If you feel you may have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms including fever, cough, and shortness of breath or have questions about how best to seek care, please call your primary care provider. To establish care with a primary care provider at Crossing Rivers Health Clinic, please call 608.357.2500.
Your local Public Health Agency is also available for guidance:
- Crawford County Public Health: 608.326.0229
- Grant County Public Health: 608.723.6416
- Allamakee County - Veteran's Memorial Hospital Community and Home Care: 563.568.5660
- Clayton County Visiting Nurse Association: 563.245.1145
What our patients should know
If you believe you may have Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or have questions about how best to seek care, please contact your primary care provider or visit our Urgent Care/Emergency Department. If you wish to establish care with a primary care provider at Crossing Rivers Health Clinic, please call 608.357.2500.
Crossing Rivers Health is taking a proactive approach in preventing the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in our organization and community. With that in mind, there are a number of changes implemented until further notice.
During these times of uncertainty, Crossing Rivers Health has worked quickly to offer our patients alternatives to in-person visits. A number of health and wellness needs can currently be managed through a virtual visit or phone call with a provider. These include new or chronic health issues, follow-up visits, medication refills, well-child checks, Medicare Wellness Visits, and managed care for nursing home residents.
Crossing Rivers Health Home Medical Equipment Retail Store is still open and offering convenient curbside pickup for all of your home medical equipment and supply needs including personal hygiene products, home assertive devices, orthotics, wheelchair rentals, and more.
- Call 608.357.2399 to order. Credit card payments can be accepted over phone or checks accepted at pick up time
- Schedule a pick-up time Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Pick-up! We'll load your order into your trunk at the curbside pick-up area near the North Entrance.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.
Want to donate needed items?
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is necessary to protect our healthcare workforce and prevent the spread of coronavirus. We currently have a standard supply and are in no danger of running out at this time. We are appreciative of donated PPE, including masks and ear savers.