Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Available at Keystone Health?
Yes, the COVID-19 vaccine is available to anyone age 5+, and you do not have to be a current patient of Keystone Health. Visit our vaccine webpage for a link to online scheduling and phone number to schedule an appointment, and all other information related to the COVID vaccine at Keystone Health: www.KeystoneHealth/Covid19Vaccine.
What are the COVID-19 Testing Options at Keystone Health?
- Keystone Urgent Care: (111 Chambers Hill Drive) PLEASE NOTE: Our Urgent Care practice will be operating under an assigned time slot scenario for symptomatic patients. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and wish to be tested, please come to our office to be assigned an appointment time slot. It is important to note that based on that day’s testing demand, you may be asked to wait in your car or to come back for your given appointment time. We have a pre-determined number of COVID-19 testing appointments available each day and it is possible that we may run out of appointments for any given day.)
We are operating under this assigned time slot scenario to keep our patients and staff as safe as possible with social distancing and to avoid crowding in our office. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Our Urgent Care office continues to see patients for all other concerns such as cuts, falls, etc., on a normal walk- in basis without assigned time slots.
Our office is open daily, 7 am- 7 pm.
- Keystone Pediatrics-Waynesboro and Keystone Pediatrics- Chambersburg are providing testing to patients of the practice by appointment only. Please call (717) 709-7950 to schedule an appointment at our Chambersburg office, or (717) 387-8060 to schedule an appointment at our Waynesboro office.
If patient has insurance, it will be billed for cost of testing*. Otherwise, $0 out – of – pocket cost to patient for COVID-19 test only* (tests are covered under CARES Act).
Testing will be performed by an outside laboratory at a charge of $67.*
At a provider’s discretion, a point of care test will be performed by Keystone Health at a charge of $70.*
*Additional fee for office visit applies.
Operational Updates within Keystone’s Practices and Programs
In order to continue to meet the needs of our community safely and effectively, we have implemented several important organizational changes within our practices and programs.
Keystone Urgent Care: Open 7 am- 7 pm, daily.
Keystone Pediatrics– Chambersburg: Open 8 am- 5 pm Monday thru Friday
Keystone Community Health Services (111 Chambers Hill Drive, Suite 102) is not accepting walk-in patients at this time, and is open for family planning/STD testing and treatment appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please call the office at (717) 709-7909 to schedule an appointment.
Keystone Pharmacy: Storefront is open – curbside pick-up is available. Click here for information on curbside pickup.
-The following practices are now providing telemedicine services. Please call the office to determine if telemedicine is an option for you:
- Keystone Behavioral Health- call (717) 709-7930
- Keystone Family Medicine- call (717) 709-7999
- Keystone Women’s Care- call (717) 709-7990
- Keystone Infectious Diseases- call (717) 709-7909
- Keystone Internal Medicine- call (717) 709-7970
- Keystone Pediatrics- Chambersburg call (717) 709-7950
- Keystone Pediatrics- Waynesboro call (717) 387-8060
We ask that patients bring no more than TWO (2) visitors with them to an appointment within any of our practices.
These changes are temporary and are effective until further notice.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to other respiratory illnesses, such as the common cold and flu. The most common of these symptoms include:
- Shortness of breath
- Loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Chills/body aches
- Runny nose
According to the CDC, symptoms can range from mild to severe, and even life-threatening.
How can I protect myself and others?
The best prevention for COVID-19, the flu and colds, is to practice proper handwashing and respiratory etiquette. Help stop the spread of viruses by:
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
- Clean surfaces frequently, including countertops, light switches, cell phones and other frequently touched items.
- If you are sick, stay home and avoid contact with others.
What is Keystone Health doing to prepare?
We have deployed a COVID-19 readiness team that meets as often as appropriate to assess the situation. Our practices are prepared to respond when necessary. Everyone is encouraged to do their part by practicing good hand hygiene and good respiratory hygiene (sneeze and cough into your elbow, not your hands), as well as good cleaning and disinfection processes.
We are screening patients for COVID-19 symptoms when scheduling an appointment, as well as at all Keystone Health locations. Patients will be asked a series of questions including those related to presence of respiratory symptoms and fever. If a patient has screened positive for these questions, they will immediately be directed to a testing location.
We require all staff and patients over the age of two to wear a face covering. We have also placed signs at the entrances of all of our practices, asking patients to immediately tell our staff if they have come in contact with someone known to have tested positive or are experiencing symptoms. We have introduced similar messages into our online scheduling and appointment reminders. In addition, we have placed an alert and information on our main website.
We also ask that patients bring no more than TWO visitors with them to an appointment within any of our practices.
We will continue to evolve our plan as we monitor the situation.
The CDC and Pa. Department of Health are the best resources for up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. For the latest updates visit the CDC Coronavirus webpage and the Pa. Department of Health webpage.