Neighborhood Health Center continues to monitor the evolving COVID-19 pandemic by following the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New York State Department of Health, and Erie County Department of Health.
While still providing needed care, we continue to work with our public health partners in efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community and to keep our patients and team safe.
Call your primary care provider, stay home and limit contact with family members until advised otherwise. Together with our public health partners, you’ll be advised on recommended next steps.
Call ahead BEFORE going in person to any healthcare facility.
Don’t go to your local emergency department for COVID-19 testing. The emergency department is only for those who need the most critical care.* * If you experience chest pain, shortness of breath or other potentially life-threatening problems, go to the nearest emergency department or call 911.
At Neighborhood Health Center, the health of you and your baby is a top priority for us. As we continue to sanitize and disinfect our offices frequently to ensure your health, it’s important for you to attend all routine and prenatal appointments. Click here to download a list of frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 and pregnancy.
All practice pediatric well care visits and routine, non-ill follow-up visits have been moved to the mornings and early afternoons. Pediatric sick visits will be reserved for end of day and evening sessions in efforts to keep well and sick patients separate in all parts of the office.