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COVID-19

Clinic Updates, January 2022:

Important Update For Our Patients.

Locations update: All locations have resumed normal operating hours and services, including dental. If you are in need of health services please call or text us at 844.308.5003 before coming to the clinic. We are not taking walk-in patients at this time. Please be advised that we are not allowing visitors in with patients at this time unless they are accompanying a minor. Thank you for your understanding.

Please be assured that at VCC, we are taking all necessary precautions; clinicians are currently using personal protective equipment (ppe) at all times, and patients who do not have a surgical mask are being given their own upon arrival. If patients are unable to wear a mask, we will help provide care in an alternate manner.

Testing:

The VCC medical mobile unit is providing no cost COVID-19 testing to all ages and members of the community in North County San Diego. They are also providing COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. Check out events calendar and/or follow us on social media for continued updates on times and locations. You can schedule an appointment with the mobile unit by calling 760.631.500 ext. 1011. You do not have to be a patient to access the mobile unit. Click on the links below, or call 211, to find a testing center near you.

Get connected to care while in the comfort of your own home through Telehealth. You may be able to take care of your health needs without coming into the clinic, helping keep you healthy and safe. A clinician will determine whether or not you need to be seen in person for care.

Vaccines:

All VCC healthcare locations can provide ages 5 and older with the COVID-19 vaccine. Boosters are currently being offered to ages 16 and older.

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Stay updated on the CDC’s recommendations here.

Remember to wash those hands! If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

VCC is following this situation closely and wants to help you stay healthy. The best way to prevent illness is to get vaccinated and take precautions to avoid exposure. This means limiting your travel and interactions to those outside of your household, and wearing a proper mask when you are in public spaces.