Keeping You Safe and Protected
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ConcertoCare team has diligently followed health and safety protocols to keep staff and patients safe as we continue to provide vital in-home care to our patients. We are thankful that FDA-approved vaccines are now available to protect all of us from the virus that causes COVID-19. Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to receive the vaccine we encourage you to receive yours if you haven't already. Even individuals who have had COVID-19 are encouraged to get the vaccine to protect against possible reinfection or new variants of the virus.
The COVID-19 vaccine is free. Although ConcertoCare is not currently administering vaccines, we can assist you in scheduling your appointment. Lyft is offering free rides to and from most vaccination sites. Information on how to access free rides is available here. In addition, here are several helpful resources to schedule in-home appointments in the following areas
For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, or speak to your ConcertoCare clinicians at your next visit.
Ongoing Safety Practices
For everyone's continued safety, ConcertoCare performs health screenings for staff and patients before all in-person visits. If a patient tests positive for COVID-19, we follow CDC guidelines to care for the patient and help prevent spread of the virus throughout the household. Symptoms of COVID-19 can be mild, moderate or severe. The ConcertoCare team is trained and ready to support the needs of each individual patient.
A Word of Thanks
ConcertoCare would like to recognize and thank the entire healthcare community, including our team of dedicated caregivers, for their hard work and compassion throughout this unprecedented pandemic. We have all been impacted by the overwhelming loss. Yet, we are uplifted by the continued perseverance and signs of hope. We look forward to the time when everyone can safely gather with family and friends again.