SMEF is committed to providing our patients with the most up to date information related to coronavirus – SARS – CoV2 and COVID-19 infection. In addition, we are prepared to be your resource for assisting with your COVID-19 vaccination, testing and treatment needs. If you have a positive COVID-19 test at home, please call to schedule a telehealth visit with a medical provider to determine if you are eligible for treatment.  Please do not come into the office with a positive home COVID-19 test unless you receive special instructions to do so. 

In accordance with CDC COVID-19 mitigation measures, we will use the Community Level indicators to determine the requirements for masking inside our facility.  Our current mask requirements will be posted on the front door.  We encourage all patients and visitors to wear a mask if they are most comfortable being masked in an indoor environment.  Masks (including N-95’s) will be available at the front desk. We continue to maintain our commitment to providing a safe office environment for all patients and employees.

How To Get A COVID-19 Test

Call our office at 712-294-5000 to access an appointment for evaluation of your illness.  If your medical provider recommends COVID-19 testing, it will be performed during your visit.

We also have free, take-home COVID-19 PCR testing kits that you can request at any time.  You may also order free at-home COVID-19 rapid test kits at Your health insurance may cover at-home COVID-19 tests; call the 1-800 number on the back of your card or check out the insurance website for more information.

How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in the community. The physicians at the Family Medicine Center strongly recommend vaccination (including booster vaccination) for all eligible patients. All persons 5 years of age and older are eligible for the primary vaccination series. Everyone 12 years of age or older is eligible for a booster dose. Please get vaccinated at your earliest opportunity. Please call 294-5000 for an appointment. Vaccination can also be obtained at most local pharmacies and at the Siouxland District Health Department (279-6119). Check back for updates on the status of the COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 Resources

Quarantine vs. Isolation

COVID-19 Symptoms

Prevent the Spread