COVID-19 Resource List
Appointments | Telehealth
Due to COVID-19 precautions, video visits using Epic Telehealth are available for new and existing patients. In-person visits will continue to be available for patients in need of urgent, in-person care. Find out more about your telehealth options here.
Columbia Coronavirus Resource Center
During these turbulent times, we would like to remind you to be aware not only of your surroundings, but of yourself. Stay healthy by recognizing the signs and of COVID-19:
- Difficulty Breathing
Clinicians and researchers at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center are global leaders in responding to COVID-19. In addition to being at the forefront of the clinical and scientific response to the virus, CUIMC is committed to keeping patients and the CUIMC community informed about COVID-19. Information is updated throughout each day as the impact of the virus changes locally and nationally. Visit here for the Columbia Coronavirus Resource Center.
NewYork-Presbyterian COVID-19 Hotline
If you have concerns regarding COVID-19 you can call the NYP hotline at 646-697-4000. This hotline is available as a public service to provide information only and not to diagnose, treat, or render a medical opinion. For more information on what to know about COVID or for frequently asked questions go here.
Mental Health Resources
Due to COVID-19 and the unprecedented circumstances that have come with this crisis, it has created a great deal of stress and uncertainty for the community of patients, families, and healthcare staff. If you would like to speak with one of our licensed social workers about this in further detail, please schedule an appointment by calling 212-305-5616.
For online mental health resources, the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital has curated resources for providers and those they serve into five domains here.
Get mental health tips from the WFCPC team.
- Columbia Fever and Cough Clinics – Call your provider to see if you qualify to be referred to the Fever and Cough clinics. These fever and cough clinics are available to patients who have first been screened (either by phone or via Telehealth) by one of Columbia University’s healthcare providers, and who are experiencing respiratory illness (fever, cough, nasal congestion, sore throat).
- CDC – High Risk Resource Center – The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has compiled a list of resources for high risk populations in regard to the Coronavirus. For more information click here.
- Capsule – Free same day delivery pharmacy including over the counter medication. This has been a resource many in our patient community have found useful. *(The Weinberg Family CP Center is not affiliated with Capsule by any means.)
The health, safety, and well-being of our patients is top priority here at the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center. If you have any questions regarding physical or mental health concerns, please call us at 212-305-2700.