If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 do NOT go in person to a clinic location.
For any appointment, you MUST call beforehand: 301-493-2400
MobileMed's COVID-19 Care...
MobileMed is your primary care medical home. We will support you in getting tested and respond to any questions you have regarding your health and the pandemic. If you fall ill with COVID-19, we will consult with you by phone and/or telehealth to guide how you manage your symptoms from home and monitor your recovery. We do not have emergency care services. If you are having difficulty breathing, chest pain, or other serious symptoms do not call MobileMed. Call and/or visit an emergency room immediately.
MobileMed does not have emergency care services. Any of our patients experiencing serious symptoms due to COVID-19, should call or go to a local emergency room immediately. The emergency facility will care for you throughout your illness and recovery. If you have been hospitalized for COVID-19 and are recently released, please call the office (301-493-2400) so that we can provide appropriate follow up.
When to call us...
If you are a MobileMed patient and you have mild symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (coronavirus), please call the office (301-493-2400). If you are having difficulty breathing, chest pain, or other serious symptoms please call and/or visit an emergency room immediately.
If you are officially alerted that you were in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, follow any instructions given to you by the contact tracer. Please also call our office (301-493-2400) so that we are aware you will be getting tested and can offer follow up support. If you believe you may have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, contact the office (301-493-2400). We will help you determine what action, if any, should be taken.
If you have received a positive test result and have not yet spoken to any MobileMed staff about it, please call our office (301-493-2400). We want to be able to offer you appropriate support and follow up. If someone you live with has tested positive, there is a much higher likelihood that you are also sick. Please call us (301-493-2400)immediately, so that we can coordinate testing and proper support and follow up for you.
How to stay safe...
Even as Montgomery County guidelines loosen, the best way to stay safe is to continue to social distance and observe other safety practices. Stay six feet apart from anyone who does not live with you and always wear a mask in public settings. Do not attend large group events. Carry hand sanitizer to use when you are in public spaces. Always wash your hands for 20 seconds or more before touching your face or eating food. Clean high touch surfaces in your home and work place with disinfecting products. These practices cannot ensure that you will not contract COVID-19, but they significantly reduce your risk and the risk of those around you.
All of the basic safety practices you do every day, like wearing a mask and washing your hands, help to keep our entire community safe. Everyone wants to spend time with the people they love, but we all must keep in mind safety guidelines when we do so. It is very important that both you and your loved ones continue to practice appropriate safety measures when you are together. This may mean that you need to adjust the activities you normally do together and be creative about where you spend time together, to keep each other safe.
Brush up on the best ways to follow safety practices through the links below: