COVID-19: What You Need to Know

Saint Luke's continues to monitor COVID-19 and work to safeguard the health of our community. We ask you to do your part by getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, and washing your hands.

 


VISITOR GUIDELINES

Saint Luke’s has revised our visiting guidelines for facilities in the health system.
 

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COVID-19 TESTING

Appointment-only COVID-19 testing is available for new and existing patients at locations throughout the metro.
 

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COVID-19 VACCINATION

We're vaccinating all individuals aged 5 or older with COVID-19 vaccines, and providing a booster vaccine to those aged 18+, plus those aged 16–17 who received a Pfizer vaccine.
 

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SUPPORT HEALTH CARE HEROES

Show your gratitude for our Saint Luke's staff by donating food, making a monetary gift, or sending a note of encouragement.

How to Help

Resources

Mental Health

These are uncertain times. Saint Luke’s board-certified psychiatrists and licensed psychotherapists are here for you. Virtual visits are available now for adults and children. 

Schedule a virtual visit with a specialist.

Saint Luke's Community Resource Hub

Connect with community programs near you that offer free or reduced-cost services, like food, housing, financial help, and more.

Get connected through Saint Luke's Community Resource Hub.

Cisco Webex® Resources

Saint Luke’s is using Webex online meetings to connect with patients and their families when in-person visits aren’t possible due to COVID-19 restrictions, schedules, or distance.

Learn how to use Cisco Webex.

State and Local Health Departments

Centers and Organizations