A Safe Place for Care

Even as we stay safe from the coronavirus, we know that routine care and management of chronic conditions are not elements of your health that can be neglected. Texas Tech Physicians has always taken necessary safety precautions at our clinics, but as the world changes, we adapt to the needs of our patients by providing safe options for care and updated clinic precautions to ensure the best and safest care possible.

Explore our options to see which type of appointment best fits your needs:

In-Person Visits

Routine care appointments available in-person, including regular immunizations and well-child care visits from 0-18 months
Other in-person visits include necessary medical procedures performed by your provider
Do not hesitate to contact your clinic if you’re unsure about the care you need

Virtual Visits

Scheduled video appointments are available for the safety of our patients
Availability is dependent on each clinic—learn more here or call your clinic for details on offered services
Most insurance is accepted
Call your clinic or reach out through your clinic’s patient portal with questions or messages for your provider

Updated Clinic Precautions - As Safe As Ever

As we open our doors a little wider, here’s what we’re doing to keep you safe when you enter any one of our clinics:

At each clinic location, our team asks patients over the age of 2 to wear masks. If a parent or child doesn’t have a mask, we will provide one for them.
When you enter, we might ask a few questions about your exposure to COVID-19 as an extra precaution.
Surfaces around the clinic and exam rooms are disinfected and sanitized frequently and between patients.
To keep limited contact between patients, we are moving people from the waiting to exam room quickly to avoid contact with others.
Doctors, nurses and staff wear protective equipment and practice extensive hand hygiene as protection for patients and employees.