Health Professionals

The information on this page is intended for healthcare professionals serving in community and tribal health centers, hospitals, pharmacies, behavioral health settings, and dental clinics.

To contact us, please email:  MCSDCallCenter.HHSA@sdcounty.ca.gov.

PPE requests should be sent to MOC.LOGS.HHSA@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Interested in COVID-19 Clinical Assistance?

If your practice would like COVID-19 assistance from clinical leaders and public health experts on COVID-19 clinical guidelines and resources for your office and patients, set up an appointment by contacting us at MCSDCallCenter.HHSA@sdcounty.ca.gov. Please include your name, practice name, phone number, your availability, and the topic(s) you would like to discuss. Support is only for COVID-19 related clinical assistance. For more information, please click here

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COVID-19 Testing Available for Children and Adults

If a child or youth is unable to get tested from their healthcare provider, children 6 months and older are able to be tested at any County-coordinated test site. Please visit the Testing webpage for more information. To view the Temporary Lodging Program flyer for providers caring for persons needing a safe place to isolate or quarantine, including for patients experiencing homelessness, click here. To view the Temporary Lodging Program flyer that can be shared with patients, click here. For healthcare workers requiring a safe place to isolate or quarantine, click here for more information.

Where to Report a Positive Coronavirus Test

          

Caring for Your Mental Health During COVID-19 for Healthcare Personnel

Pandemics are Stressful. Providing care to others during the COVID-19 pandemic can lead to stress, anxiety, fear, and other strong emotions. Moral distress can lead to feelings of self-criticism, shame, guilt, or disgust, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder. It may affect your well-being, the care you give to others while doing your job, and the well-being of the people close to you. Click here to view ways to build your resilience and to cope with stress and click here for more resources. Call the Access & Crisis Line at (888) 724-7240 to speak to a licensed clinician 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The call is free and confidential. 

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Home Quarantine Guidance for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Close Contacts—Note: If the close contact is a healthcare worker, first responder, or other critical infrastructure worker, please have them refer to their employer and the CDC Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers web page for guidance. 

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Public Health Letters and Recommendations

Resources & Guidance

Other County of San Diego Coronavirus Webpages of Interest

Daily Updates on Positive Cases

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FAQs, Posters, Videos, and Other Materials

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Other Community Sectors of Interest

Thank you

The County of San Diego would like to thank all the health professionals in our community for your extraordinary work, dedication and support to help ensure that our region is healthy, safe, and thriving. 

 

For additional questions and resources, please email:
MCSDCallCenter.HHSA@sdcounty.ca.gov

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