If you are looking for information about how to find a provider, schedule an appointment, or ask questions, please see the resources below. For information about clinics offering screening, visit the Spokane County Screening Locations page. You can also call the statewide hotline at 1.800.525.0127 (press #) with questions about COVID-19.
MultiCare is currently offering free e-visits to anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms through MultiCare Virtual Care, where providers will also help people navigate to the next appropriate step. Use promo code “COVID19” at the payment page to unlock the free e-visit.
If you have traveled to or from high-risk countries including China, South Korea, Japan, Italy or Iran within the past 30 days; or have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 and have a fever or respiratory illness (fever, cough or shortness of breath); you can schedule a Virtual Visit.
Kaiser Permanente members can get care and advice by visiting kp.org/wa/onlinecare and scheduling an E-visit or by starting a Care Chat. Members may also schedule a telephone or video appointment at kp.org/wa. For questions about care or general advice, call the Consulting Nurse Service 24 hours a day at 1.800.297.6877.
Community members should text “COVID” to 424.354.4956. Individuals who text in will receive a text with screening questions, identifying whether they should call to speak with to the CHAS triage team. A phone or video appointment may be scheduled, if appropriate.
Unify Community Health
Call select locations for information about appointments and screening options and instructions.
Franklin Park Urgent Care Center
Non-life threatening, urgent care services are offered on a walk-in basis with no appointment needed.
Learn more about services available to existing patients here.
Through a variety of convenient care options, Regence members can engage with providers without leaving home. Calls, video chats, and in some geographic locations, mobile care units are available to answer questions and concerns about their health and well-being. People can sign in to their regence.com digital account to see what options are available.
Insurance nurse hotlines & triage
Most health insurance plans have a nurse hotline or triage that can help with questions from the public about COVID-19. People can find the contact information on their insurance’s website or on the back of their insurance cards.
If you recently lost healthcare coverage or currently do not have health insurance
There may be options available to you through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. Learn more.