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Over the past few months, you may have put off important doctor visits or other medical care. If so, you’re not alone. According to a recent study, 58% of Americans say they’ve had to cancel or delay a health appointment due to fears of COVID-19.1

Your care needs to continue, especially if you’re facing a chronic condition or an emotional issue, or if you are pregnant. Because it’s always important to make time for you — and make #TimeForCare.

Keep up with your dental and vision care

Keep up with your dental and vision care

Taking care of your vision and oral health is critical to maintaining your overall health. Even if you feel fine, your vision and dental providers can often spot potential health issues before they become problems.


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Getting the right care for you — even during a pandemic

Dr. Garth Graham

Garth Graham, MD, MPH, Vice President, Community Health & Impact, CVS Health

Getting the right care for you — even during a pandemic

By Garth Graham, MD, MPH, Vice President, Community Health & Impact, CVS Health; and Oliver T. Brooks, MD, President, National Medical Association


“We have all seen the devastating impact that COVID-19 has had in communities across the country. And as we’ve watched the case numbers and death toll rise, we’ve seen an unsurprising trend: The virus began to level a disproportionate blow to minority and underserved populations.”

Helping you prepare for your in-office visit

Helping you prepare for your in-office visit

Talk to your doctor about your concerns. Together, you can decide whether an in-person visit makes sense for you. If so, here are some of the questions you can ask:


  • What should I expect when I arrive at the office?

  • Do I need to bring my own mask?

  • Are staff and patients required to wear masks?

  • Is your staff being tested for COVID-19?

  • How often are the waiting rooms and offices cleaned?

  • Are there separate waiting areas for symptomatic and asymptomatic patients?

  • What should I do if I have had a cough or fever in recent days, recently traveled, or been in contact with someone who has tested positive?


If you’re more comfortable with a doctor’s visit by phone or video, learn about our telemedicine options.


Making care more affordable


Making care more affordable

Your health is important to us. So, we’re working on ways to make your care more accessible during this challenging time.


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Time for Care: CVS Health and Morning Consult Study — June 2020.

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