Learn how you can help slow the spread and how our Telemedicine services can help if you have symptoms.

What you can do to slow the Coronavirus spread:

  • Wear a mask or cloth face covering. Don’t touch your face. Don’t shake hands.
  • Wash your hands frequently for 20 seconds with hot water and soap, or use hand sanitizer. Cover your sneeze or cough with your sleeve or a tissue (dispose and wash hands).
  • Stay home or work from home, if possible. Stay hydrated and eat healthy foods. Exercise and get enough sleep.
  • When in public, maintain a social distance of six feet from others.

What to do if you feel ill:

  • If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms such as cough or difficulty breathing, call the Community Care Clinic at 608.781.2225.
  • Using convenient Telemedicine, our healthcare professionals will talk with you about your symptoms while you stay safely at home.
  • We will offer healthcare advice to help manage your symptoms so you can be more comfortable.
  • If we determine that you should be tested, we will provide directions, using our network relationships with Mayo and Gundersen.

COVID-19 antibody testing:

Do you need to know? The Bronston Community Care Clinic offers COVID-19 antibody blood testing in Onalaska, with test results available in 3-5 days. This test is for patients who may have had exposure, and so their bodies have responded by producing antibodies that we can identify. Results can empower patients to make informed decisions about possible immunity, risk of infection and chances of spreading the virus.

CLINIC HOURS:

Monday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Tuesday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Thursday: 8 AM – 2 PM
Friday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Closed Saturday and Sunday.

Hours may be adjusted to meet needs. Dial 911 for emergency.

The Community Care Clinic is committed to providing you with expert, affordable and accessible healthcare services. For more information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19), including prevention of the virus, handling the illness and protecting our community, please visit cdc.gov.