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ChenMed’s Approach to COVID-19

3/26 – Coronavirus Update | Dr. Gordon Chen: “How ChenMed is fighting the Coronavirus Pandemic”

3/19 – Coronavirus Conversations: “A Podcast with Dr. Chris Chen”

3/6 – Coronavirus Update | Dr. Christopher Chen: “Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures”.

A Dose of Perspective: News You Can Trust on Coronavirus

The news about coronavirus can be overwhelming. We are sharing just a few important, trustworthy things to keep you informed.


The New York Times is providing free access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help readers understand the pandemic.

Landlord Gives Pizzeria Free Rent After It Donated Hundreds Of Pies To Hospital Workers

A New York pizzeria just earned itself a (temporary) rent-free stay at its place of business.

Questions About Accuracy of Coronavirus Tests Sow Worry

Experts believe nearly one in three infected patients are nevertheless getting negative test results.

DOJ's Antitrust Division gets a coronavirus-themed April Fools prank

In a joke email, a department lawyer floated new appearance standards for video conference calls.

Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Cases Set to Surpass China’s, but China’s Figures Remain in Doubt

The White House is expected to release models showing the future course of the disease…

NY Times best suggestions for ways to live life at home today

Top of the week and here we go again with the video calls and the uncomfortable chair in the basement office! Everyone’s jittery still, online and not. Yet we’re hoping you can find…


We are the leaders in senior care and our voice is being heard. We want you to know who is doing amazing things and what we are saying.

Everyday Heroes

The coronavirus pandemic has brought out the best in our people.

From Aljazeera around ChenMed Approach with Telehealth & Building Trust with senior patients.

Faisel Syed speaks with Aljazeera about the approach ChenMed is taking in response to COVID-19.

Telemedicine Expands During Coronavirus Threat

A doctor is just a click away thanks to telemedicine and as the coronavirus threatens to overwhelm the U.S. healthcare system, the option for remote health services is in demand.


Nehal Gheewala, DO is our Medical Director in Tampa. He explains why his patient lobby is completely empty in the middle of this hashtagcoronavirus pandemic. In the last week, ChenMedhas been able to convert from 90% center…

Dr. Elizabeth Vilches-Olivera shows how telemedicine is keeping seniors connected with their doctors during the COVID-19 crisis.

A doctor is just a click away thanks to telemedicine and as the coronavirus threatens to overwhelm the…


Chen Senior Medical Center’s Dr. Say Salomon has been featured on Telemundo TV offering his expertise advise on the #coronavirus.

HOW ChenMed is Tackling COVID-19

As leaders in primary care ChenMed is is making our COVID-19 response protocols public

Education & support for patients


The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. Taking steps to stay well can help you and your loved ones avoid getting sick.


Get important guidance on self-care at home, and when to get help. Applies to patients, staff, and family.


CDC is responding to an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. Find a local testing center by visiting the CDC website here.


For consistently up to date official information regarding the coronavirus and other details, visit the CDC.


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Coronavirus is a class of viruses that are often associated with the common cold.  This past winter there was a newly identified coronavirus that has not been in human populations previously. Currently there are no immunizations or specific treatments. 

What symptoms should we be looking for?

Symptoms include – Fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you feel like you are developing symptoms, call your doctor.

What should I do if I am at risk?

If you are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19 because of your age or because you have a serious long-term health problem, it is extra important for you to take actions to reduce your risk of getting sick with the disease. Steps that you can take is to self-isolate or work remotely

Still have questions?

Contact the Coronavirus Task Force by clicking below.