our care team members.

  • If you need assistance with mobility, memory, or help with language translation, we will continue to welcome the individual helping you with these tasks.
  • If you are pregnant, we will continue to allow partners to attend select visits.

Thank you for your consideration in helping us keep each other safe.

Telehealth visits

InterMed is offering telehealth services to support the health and well-being of our patients and to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19. Telehealth services are available for patients needing care for certain qualifying conditions.

Learn more about telehealth

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