Staying Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As COVID-19 arrives in our region, we want to remind you that Coryell Health is here for you today, as we have been for 80 years. We will update the resources below as new information becomes available.

Vaccine Information and Appointments

  • Schedule you and your adult loved ones 12+ for a COVID-19 Vaccine or Booster  HERE or call (254) 248-6381
  • Booster- CDC now recommends that people aged 65 years and older, residents aged 18 years and older in long-term care settings, and people aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 Vaccine at least 6 months after completing their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series. Other groups may receive a booster shot based on their individual risk and benefit. Learn more.
  • Vaccines are administered in Coryell Health Medical Clinic, Building 2 

Don’t Forgot Important Medical Treatment

Don’t let chronic conditions get out of hand or small things become big things.

What you can do to protect yourself:

Experiencing Symptoms?

Masks Make a Difference

Avoid Touching your Face

Social Distancing

It is crucial to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and protect individuals at increased risk of severe illness, including older adults and people of any age with underlying health conditions. When possible, get a COVID-19 vaccine. Also, take steps to reduce the risk of infection:

  • Schedule you and your adult loved ones 16+ for a COVID-19 Vaccine at or call (254) 248-6381
  • Avoid close contact (within about 6 feet, or 2 meters) with anyone who is sick or has symptoms.
  • Keep distance between yourself and others (within about 6 feet, or 2 meters).
  • Avoid crowds and indoor places that have poor ventilation.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water.
  • Cover your face with a cloth face mask in public spaces.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw away the used tissue.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Avoid sharing dishes, glasses, bedding and other household items if you’re sick.
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces.
  • Stay home from work, school and public areas if you’re sick, unless you’re going to get medical care.

Helpful Resources:

Coryell Health Is Prepared:

  • See our latest updates here
  • Patient screening for symptoms prior to entering any of our facilities
  • Physical distancing guideline compliance, as medical appointment times are being spaced out.
  • Telehealth visits enable practitioners to provide patients with a continuum of care and clinical services virtually anywhere.
  • COVID-19 testing administered at the patient vehicle to continue to protect staff and other patients.
  • COVID-19 testing for all non-emergent surgery patients prior to their scheduled surgery.
  • No Visitors temporary policy as we persistently monitor the spread of the virus changes will be made accordingly, when it is safe. We are looking forward to uniting families.
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for all patients and staff to wear while at Coryell Health.
  • Safety measures commitment by employees at work, as well as on personal time
  • Masimo Safety Net remote patient monitoring for COVID-19 positive patients. This new technology allows the patient to stay out of the hospital, while keeping their practitioner informed of their condition.

Testing and safety

Building defenses against COVID-19 for your loved ones and your community is a team effort.  YOU are a key part of that defense. Book your appointment today at  or call (254) 248-6381. The COVID-19 vaccine adds one more layer of protection for you, your coworkers, patients, and family.

“To continue to control and suppress spread, we must continue to stand together to tackle what is the greatest public health challenge of a generation. We have come so far, but it is not over,” said David Byrom, Coryell Health CEO. “We’ve built a health system that’s designed to care for this community — and our community’s needs persist.”

“Limiting the spread of the virus is a top priority,” adds Byrom. “In the meantime, many of our services are continuing, and patients are receiving access to the medical care to which they’ve grown accustomed to receiving.”

“I’m extremely proud of how our organization has risen to this challenge. Our business has been severely disrupted and we’re facing some unprecedented obstacles, but we have responded well. I’m confident in our team’s willingness to fulfill our mission to serve our communities.”

Byrom is grateful for everyone and their commitment to community health.

If you have questions about safety, please call us (254) 865-8251. We’re happy to address any concerns and direct your next steps for care.