COVID-19 Resource Center / Safe Patient Care
Safe Patient Care
One of the safest places you can be
Stanford Health Care is your partner in health. We adhere to all safety guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, California Department of Public Health, and local county public health departments.
Telehealth video visits are available for primary care, follow-up visits, mental health services, and many specialty care appointments. Video visits are available through the MyHealth app and web portal.
Note: Parents and guardians of patients 17 years and younger can join their child’s video visit using a MyHealth proxy access.
View our video to learn more about telehealth appointments.
In-person appointments are available for new and returning patients. For primary care, call 650-498-3333 or make an appointment via MyHealth.
Specialty Care Appointments
Specialty care visits focus on more complex health conditions. Please contact your doctor or clinic directly for an appointment. For help, call guest services at 650-498-3333.
Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley
Please contact your doctor or clinic directly for an appointments. If you need assistance, please call 925-847-3000.
Our Safety Protocols:
- COVID-19 screening before entry into facilities
- Masks required in operating rooms and high-risk areas
- If patients requests that our staff wear a mask, we will honor their request
- Surgical and N95-grade masks available upon requests
- Physical distancing in all spaces
- Contactless check-in/check-out available through the MyHealth app
- Visitor policy reflects local guidance
- Comprehensive PPE use
- Enhanced cleaning and air filtration
- COVID-19 testing before most procedures and for all staff
New to the clinic? Click below to book your first appointment with us.
Available everyday, 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Available Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends individuals 6 months and older receive the updated bivalent COVID-19 vaccine. Doses vary depending on age and vaccination status. In addition, adults 65 and older can now get a second bivalent booster. See our vaccines page for details.
- In alignment with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and local counties, as well as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), booster shots are no longer required for health care workers. However, we will still require health care workers to receive the primary series of the COVID-19 vaccine.
- New guidelines on masking: see our Visitor Policy for details
- Our drive-thru testing and vaccination sites have closed for the season. For guidance, refer to our testing page and vaccination page.