Coronavirus (COVID-19)

MarinHealth is prepared and ready to care for our community during this evolving COVID-19 pandemic. For more details, please read our public statement and the important information below.


Adult Acute Care Clinic - By Appointment Only
MarinHealth is well-equipped and ready to care for our community. We have experts standing by to screen, diagnose, and treat patients in a variety of settings. If you are experiencing fever, respiratory illness, dizziness or other symptoms you suspect may be related to COVID-19, call our hotline to speak to someone who will assess your situation and schedule the best option for you.

Do not go to the emergency department if you do not require emergent care. Read more from the CDC: What to do if you suspect you are infected by the Coronavirus.


MarinHealth Medical Center
Check current visiting restrictions, and updates on surgeries, procedures, and exams.


MarinHealth Location Closures
Some of our offices are temporarily closed until further notice. The office will contact you to reschedule appointments as needed.


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.

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MarinHealth Medical Network Clinics and Doctors
The wellness of our community is our primary concern. Our Medical Network offices are open for business, although we have implemented some changes to ensure the safety of our patients, staff, providers, and greater community.

  • Wellness Visits (physicals, checkups, etc.) will be rescheduled to a later date
  • Visits that can be easily converted will be conducted by phone/video (telehealth)
  • Patients who need to see a provider in person will be scheduled to the best of our ability

For more information, contact your doctor’s office directly. If you have a scheduled appointment, you may be contacted to reschedule or convert to a telehealth appointment.


Diabetic Precautions
People with diabetes are at higher risk for infection from COVID-19. Learn more.


Prevention Strategies
The CDC has dedicated content related to how to best protect yourself and your family from COVID-19.


Additional Resources

Marin Health & Human Services
Residents are encouraged to seek factual information about COVID-19 and not fall prey to rumors circulating on social media. Local updates can be found on the Marin County COVID-19 webpage, where you can also sign up to receive updates by email. In addition, individuals can contact Marin HHS with non-medical COVID-19 questions by calling a dedicated information call center at 1-415-473-7191 or by email.

California Department of Public Health

Center for Disease Control