CAMC offering people to connect through free app to discuss their symptoms or concerns about coronavirus

Coronavirus in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, WV (WOAY) – Charleston Area Medical Center is offering the public who have flu-like symptoms or concerns about Coronavirus a way to connect to a provider for free.

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms and are concerned about Coronavirus, you can use CAMC’s 24/7 Care app to talk to a provider FREE – anytime, day or night. It only takes a few minutes to download the 24/7 Care app and set up an account. Then you can request a free visit using coupon code COVID. A CAMC provider will call you or video chat with you to talk about your symptoms and give you information about what to do should you need screened for Coronavirus.

If you do not have a smartphone or computer or if you have trouble downloading the 24/7 Care app, call (304) 388-9200 for assistance. We will help you sign up for 24/7 Care and get connected with a provider at no cost. Please do not call this number with general health questions about Coronavirus; we can only assist you with 24/7 Care. For general questions and concerns about Coronavirus, call the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources hotline at 1-800-887-4304.

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