>> Telehealth Visits @ RMMSC
Have you scheduled a Telehealth appointment with your RMMSC Team? Click here for information on making sure your virtual visit is a success.
We have converted most visits to telehealth, particularly for patients at potential higher risk, such as pregnant patients or those patients over 60 years of age. Telehealth clinic visits require a computer or phone with an internet connection that allows you to watch movies or videos. Telehealth tips to help you prepare for your visit are posted here: https://www.mscenter.org/education/covid-19/903-telehealth-tips
Phased-In Approach at UCHealth for In-Person Visits
Beginning on April 27th, the clinic began slowly phasing in in-person visits, starting with high priority visits and procedures. Many MS visits will still be mostly via telehealth for several months. If you are scheduled for an in-person visit, please bring your own masks if possible. Also, be sure to bring in your recent medical records and MRIs. If you are feeling ill with an upper respiratory syndrome, especially cough, fever and sneezing, on the day of your visit, please reschedule your visit with us and contact your PCP as to how to address your upper respiratory syndrome.
>> Curated List of COVID-19 Resources for You and Your Family
Staying connected, active, and calm during these difficult times is challenging, but we have been so grateful to find so many amazing and creative resources and online programming being offered right now. We have compiled a list of those resources including ways to stay active at home, fun things to do online (tours, concerts, educational activities, zoo cams, and more!), opportunities to socialize virtually, mental health resources, food and supply links, and volunteering opportunities. CLICK HERE.
>> Additional sources of information
— Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is providing a phone line to answer questions from the public about COVID-19. Call CO-Help at 303.389.1687 or 1.877.462.2911 or email COHELP@RMPDC.org, for answers in English and Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more.
— World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 information includes history of the virus, worldwide statistics, and frequently asked questions.