Our San Juan Health Partners primary and specialty care clinics are open and seeing patients both in clinic and via telemedicine visits, depending on each patient’s needs. To determine whether you should come in for an in-person visit or continue to use telemedicine services, the best thing to do is call the clinic and discuss your specific needs. Some visits, including any that require immunizations or screenings, will need to be done in person, while others may be able to be conducted via phone call or video visit. Our goal is to meet your essential healthcare needs safely and effectively.
Preparing for your In-Person Visit
- Make sure you have a cloth face mask with you before you come in for your visit. Wearing a mask is mandatory for all patients, visitors and staff.
- Write down your health conditions and medications you take ahead of time so you are prepared for your visit.
- *If you think you may have COVID-19, notify the doctor or healthcare provider before your visit and follow their instructions.
- Some clinics have signs instructing you to call before entering the clinic to discuss any respiratory symptoms you may be experiencing
- You may be asked to wait in your vehicle until the start of your visit, or you may even be assessed in your vehicle
During Your Visit
You will notice new precautions to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. This allows you to focus on your health while knowing that we’re committed to your safety.
- Consultation and exam rooms are arranged for social distancing
- Hand sanitizer will be available to all
- Masking and social distancing guidelines are posted and monitored by staff
- You and your care team will stay masked
- We are committed to frequent and robust handwashing. If for some reason you don’t see us washing our hands, it’s ok to ask
- Care will be delivered efficiently and effectively while allowing physical distancing as much as possible
If you are in need of medical care with one of our clinics, please call the clinic’s main phone number to schedule your appointment as you would normally. A customer service representative will call you to check you in for your virtual visit. At that time, you will be asked if you will be using a smartphone or a computer/tablet with a camera for your visit. You will then receive a text message (for smartphone users) or an email (for computer/tablet users) with a link to click to access the virtual waiting room. The provider will then join the call and visit with you to address your healthcare needs.
Clinics below in red offer virtual visits.
Behavioral Health 505.609.6680
Family Medicine (Aztec) 505.334.9441
Family Medicine (Farmington) 505.609.2990
General Surgery 505.609.6300
Heart Center 505.609.6770
Internal Medicine and Specialty Services 505.609.6730
Midwifery and Women's Health 505.609.2590
Specialty Services (Durango) 970.444.0260
Spine Center 505.609.6595
Urgent Care 505.609.6495
Walk-in Clinic 505.609.6675
Wound Treatment Center 505.609.6610