Join us for a Virtual Town Hall Meeting June 4 at 3 p.m. on Lee Health's Facebook. This Facebook live is a chance to ask questions to Lee Health leaders and learn more about what Lee Health is doing in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
As a trusted partner to Southwest Florida, Lee Health has a responsibility to provide quality and safe medical care. As we reopen facilities and prepare for the return to a new normal, Lee Health wants you to know that we can ensure the health and safety of the Southwest Florida community. We are #LeeHealthStrong
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Lee Health Emergency Rooms: Open, Safe and Accepting Patients
Emergencies don’t stop during a pandemic. So it’s vitally important that community members still go to the ER for a severe injury, heart attack, stroke or other emergency. Time is critical, and Lee Health has full safety precautions in place to protect you from COVID-19. Find an ER near you for expert care.
Lee TeleHealth: Online Visits with a Doctor
Quick access to quality care is our first priority. So we invite you to use Lee TeleHealth to connect with a physician through your mobile device or computer. Lee TeleHealth offers 24/7 urgent care services from the safety of your own home.
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No Need to Fear: Safety First Leads Lee Health Reopening
There is plenty of COVID-19 fear out there, but as Lee Health resumes elective surgeries and procedures, officials want community members to know that strict measures are in place to keep you safe, secure and healthy.
Are Virtual Health Classes Right for You?
Take advantage of virtual health and wellness classes with our trained experts including stress reduction, seminars and cooking demonstrations for the whole family.
How Do You Maintain Mental Health During a Crisis? An Expert Q & A
The stress of a pandemic is real. So Lee Health psychologists answer some questions about how you and your family can cope with the fear of the unknown—now, and in the future.
What you need to know
Lee Health experts have precautions in place if a patient with COVID-19 comes into one of our health care settings. Our team holds exercise drills throughout the year for cases such as this. To stay up to date with the latest news and updates from the experts go to our Public Health Awareness portal at leehealth.org/public-health or click the button below.