padding-left: 10px; To utilize the service on a mobile device, download the free Shannon On Demand app from the Apple or Google Play app stores. MyChart is the Shannon Patient Portal. You may see lines on the floor to help you maintain a 6 foot distance from the person in front of you. If your result is positive, the local Health Department will contact you. To learn more, visit the CDC website. To help you determine if you need to be screened or tested, use this self-checker tool from the CDC. Shannon is not collecting any money at our testing sites - we are only collecting patient contact and insurance information, similar to any doctor visit. We continue to take extra measures to ensure patients are able to get the care they need in a safe environment. Bronson MyChart is a secure online connection that allows you to access your electronic health information, and by proxy your family's health information, from any computer, tablet or smart phone. The providers are utilizing the CDC’s guidelines to screen patients for COVID-19, which include asking about a patient's travel history and exposure to the virus as well as their symptoms. Several additional safety measures have been put in place to make sure our facilities are the safest environment for all of our patients: Your safety is our number one priority. This line can also answer questions about other services at Shannon during this time. We have limited the seating in the waiting areas to ensure you are a safe distance from other patients. There are multiple hand washing and sanitizing stations set up throughout the clinic. CDC Fact Sheets:https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/communication/factsheets.html, Shannon Medical Center 120 E. Harris Ave. San Angelo, TX 76903 325.653.6741 Map and driving directions, Your test result will be posted in your Shannon MyChart account. We have received several inquiries regarding our preparedness for screening patients and treating any potential cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) or other infectious diseases in our community. background-color: #f8d8d8; Communicate with your doctor Get answers to your medical questions from the comfort of your own home; Access your test results No more waiting for a phone call or letter – view your results and your doctor's comments within days Q: What is the difference between a COVID-19 screening and a test? Most appointments are now being done by video. With a mobile device or a desktop computer, you can use MyChart anytime to find a doctor, see your medical records, schedule and participate in a video visit with a healthcare provider and do much more. This site enables patients to drive up and be evaluated in their vehicle by a medical provider. We will call you if results are positive. To set up a MyChart account or to learn more about the system, visit mychart.shannonhealth.org. Healthcare needs should not be put on hold – whether you have a chronic illness, are due for a screening or test, need a surgical procedure, or just an urgent care visit, you can be assured that our entire team is committed to providing you with exceptional care while keeping you safe. To start a screening, patients can go to www.ShannonOnDemand.com. To best protect our patients and staff at this time, Shannon has temporarily changed operations and services at some of our locations. To maintain safety for all, while also supporting the needs of our patients, we have revised visitation restrictions within our hospital facilities. padding-left: 16px; MyChart will be unavailable from 2am to 4am Wednesday December 11th, 2019 for scheduled maintenance. You will also receive a letter, but you may be able to see your MyChart results more quickly. border: 3px solid #e22e16; The mandate by Governor Abbott includes the provision that hospitals may continue procedures if they have adequate capacity of PPE and beds for treating COVID patients. For medical matters of an urgent nature, please call your doctor's office or dial 911. Your test result will be posted in your Shannon MyChart account.