Kaiser Permanente temporarily closes select medical offices in San Diego, Southern California during COVID-19 outbreak

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Some offices are closed while others are offering limited services in response to the novel coronavirus crisis.

Kaiser Permanente has temporarily closed several medical offices in San Diego and throughout Southern California amid the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Other Kaiser officers are offering limited services as well, according to a statement on the health care company's website.

"The health and safety of our members is always our top priority. In an effort to limit additional exposure to COVID-19 throughout the community, we have decided to temporarily close or limit services. By doing this, we are able to coordinate care and combine much-needed medical equipment and staff while still providing high-quality care to our members," a statement on the website reads in part.

To schedule appointments – including phone or video visits – Kaiser members can visit kp.org or call (833) 574-2273. If you are a patient with a prescription waiting at a closed location, you can fill your prescription at any KP pharmacy or use the mail-order pharmacy online or by calling (866) 206-2982.

San Diego County Kaiser offices closed as of April 9:

Bostonia Medical Offices

Carmel Valley Medical Offices

Carlsbad Medical Offices

El Cajon Medical Offices

Kearny Mesa Medical Offices

Vista Medical Offices

All Target clinic locations are also closed.

Local Kaiser offices offering limited services:

Oceanside Medical Offices — Pediatric Well Child visits only

Point Loma Medical Offices — Behavioral Health, Addiction Medicine, Surgical Fertility, Pharmacy, Laboratory, and Radiology

Rancho Bernardo Medical Offices – Pediatric Well Child visits only

Rancho San Diego Medical Offices – Pediatric…
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