Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Information and Resources for Our Orlando and Lake Nona Patients about COVID-19

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Your Health is Our Top Priority

We want to make sure you receive care when and how you need it. In addition to offering telehealth services, UCF Health is following CDC guidelines for in-person care, including social distancing, daily clinic disinfection, mask use and temperature checks.

Steps We’re Taking To Keep You Safe In Light Of COVID-19

FAQs

If I need medical care not related to COVID-19, can I get an appointment with my doctor?

Yes. We’re open and available for in-person or telehealth appointments. We can transition many visits to a telehealth platform, if that is your preference.

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Is UCF Health accepting in-person visits?

Yes. UCF Health is currently open and diligently following all of the latest health updates concerning COVID-19.

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Is telehealth available so I get care virtually or be seen by a doctor over the internet?

Yes. We can transition many visits to a telehealth platform, if that is your preference.

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What is UCF Health doing to make sure I’m safe when I come in?

  • Social distancing in all areas of the clinic, including waiting rooms
  • All providers and office staff are masked
  • All patients are asked to bring their own mask but a facemask will be provided at our front desk upon arrival if you do not have one.
  • Temperature checks, questionnaire for every patient
  • Extensive daily cleaning/disinfection of clinic

 

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What should I do if I have symptoms of COVID-19?

  • All patients with symptoms requesting a COVID screening are seen remotely using telehealth to avoid possible contact with other patients.

 

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Can someone come with me to my appointment?

  • Effective March 19th: For the safety of our patients, staff, and visitors, we are restricting all patients to one visitor, age 16 and older. However, it is highly discouraged due to spacing of the waiting room. Your visitor will need to answer the screening questions and have their temperature checked also.

 

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Get Tested

UCF Testing Site

A COVID-19 and antibody testing site is available at UCF Parking Garage A. Individuals must have an appointment in order to receive a test, which is administered weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (appointments may end before 5 p.m. if the daily appointments are filled earlier). Those who do not have an appointment will be turned away.

For an appointment, which is required to receive either or both tests:

Lake Nona Testing Site

Testing at the Lake Nona Testing Site is temporarily unavailable. We are working to identify potential alternative locations in the Lake Nona area.

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