Coronavirus (COVID-19)

MarinHealth is committed to fostering the health and wellbeing of the North Bay, and we are working diligently to provide accurate, clear information for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vaccine Distribution

Eligible Marin County Residents are able to schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine through the County of Marin. This is a very fluid situation, and the best way to know when and where appointments are available is to keep visiting the County site, which is updated regularly. As doses are delivered, the county opens additional appointments. Typically, appointments are posted on Fridays. If doses are available, you will see buttons towards the bottom of the page showing dates and times for eligible residents to choose from. If no appointments are available, the site will indicate that. You can also determine if you are eligible to receive the vaccine in a nearby county through

If you are not yet eligible to receive the vaccine, you can still register your interest with the county by filling out their Interest Form. This will ensure that you are contacted when you become eligible and vaccines are available.

  • Learn more about the vaccination process.
  • View the latest vaccine distribution information from Marin Public Health.

COVID-19 Testing

With a few exceptions, we offer COVID-19 diagnostic tests to patients with symptoms. These are mostly adult patients who meet specific criteria (see below) and have been referred by one of our providers for drive-through testing or an appointment at one of our Medical Network Clinics (including the Adult Acute Care Clinic).

We also test patients who arrive at MarinHealth Medical Center’s Emergency Department and meet the criteria.

Testing is done routinely on asymptomatic patients scheduled for procedures or surgery at a MarinHealth facility, as part of pre-admission preparation. And all patients who are hospitalized at MarinHealth Medical Center are tested, even if they do not display COVID-19 symptoms. To learn more about testing in Marin we encourage you to read the COVID-19 Testing Information on the Marin County Public Health website.

Medical Care During the Pandemic

Don’t delay getting care for chronic or new medical issues during the pandemic. Thanks to stringent safety protocols and procedures, you can rest assured that it’s safe to see your doctor or seek care at the Medical Center. Learn more about visiting restrictions, adjustments to hours of operation, updates on surgeries, procedures, and exams at MarinHealth Medical Center. Learn more about pandemic updates in our MarinHealth Medical Network clinics.

Throughout MarinHealth, we are open and available for appointments by telehealth (video) and in-person if needed, with rigorous safety precautions.

If you have a MarinHealth Medical Network doctor and need care for a routine or new condition, call your provider’s office.

If you need a new doctor, call: 1-888-627-4642 to get connected to a MarinHealth Medical Network provider.

If you suspect you have COVID-19, call our hotline: 1-628-336-5205.

If you need non-emergent after-hours or weekend care, call our Adult Acute Care Clinic: 1-628-336-5205.

If you have life threatening symptoms of any kind (heart attack, stroke, COVID-19), call: 911. Our Emergency Department is expertly staffed 24/7, and potential COVID patients are being treated separately and safely.

Additional Resources
See a list of local and national COVID-19 resources, prevention strategies, testing FAQs, and diabetic precautions.

Support Us, While We Support Our Community
If you would like to support MarinHealth and our dedicated physicians, nurses, and medical professionals who are working hard to ensure the health and safety of all our patients and members of the Marin community, please consider making a financial donation to the area of greatest need or donate critical supplies or meals.

Donate Now!

Healthcare Heroes in our Midst
Our series of mini-videos, Healthcare Heroes, focuses on the dedication and commitment of our MarinHealth experts in the battle against COVID-19. Check out one or all to learn about how things have been going behind the scenes for our hard working team.