CHI offering virtual care for potential coronavirus patients

Use the COVID19 coupon code to make a free virtual care visit.

  • Friday, March 13, 2020 10:57am
  • News

In light of the coronavirus outbreak currently plaguing Washington, CHI Franciscan is offering free 24/7 virtual care visits for anyone who may be experiencing upper respiratory symptoms suggestive of a COVID-19 infection.

Here is how you can access virtual care:

• Web: franciscanvirtualcare.org

• Phone: 1-855-356-8053

• App store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/franciscan-virtual-care/id1455879959?ls=1

• Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.chifranciscan.android.chih.virtualcare

When prompted for payment, use coupon code COVID19 to waive the $35 virtual video consultation fee and to connect with a board-certified healthcare provider.

Eligibility for a free visit for COVID-19 is limited to one per individual across all platforms.

In accordance with public health guidelines, CHI is asking patients to avoid going to the emergency room or urgent care unless symptoms are severe (such as a high fever or shortness of breath). If you are concerned about symptoms, utilize the virtual care option, or call your regular provider before visiting a facility.




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