An Open Letter to Our Patients
While we recognize that your life has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, please know that all Wright Center for Community Health locations are open for you and your families. As an Essential Community Provider, we’re here for you and feel confident in our ability to continue seeing patients and providing the high-quality primary care that you have come to expect and deserve in a safe environment.
Our primary, pediatric and family care services include:
- Routine sick visits
- Chronic disease management
- Dental Emergencies (routine dental visits and check-ups are being rescheduled)
- Addiction and recovery services
- Behavioral and mental health services
- Minor Injuries not requiring an emergency department visit
- Lab services
- Cardiac Monitoring Services and EKG
For a full list of our clinical offerings, click here.
If you can’t make it into one of our practices, telehealth, virtual check-ins and e-visits are available. Call our clinics to discuss which option works best for you to ensure your continued care.
What is telehealth?
A telehealth visit is a real-time audio and video interaction between you and your doctor/other healthcare professional.
What is a virtual check-in?
During a virtual visit, you communicate with your doctor for a 5 to 10-minute check-in to determine if an office visit or other services are needed. This can be done via telephone, audio/video, text messaging, email or the patient portal on our website. This option is available for existing Wright Center patients only.
What is an e-visit?
An e-visit is a communication initiated through the patient portal or secure email for existing Wright Center patients.
Please know that you are a valued member of The Wright Center patient community and we appreciate the trust you place in us. That’s why it’s also important to inform you about how we are addressing the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
We are closely monitoring events in our local community and continuously updating our policies and protocols as a result of new information. Please know that all locations are following recommended guidance from public health authorities, including best practices for hygiene, infection control and medical professional team health.
Our highest priority is to keep all of our patients and staff as safe as possible. If you have a fever, respiratory symptoms or concerns about COVID-19 exposure, we ask that you call (570) 230-0019 for medical guidance before visiting one of our locations. A Wright Center nurse will discuss your concerns with you to help determine your specific plan of care.
For more information about our specific locations, please click here
Thank you for your trust in us and please stay safe and healthy.