Available Everywhere with Virtual Assistance
Positive COVID test? We can help.
Prompt treatment is key for helping ease symptoms and reducing the chances of hospitalization. Don’t delay. If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19, get treatment today.
All treatments are delivered virtually and available from the comfort of home.
What’s included with CityHealth COVID Care?
Your care may start with a virtual visit, but it doesn’t end there! Here’s what you can expect.
Professional Medical Care
Virtual Care Appointment
Custom Treatment Plan
Antiviral Rx Treatment
Local Pharmacy Pick-up
Virtual COVID Treatment
Once you book a Virtual COVID Care appointment, we’ll match you with a trained clinician who will take the time to listen to your symptoms and medical history. Then, we’ll create a customized COVID Treatment Plan that’s expertly tailored to your unique needs and symptoms, including safe, effective antiviral treatments and symptom management solutions to help you feel better. We can even send your prescriptions to your favorite local pharmacy for pickup or delivery. All delivered virtually, and all from the safety and comfort of your home.
No commute, no waiting rooms, no hassle.
How it works
No need to commute or wait to be seen, you can schedule for a virtual appointment and see a doctor from the comfort of your home.
Personal Treatment Plan
Get the right prescriptions for you, instantly delivered to your favorite local pharmacy.
Feel Better Together
Symptoms CityHealth COVID Treatment Can Help With
Aches and Pains
Fatigue and Tiredness
Loss of Taste or Smell
Shortness of Breath
Congestion or Runny Nose
Nausea or Vomiting
Need a COVID test? You have options!
The test you need, at a location near you! Rapid Antigen, Molecular PCR, Rapid Molecular & Rapid PCR options available.
10 Convenient locations
* CityHealth is no longer able to offer no-cost COVID testing at our Test Clinics. Please see the appointment booking page for pricing.
Who is eligible for CityHealth COVID treatment?
If you’re not a California resident, you can find more information about COVID treatment near you on the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response website, here.
I did not receive my COVID test from CityHealth. Am I still eligible for CityHealth COVID treatment?
Yes, absolutely! You do not need to have received your COVID test from CityHealth, and we will not ask you to test again with us to receive treatment.
I took an at-home RapidReturn or RapidHome test and it was positive. Do I need to re-test at a CityHealth COVID test location?
What types of COVID treatment does CityHealth offer?
Paxlovid is available as part of a Federal Test to Treat program that offers COVID antiviral treatments to patients who have tested positive within the last 5 days. Paxlovid quantities are federally allocated by County, and many not be available to all patients depending on where you live.
To ensure all CityHealth patients have access to safe and effective COVID treatments, we’re pleased to also offer Lageviro, a similar antiviral prescription, to patients who meet CDC and FDA guidelines.
Both are taken orally (a pill that you swallow) and are safe, effective treatments that have been widely prescribed in the United States and worldwide.
Does CityHealth offer antiviral COVID treatment infusions?
What types of COVID symptom relief medications can CityHealth prescribe me?
Are COVID antiviral medications FDA-approved?
What are the side effects associated with COVID antiviral medications?
Where can I learn more about Paxlovid and Lagevrio?
I received a positive COVID test 5 or more days ago. Am I still eligible for CityHealth COVID treatment?
While you may not be eligible for oral antiviral medications if you were diagnosed with COVID-19 5 or more days ago, we can still offer you prescriptions to ease your COVID symptoms, such as medications to help treat nausea, diarrhea, and body aches.
What do I do if I have a COVID-19 emergency?
- Trouble breathing
- Bluish lips or face
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion
- Inability to wake up or stay awake