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We're navigating the most important, complex public health effort in our nation's history together. We will continue to get vaccine until everyone who wants to be protected against COVID-19 is immunized, but it will take time.
We're eager to protect you from COVID-19 with a vaccination, but Gundersen's ability to offer the vaccine depends on the supply we receive. Like other healthcare systems, we are following a framework to vaccinate those at highest risk first.
You'll hear from us through MyChart or by mailed letter when it's your turn to schedule a vaccination appointment.
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If you're experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, there are two options for screening and testing at Gundersen Health System:
By phone or online, you will be asked screening questions to determine your next steps.
For questions about COVID-19, ask Ayla, our digital helper. You can find her in the lower right corner of our website.
If you're feeling ill, please help us protect our patients, staff and community amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic by contacting us before you come in.
No vaccine is without side effects as your body builds protection against viruses. Here's how a few of our employees felt afterward.
Developing the COVID-19 vaccine is the most important, complex public health effort in our nation's history. Federal, state and local healthcare experts and public health officials unified to make sure it's safe.
We're glad so many people would like to get the COVID-19 vaccine. We're eager to protect you from the virus.
Some Gundersen Health System patients can now be screened for COVID-19 online and self-schedule a COVID-19 test, speeding up the process for many community members and helping relieve overburdened staff.
See the options you have for getting screened for COVID-19. Plus the answers to common testing questions.
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The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to millions of eager Americans in the coming months. While we wait, arm yourself with the facts.