Hudson Headwaters Health Network is working closely with local public health departments and area hospitals as well as following daily guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for review and implementation of its clinical protocols and procedures around COVID-19. Your good health, and the safety of our patients and staff, is our highest priority. Please continue to check this page for the most recent COVID-19 information and news from Hudson Headwaters.
PLEASE CALL your Hudson Headwaters health center if you are experiencing symptoms, have been in close contact with a confirmed case, and/or have recently traveled to a country with an outbreak. Be ready to explain your symptoms, travel history and/or if you were exposed to coronavirus. Luckily, most patients only experience mild symptoms and will recover. For public safety, we strongly encourage home management when appropriate.
COVID-19 tests are available at Hudson Headwaters health centers for both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. Please call your health center to discuss and schedule the best COVID-19 test option for you.
If you are not yet a Hudson Headwaters patient, COVID-19 and antibody testing is available with a brief visit with one of our providers. This visit can be within a health center, urgent care, or in some cases, a telehealth appointment.
Do I need to get tested?
It is important to get tested if you feel ill and/or have had close contact with someone who is either COVID-19 positive or suspected positive. You should also get tested if you have attended a recent protest or other large gatherings, or have recently traveled to a high-risk region, even if you are not experiencing symptoms.
How will I access my test results?
Log in to the Hudson Headwaters Patient Portal to view your test results online. If you are not yet registered for the patient portal, please create your account before your test. Please note: If you choose not to use the patient portal, notification of your test results may be delayed.
Is there a cost?
Charges may apply and depend on your insurance. Contact your health insurance carrier for more information.
To limit non-essential traffic at all health centers and help keep our patients and staff safe, we now offer telehealth services for many primary care, specialty care and follow-up appointments. Just as you normally would, please reach out to your health center with your health-related concerns. Our team will provide guidance regarding which appointments to schedule via telehealth, which appointment types to defer for now, and which may still require an in-person visit.