ATTENTION:

REGARDING COVID-19 Who should seek medical advice:
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms such as cough or difficulty breathing within 2 weeks of exposure
If you are 60 and older and develop a fever and flu-like symptoms
If you have a history of cardiovascular disease or diabetes and develop a fever and flu-like symptoms
If you are younger than 60 with no history of cardiovascular disease or diabetes and develop severe flu-like symptoms

If you fall into any of these above categories, you should immediately call the health department at 1-877-PA-HEALTH (1-877-724-3258) OR visit nearest ER. Additionally, effective 03/16/2020 Drive-thru testing for coronavirus will be available in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas at following locations

127 Anderson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212
95 Leonard Avenue Washington, PA 15301
2360 Hospital Drive Aliquippa, PA 15001

If you can, call ahead of your visit to let them know about your symptoms, recent travel or exposure to COVID-19, and they will provide you with instructions on how to get care and prevent the spread to others.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the national shortage of necessary Medical Supplies and Kits required for your quality care. We highly prioritize the well-being of our patients and will update you if our capacity to test for COVID-19 changes.

Management - Greentree Medical Center -Pittsburgh

Please remember, the majority of cases of COVID-19 will be mild and do not require hospitalization. Furthermore COVID-19 has thus far not shown severe symptoms in young children (ages 0-9). Please keep in mind it is still flu season and children can exhibit severe reactions to the flu. Nonetheless, any patients exhibiting symptoms should be isolated and everyone should practice social distancing and enhanced hygiene to minimize spread within the community. Please heed the guidelines of the CDC and WHO on how to minimize exposure to yourself and others.

Governor Wolfe statement on COVID-19 (March 16th):
World Health Organization Advice for the Public:
What is social distancing and why is it important?