COVID-19 can be a very serious, sometime fatal condition for anyone. Family Health Centers has been working closely with local, state and federal health officials to get testing, vaccines and protective masks to our patients and community members. Our goal throughout the pandemic has been to create a safe environment for our staff and patients to continue providing needed health care and to provide COVID-19 testing and life-saving vaccines to the medically underserved areas of Louisville.
The COVID-19 vaccines available are based upon years of research and were tested on thousands of people for safety and effectiveness in reducing the severity of COVID-19 illness. Vaccines are the best defense against COVID-19. Anyone six months and older may receive a COVID-19 vaccine and should receive their vaccine as soon as possible.
On March 25th there will be a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Americana Community Center. Learn more by clicking here!
If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19, you should get a COVID-19 test.
COVID-19 can be a serious condition for many people, especially older individuals or people with certain conditions such as obesity, heart disease, COPD and diabetes. If you have been recently exposed to COVID-19 and are concerned, stay at home and wear a mask in public. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, you should get a COVID-19 test and follow current quarantine guidelines. If you feel very ill and feel like you need medical care and advice, please call Family Health Centers at (502) 774-8631.
All patients and visitors must wear a face mask while at our sites. We will provide you with a mask if you need one.
Do not bring family members or friends to your appointment if possible. This is for the safety of our patients and staff and to allow for more social distancing.
Please let us know when you arrive if you have symptoms of COVID-19 so that our staff can take precautions and keep others safe.
COVID-19 Positive or Exposure Quarantine Guidelines
Exposed or tested positive? Call the LOU HEALTH helpline (502) 912-8598.