Virtual visits now available. You may be able to schedule a virtual visit with your provider. For more information, call your doctor’s office.
Covenant Health is an innovative, Catholic regional delivery network and a leader in values based, not-for-profit health and elder care. We sponsor hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living residences and other health and elder care organizations throughout New England.
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As Mission-focused healthcare system, we are dedicated to compassionately serving the needs of the communities our organizations are in. 

Our teams stand ready to serve these communities by providing safe, high-quality healthcare to all those in need. We will eagerly meet the challenges of providing care in a post-COVID world through innovation and by always putting safety and the needs of our patients first.

Learn more about COVID-19 here.

Your Safety Is Our Priority

You can be confident in the care you receive at our organizations.

  • Everyone entering our facility – including our employees – is screened for possible COVID-19 symptoms every day.
  • We provide every staff member, patient, and visitor with a mask.
  • We require appropriate social distancing be maintained in all patient areas.
  • Our staff wears appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when treating patients.
  • We clean our unit and exam rooms thoroughly and often.
  • We maintain strict adherence to all state and national guidelines.

If you see something that concerns you, please make sure to let us know!

Virtual Care Options for You

It’s important to stay connected with your medical team, and to not delay your medical care. While we have taken every precaution to ensure our hospitals are safe places for you to receive care, virtual options are available if you are unable to see us in person.

A telemedicine appointment is a safe, effective, and convenient alternative to an in-person appointment with your healthcare provider. We currently offer Telehealth services out of our Urgent Care Clinics and many of our primary care practices. 

About the COVID-19 Vaccine

A Message for Our Patients About Distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine provides us with a powerful tool to combat this deadly virus, and the goal is to vaccinate all who want to receive it. As the review and approval process progresses, more vaccine will be available, but for now, the supply is limited nationwide.

The CDC has recommended a phased approach to the vaccination process. At this time, healthcare workers with patient-facing work roles who have the greatest chance of exposures to COVID-19 have been prioritized to receive the vaccine. Generally, this includes those who work in the ICU, ED, Urgent Care, and Med-Surg floors treating COVID patients. Staff and residents at long term care facilities are also among those prioritized to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Once the vaccine is more widely available, primary care providers, local pharmacies and health departments will also be able to offer the vaccine to the public. This is likely to occur in late Spring or early Summer. Please check back periodically for updates.

A Message for Residents and Families

The COVID-19 vaccine provides us with a powerful tool to combat this deadly virus, and the goal is to vaccinate all who want to receive it. As the review and approval process progresses, more vaccine will be available, but for now, the supply is limited nationwide.

Residents of long-term care facilities are being prioritized in Phase 1 of vaccination program, with distribution likely to occur between now and February 2021. The federal government has contracted with Walgreens and CVS to go to all facilities during Phase 1 to vaccinate staff and residents. When the vaccine is available, residents will be scheduled for vaccination at the facility.