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COVID-19 Service Alert

During the COVID-19 Crisis We are still open for your healthcare needs.

For your safety, Park West Health System has adjusted our operations during the COVID-19 State of Emergency:

Only patients with prior approval for face-to-face visits, including pregnant patients and children under 2 who need check-ups with vaccines. Only 1 healthy adult may accompany a pediatric patient.

All individuals entering the building (whether patient or "visitor") will have their temperature checked and be screened for COVID symptoms. We can not accept patients or visitors with COVID symptoms.

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Important COVID-19 Information

Worried about whether you might have been exposed, or need advice about possible COVID? Please call and we will do our best to connect you to a provider on the same day if possible! We are not testing for coronavirus at our clinics, but with a telehealth visit you can be evaluated & we can work with you to help you get testing if needed.

PWHS COVID-19 Guidelines

Please note, our Men & Family Health Center location at 4151 Park Heights Avenue is temporarily closed, but your providers are still here for you! Patients of Dr. Natalie Spicyn, Nurse Practitioner Margreta Rathbauer, Hepatitis C patients looking for program coordinator Amanda Carter, & clients with the Hidden Garden case management program should call Park West to reach us.



During this time of uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), you can be assured that we at Park West Health System are doing everything within our power to maintain services and to keep you inform of any changes that we do make.

Our centers will continue to provide patient care within the guidelines appointed by the CDC and the Governor of Maryland. The practitioners and providers are committed to fulfilling your health, dental and behavioral health needs. We do ask, however, that you be patient. Changes are being made and updated daily to assure our patients, staff and communities-atlarge are protected from exposure. To minimize risks, we must work together.

Although it is best to limit person-to-person contact as much as reasonably possible, centers will be open during normal work hours, and if you have questions, you can still contact us by phone at (410) 542-7800.

You can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by:

  • Restrain from touching your face unnecessarily, especially your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough, or sneeze then immediately dispose of the tissue in a waste receptacle.
  • Wash hands often for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use soap and water when hands are visibly soiled. Otherwise, you can use hand-sanitizer with an alcohol content of 60% or greater.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects often.
  • Avoid close contact with people whose immune systems can be easily compromised.

What to do if you think you have been exposed.

Check for symptoms:

  • Do you have a cough?
  • Do you have a fever?
  • Are you having difficulty breathing?
  • Have you been exposed to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If you answered yes to one or more of the above questions, then we recommend you call before going to the center. Emergency room treatment may be necessary.

Please be safe and do not hesitate to let us know if we can be of assistance during this challenging time. For more information, visit the website for the Center for Disease Control & Prevention at the link below.