Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
Are you concerned you may have COVID-19?
Here are three ways Bryan Health can help you:
Take a free, short online questionnaire to determine if you should seek care.
Find Out Call the Bryan Health 24/7 COVID-19 Hotline: 402-481-0500
Visit Bryan Urgent Care: 7501 S. 27th St., open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. daily
NOTE: The Bryan Health Drive-Thru Clinic is ONLY available by appointment with a doctor’s order.
Learn more about this service
Attention Patients & Visitors
Please review our visitor restrictions and guidelines.
What you need to know to protect yourself and your family
Bryan has teams of experienced professionals, including infectious disease experts, who have been highly involved in monitoring and preparing for the coronavirus disease 2019 since mid-January. We are prepared to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to identify, isolate and inform our state health department of any potential cases of COVID-19. We are working closely and collaborating with local and state health departments, and other organizations.
The best way you can protect yourself is to be aware of the facts, be informed of steps you can take to prevent infection and be ready to take appropriate actions as needed.
Your choices protect both yourself and the entire community. If you are experiencing symptoms, here are steps to guide you.
What to do if you have symptoms
Protect Yourself & Others
Wash your hands often
Cover your cough/sneeze with tissue
Don't touch your eyes, nose or mouth
Avoid close contact with sick people
Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces often
Stay home when you are sick
How can you help officials assess and control COVID-19?
To ensure your health and the health of others, travelers who have been to impacted countries within the past 2 weeks or have had potential contact with someone with COVID-19 should
complete a survey with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
Assess Your Symptoms & Take Action
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Symptoms of COVID-19 DO NOT include:
What should I do if I have symptoms?
Contact your health care provider if you have symptoms and have been in close contact with a person with confirmed COVID-19.
Call the place where you will be seeking care (your doctor's office or urgent care) before you go there. This is important so they can assess your symptoms and provide information on steps to take before you arrive.
If you have questions or concerns about you or your family’s health, call the
Bryan Health 24/7 COVID-19 hotline at 402-481-0500. For general questions related to COVID-19, call the Lincoln Lancaster Health Department COVID-19 hotline at 402-441-8006.
For the safety of our patients, family members and/or visitors are discouraged from coming to the hospital with individuals who arrive to be screened and tested for COVID-19.
Experiencing Symptoms of COVID-19?
Bryan Health ezVisit is Offering Free ezVisits
Bryan Health ezVisit is offering FREE ezVisits to anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or anyone who has been in contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19.
If you may be at risk for COVID-19, we will help you determine the most appropriate level of care and next steps to take.
CODE: COVID19 (in the payment section) only if diagnosed with an upper respiratory health issue to waive the regular $39 fee.
Does not apply to other conditions including UTI, pink eye, others.
Start Your ezVisit
Bryan Health Drive-Thru Clinic
You MUST have a doctor’s order AND an appointment time BEFORE arriving
This new service provides a convenient, safe way to receive lab tests based on the symptoms you are experiencing while limiting exposure to other people. You must have a doctor’s order and an appointment scheduled through the Bryan Scheduling Center to use this service.
4 Credible Sources for You to Stay Updated and Informed on the Coronavirus
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Johns Hopkins CSSE Dashboard of Global Cases
Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department
We Are Prepared
At Bryan Health, we have systems and processes in place and are ready to respond to the health needs of our community. This includes response plans for our locations, which include identifying travel history and symptoms, isolating patients if necessary, and reporting suspected cases for testing.
Our staff is prepared to identify, isolate and inform. We have the facilities and training to treat infectious diseases, including negative airflow rooms for isolation and abundant supplies on hand. We are collaborating with local, state and national officials.
We are here for you.
News & Press Briefings from Bryan Health
Videos, Media Interviews & Press Briefings
View press briefings and media interviews on COVID-19
Press Releases & Articles
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Coping with Stress During an Infectious Disease Outbreak, March 17
Bryan Health Implements Visitor Restrictions in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic, March 15
Bryan Health Implements New Measures in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic, March 13
Bryan Health ezVisit Implements Free COVID-19 Questionnaire, March 12
Bryan Health Closely Monitoring, Taking Necessary Steps to Prepare for COVID-19, February 28