COVID-19 Clinic Information
MarillacHealth is dedicated to providing the best and most effective care to our patients. We want you to know we are here for you and you are welcome here. The safety of our patients and staff are our top priority. Here is what to expect when you come in for your visit at MarillacHealth during this period:
If you are experiencing cough, fever or shortness of breath, please call (970) 623-6235 or (970) 822-2907 . Please do NOT come into the clinic, for your safety, and the safety of our staff & other patients.
MEDICAL/DENTAL/BEHAVIORAL HEALTH – Updated 01/11/2021
- Grand Junction Clinic Site: All Medical, Behavioral Health & Dental Clinics are open and appointments can be scheduled. Call 970-200-1600.
- County Clinic Site: All Medical, Behavioral Health & Dental Clinics are open and appointments can be scheduled. Call 970-200-1600.
- Dental: Regular scheduling hours back in place and scheduling appointments and emergency appointments. Call 970-200-1600.
- Optical Services: Our Optical Clinic has permanently closed. Our Front Desk and Case Managers can assist with referrals.
- Telehealth continues to be an option if patient prefers. Let us know when you call.
- All Medical & Dental patients arriving at the clinic are being screened at the front door and asked a series of questions about recent symptoms. Your temperature will be taken and a mask provided if you do not have one.
- If feeling sick with fever, cough, shortness of breath – FIRST call our Triage Line to speak to a Nurse. 970-623-6235 or 970-822-2907
- Our Clinics are clean and safety precautions in place. The health of our patients & staff is important. All patients, visitors and staff will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms before entering facility and all are required to wear a mask.
Thanks to grant funding, we purchased Air Sanitizing Units for dental exam rooms and our waiting / lobby area. We have limited seating in lobby so outside seating under a canopy is available and we are practicing 6 ft social distancing.
MarillacHealth earns Five-Star Variance Protection Program Rating
The Variance Protection Program, sometimes referred to as the 5-star rating program, is a collaborative effort between Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce to recognize establishments implementing public health recommendations related to COVID-19.
How does a business qualify?
Businesses who submitted a safety plan to MCPH for reopening under Safer at Home Phase 2 will be visited by an MCPH representative and be rated for the Variance Protection Program. Businesses can fill out a form if they have already received an audit, or are not required to submit a reopening application, but would like to see if they qualify. An MCPH representative will visit the establishment and do an audit of their procedures as it relates to COVID-19. The representative will score them on a series of items required in the current public health order and outlined in the reopening plan.
Are businesses that don’t have this rating unsafe?
No. Participation in this program is completely voluntary, it is intended to be a resource for those looking for establishments who are complying with public health orders and provide a list of safe places to go.
- To avoid and reduce unnecessary visits to the clinic or eligibility office so we can slow this virus, you can call and request an application be mailed to you. You can complete and mail back to us and no need to come in or sign for your card. We will mail it to you!
- If you need to meet with Eligibility in person, the 602 Bookcliff Avenue office has re-opened if you need an application or to pick up your card.
CORONAVIRUS SANITY GUIDE (FREE)
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THANK YOU for trusting MarillacHealth with your care. We will keep you updated.
For additional information on COVID-19 visit:
CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prevention)
CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment)