Bozeman Health Care Sites temporarily suspend non-urgent medical services
Bozeman Health offers free virtual visits for patients with flu-like symptoms
Non-urgent medical services at Bozeman Health Care Sites are temporarily suspended effective immediately, although patients requiring urgent or emergent care will continue to be cared for appropriately, according to a recent Bozeman Health press release.
“This temporary suspension includes all scheduled patient visits, surgeries, and procedures deemed not absolutely necessary by providers,” the release said. “Provider clinics are working to contact patients as quickly as possible, however if a patient has not yet received a call, they are encouraged to call their provider’s office.”
Patients requiring urgent or emergent care still have that care available at b2 UrgentCare Main Street, b2 UrgentCare Big Sky, b2 MicroCare, Belgrade UrgentCare, and the emergency departments at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital and Big Sky Medical Center.
No-cost virtual care visits are being temporarily offered to community members who may be experiencing flu-like symptoms like fever, dry cough and fatigue in an effort to combat COVID-19. The b2 VirtualCare app is available using Google Play, the Apple App store or by visiting b2virtualcare.com. Promo code FLUBZN2020 must be used when accessing the virtual platform.