Screening & Testing
get in contact with a health care provider via phone or virtual visit. Here’s how.
What Do I Do
If I Feel Sick?
Common symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough or difficulty breathing. If you are experiencing these symptoms, contact your primary care physician. To prevent exposing health care providers and others to coronavirus, please call ahead before going in person to see a healthcare provider.
To see a Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care provider from the comfort of home, use Care Anywhere to schedule a virtual visit.
As an alternative to in-person
screenings, we are offering virtual
telehealth screenings to the community
via the download of our Care Anywhere
mobile app. Should the need arise, your
family, friends and neighbors can
engage a JMC provider for a virtual
consultation – all from the comfort of
your home using a smartphone or
Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
What You Need
is not a test site for
COVID-19 testing. This is
in accordance with Florida
Department of Health
guidelines, which advise
that hospitals should be
used for critical conditions
you need to be tested,
start by calling your
primary care physician.
Doctors’ offices can take
swabs for testing and
send them to the
appropriate lab to be
COVID-19 hotline, which can conduct a screening
over the phone and direct you to a test site.
Be Tested for
Your doctor can determine if you have signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and whether you should be tested, or if you may have been exposed to coronavirus and should be tested.
Jupiter Medical Center is working with public health partners at the federal, state and local level to provide you with the latest information about COVID-19 testing availability, which continues to evolve. If you have signs and symptoms of COVID-19, whether or not you are tested, it is prudent to distance yourself from others to avoid spreading the virus.
How Can I
In My Home?
If you test positive for coronavirus or you are sick with symptoms that you suspect could be coronavirus, take steps to self-isolate in your home.
According to CDC recommendations, household members should, as much as possible, separate from other people and pets.
Use a different bedroom and bathroom if available. Shared spaces should have good airflow, such as with an opened window. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth. If you must be around other people, wear a facemask or cloth face covering over your nose and mouth.
Clean all high-touch surfaces everyday. Caregivers should clean your bedroom and bathroom, except on an as-needed basis. Caregiver should wear a mask and wait as long as possible after the sick person has used the bathroom.
Palm Beach & Treasure
Coast COVID-19 Case
Jupiter Medical Center is in daily communications with state officials
carefully evaluating the data coming back from various testing facilities
and to estimate the potential changes in the volume of new cases.
We are providing this COVID-19 Case Tracker so that you can monitor the
number of new cases and latest data available from the State of Florida
Department of Health regarding Palm Beach County, Martin County, St.
Lucie County, Indian River County and Broward County.
open and our team is ready and
available to provide the
high-quality, expert medical care
our community depends on for
their health and quality of life.
Patients with chronic illnesses or
other worrisome symptoms
should not delay seeking health
care. Our clinical teams will work
with you to assess your symptoms
and ensure that you receive the
help you need.
Your safety and the
safety of our team is our
top priority, and we have
taken all of the necessary
precautions based on the
most recent guidelines
from the U.S. Centers for
Disease Control and