COVID-19 Resource Center
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We are prepared to safely care for you. Do your part to stop the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing, washing your hands, monitoring your health, and getting vaccinated.
Make an appointment at sites across the Bay Area. Let’s get to immunity.
Testing is available at sites across the Bay Area. Some locations require an appointment.
Visit us in person or choose a video visit. Your health matters & we’re ready to safely care for you.
If you are at high risk for complications from COVID-19 infection, you may qualify for therapies to prevent or treat COVID-19 infection including monoclonal antibodies or anti-virals. Learn more »
Vaccine & Testing Sites
We offer vaccination to individuals in the eligible population by appointment. We also offer testing to patients and the public. Some sites require an appointment or are drop-in only.
Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 diagnostic testing for active infection is available to current patients and members of the public at sites across the Bay Area. Some testing locations require a doctor’s order and/or appointment.
Book an appointment through MyHealth or by calling 650-498-9000.
COVID-19 antibody testing is also available. Antibody testing requires a doctor’s order and takes place at a blood draw labratory. Contact your care team for more information.
Access your diagnostic test result through MyHealth. On the MyHealth app home screen, tap on the “Tests” icon. Then tap the message titled “2019 Novel Coronavirus (Sars-Cov-2).” Your diagnostic test result will be available there.
If you are using the MyHealth web portal, click on “MY MEDICAL RECORD” and then “Test Results.” Click the message titled “2019 Novel Coronavirus (Sars-Cov-2).” Your diagnostic test result will be stated there.
If you test positive for COVID-19 infection, in addition to notification via MyHealth, the care team will call you to deliver your test result and to provide medical guidance.
If you do not have a MyHealth account, you can create one at no cost. Call the MyHealth team for assistance at 866-367-0758. If you choose not to create a MyHealth account, to access your negative test result you will need to call Clinical Advice Services at 650-724-9400. Clinical Advice Services will relay your request to a nurse, who will call you back to deliver your negative test result.
Diagnostic results are typically available 3-7 days from the time of the test, depending on demand.
To view antibody test results, tap or click the message titled “SARS-COV-2, IgG & IgM” in the MyHealth app or web portal test results section.
Everyone age 5 and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Everyone age 12 and older, who completed an initial vaccine series, is eligible for a booster.**
Make an appointment at one of our sites.
Parents/Guardians of people under age 18 without proxy MyHealth access will need to call to schedule an appointment. Individuals who are aged 5-17 can also schedule their vaccination with Stanford Children’s Health. Parental consent is required if under 18 years old.
For more information on the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine, read our Pediatric Vaccine FAQs.
**Pfizer-BioNTech is available for 12+
**Moderna is available for 18+
COVID-19 Booster Shot
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recommends COVID-19 booster shots to certain groups of people based on their age, health condition or occupation, and also to anyone who received the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at least two months ago.
Boosters can be scheduled for:
- Individuals 12+ who received a Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at least five months after their second dose
- Individuals 18+ who received a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least five months after their second dose
- Individuals 18+ who received the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at least two months ago
- Individuals who are immunocompromised should schedule a booster dose 28 days after completing the number of recommended primary doses
**Individuals aged 12-17 can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech booster. Individuals aged 18 and older may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose.
**Individuals with recent COVID-19 infection may receive their booster dose after their symptoms resolve and they have met criteria to discontinue isolation per CDC guidelines.
Please refer to this CDC chart of information about all three COVID-19 boosters.
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Wellness and prevention
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COVID-19 Testing & Vaccination
Book a COVID-19 testing or vaccination appointment using MyHealth or by calling 650-498-9000.
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For care in the Tri-Valley area, visit ValleyCare.com or call 925-847-3000.