Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Think Whole Person Healthcare is a primary care clinic and sees patients on an outpatient basis. We can treat mild cases of COVID-19 as well as other airborne diseases. We highly recommend seeking medical attention if your symptoms are severe.
As a service to you, we have compiled a list of website resources to answer your questions you may have about COVID-19, vaccination sites, and eligibility guidelines for vaccinations.
At this time, Think is not offering A vaccination clinic. When Moderna becomes available in single-dose packaging rather than 10-dose vials, we will begin taking walk-ins for vaccinations at our Pharmacy. Look for updates here and in our monthly newsletter.
- Centers for Disease Control
- Douglas County Health and Human Services
- Schedule an Appointment for vaccinations
- Test Nebraska
- Vaccination Locations
COVID-19 Mask and Vaccination Policy
Think Whole Person Healthcare has adopted guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Douglas County Health and Human Services department in addition to the consultation of our medical leadership.
As guidelines and recommendations change our mask and vaccination policy may be updated.
Our policy as of May 28, 2021 is:
- Patients and visitors to Think are encouraged to wear face masks while inside of the Think building.
- If a patient/visitor is fully vaccinated, meaning they have received two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson and Johnson and it’s been 2 weeks from their last dose; they may opt to not wear a mask.
- Patients exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 are diverted to examination rooms located on the lobby floor where a provider will see them.
- For the health and safety of our patients and friends in the community, we have temporarily suspended the use of Think’s facilities for events and classes. We appreciate your understanding and will notify you as soon as these events and classes will resume.
- Employees are encouraged to be fully vaccinated, meaning they have received two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson and Johnson and it has been 2 weeks from their last dose. Copies of their vaccination cards are kept on file.
- Employees are not required to be vaccinated however if an employee opts to not be vaccinated, they are required to complete and sign a declination statement which is kept on file.
- All employees are to wear face masks when in Think and in patient-facing areas.
- Employees exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 are to remain at home and follow isolation/quarantine procedures until which a test to confirm diagnosis is completed and the employee is cleared to return to work.
- Our employees are instructed to treat everyone as if they may be a carrier of COVID-19 and practice handwashing, distancing and proper face covering at all times.
We’re here for you when you and when you need us:
With Think’s Virtual Care Connection, you can visit with your doctor using a Smart Phone or Computer. Please contact Think to schedule a virtual appointment.
Your provider may wish to see you at the Think office rather than by telemedicine. Upon your arrival at Think, you’ll be screened for signs of a viral infection using CDC guidelines to protect all of our patients and staff.
Please plan on arriving at least 10 minutes earlier for your appointment to allow for these screening protocols.