In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Premier Community HealthCare announced the launch of its tele-health service for established, adult patients seeking care, which allows a secure provider-to-patient virtual visit. The software is user-friendly, accessible and integrates with Premier’s electronic health record system. Patients can request a tele-health appointment by calling (352) 518-2000 or online at premierhc.org.
Outside of the tele-health service, all Premier offices except for the Brooksville Dental Center remain open for emergency services five days a week. Premier’s waiting room capacity is limited to five patients, with the option for patients to wait in their cars. Patients are screened telephonically prior to appointments, and Premier has set up outdoor triage stations at all locations to minimize exposure to health care workers and the general patient population.
Premier Community HealthCare is a nonprofit health clinic with locations in Pasco and Hernando counties. For more information about Premier and its services, visit premierhc.org.