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The world is facing an unprecedented challenge, with communities and economies everywhere affected by the growing COVID-19 pandemic. Our community members and local businesses are partnering together to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Astria Health is actively engaged in bidirectional, collaborative efforts with the Yakima County Health District as well as adhering to guidance provided by the Yakima County Health District and Washington State Department of Health guidelines to ensure safe care for patients and our communities. Decision making surrounding the testing of patients with suspected cases of COVID-19 is influenced through the incorporation of guidance provided by our local health district and Washington State Department of Health, to ensure appropriate precautions are taken.
We appreciate your cooperation to keep our staff, patients, and yourself safe.
Telehealth is now being offered at all Astria Health Centers across the Yakima Valley. Telehealth is a virtual appointment with your provider using your smart phone or computer from the safety of your home, work, or any other convenient location.
If you would like to schedule a Telehealth appointment, please call the Astria Health Center of your choice, and request scheduling a Telehealth appointment.
After your appointment has been made, the links below are helpful step-by-step directions on how to join the provider for your Telehealth visit.
Apple Device: Click HERE
Android Device: Click HERE
Computer Device: Click HERE
Astria Health is committed to protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients, the community, your families and employees, therefore, during the COVID-19 Outbreak, Astria Sunnyside Hospital and Astria Health Centers are closed to visitors.
Please click HERE to view the visitor restriction and detailed exemptions.
Donations can come in many different ways. People and community members who want to financially help fight this pandemic and support Astria Health's efforts as we work the front lines, are encouraged to follow the link below to make a donation. Thank you for your support at this time!
We advise good handwashing practices and to avoid touching your nose, eyes, and mouth. If you or someone you know has any concerns, contact your Primary Care Physician. If it is an emergent situation, call 9-1-1. We ask that you please make your doctor’s office, EMS and the Emergency Department aware of your concerns and condition that may align with COVID-19, to ensure appropriate safety measures are taken for you and your family.