At JC Rose Associates, we know that health care is likely top of mind for you in this difficult time, and we want to assure you that we are here to support you. With the continued spread of COVID-19, we recognize these are unsettling and concerning days. It makes sense, if you are feeling anxious or stressed. We want to assure you that you are not alone.
As we collectively weather this storm, our greatest concern remains your health. In addition to the help our team lends, we are grateful to provide these other resources with up to date information:
The following COVID-19 resources are available in English and Spanish on the CDC website.
Visit the CDC website for the most up to date information.
Have you visited (past 14 days) or do you live in areas where widespread or ongoing community spread of COVID-19 has been detected? Have you had contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus? Follow these additional precautions:
The following underlying medical conditions may increase your risk of serious COVID-19. These conditions apply to people of any age.
Call in Advance or Use a Virtual Visit
Do you have questions or are you considering being seen for possible COVID-19 at a clinic, urgent care or the emergency department? Please contact your primary care provider or call the following numbers in advance.
UW Health: COVID-19 hotline at (608) 720-5300
Dean on Call: Dean on Call is a free telephone service for Dean Health Plan members. It’s available
24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can reach Dean on Call at 1-800-57-NURSE (1-800-576-8773)
Mercy Health: Virtual Visit >>
United Health Care: Virtual Visit >>
GHC CareDemand: Virtual Visit >>
Gundersen Health: (608) 775-4454 or (608) 775-0364
UnityPoint Health: (608) 417-6000
SwedishAmerican: (779) 696-4400
ReDirect Health; Flu and Corona Virus Fastrack Hotline: (623) 334-4000
Situations impact everyone differently, but something we can all do in these critical moments is to manage the things within our control. Ground yourself, promote positivity, stay hydrated, rest, be kind to strangers, and, most importantly—be gentle with yourself and others.
We are all in this together.