Coronavirus Disease 201​9 (COVID-19) Resources

COVID 19 Resource Page

How is OU Medicine Responding to Coronavirus?

As the state’s only academic healthcare system, we are working as leaders in public health and epidemiology across OU Medicine’s hospitals and the OU Health Sciences Center to create processes and protocols to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We are also actively working with the Oklahoma State Department of Health and other health systems to respond to this public health crisis. Up-to-date information can also be found on our CDC portal and World Health Organization Situation Map

What to Do if You Think You Have COVID-19

If you are concerned that you have COVID-19, it is important that you stay home unless it is a true medical emergency.

Call your healthcare provider who will be able to assess your situation over the phone. If you do not have a provider, you can call the Oklahoma Coronavirus Call Center at 877-215-8336. Your doctor will be able to provide you information on how to:

  • Continue to monitor your health.
  • Report to a medical care facility for evaluation and treatment, or to set up a telemedicine visit. If you go to the doctor’s office, it’s best to go alone to your appointment. Do not bring children or other family members unless you need assistance.

Go to an emergency department if you have more severe symptoms, including:

  • High fever
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Chest pain, or confusion

Read more on what to do if you or a family member develop COVID-19

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