(Updated March 17, 2021)
Summit Health has received questions and concerns about the novel coronavirus (respiratory illness), COVID-19 and would like to keep you informed with the most-up-to-date information as it relates to your health and benefits.
To keep everyone safe, providers may:
If you need care that was delayed because of COVID-19, call your provider to schedule an appointment. Your provider may also call you to schedule treatment.
If you need to find a provider, you can search for one using Find Care in Member Dashboard. If you have questions or need help finding a provider, call us at the Medical Customer Service number on your identification card.
COVID-19 vaccine availability
Cost-sharing (i.e., copayments, coinsurance and deductibles) is waived for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Please keep in mind that the vaccine supply is limited. The state will determine how vaccine supplies will be prioritized among the population. To view current vaccine eligibility, visit covidvaccine.oregon.gov.
If you have a Summit Health Medicare Advantage plan
Cost-sharing is waived for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing needs, including:
This is applicable to in-network and out-of-network providers, facilities and laboratories.
How to protect yourself
You can view more helpful tips for slowing the spread and not getting sick, as well as information about the vaccine from the CDC’s Covid-19 website.
If you think you are infected
If you are experiencing symptoms of novel coronavirus, such as fever, dry cough or shortness of breath, or believe you have been exposed to COVID-19, we recommend calling your doctor immediately. In addition to the benefits outlined above, all current Summit Health benefits apply. They may cover additional virtual care options, (available on Member Dashboard) and calls to our Registered Nurse Advice Line (866-321-7580) if you can’t get in to see your PCP.
If you still have questions about COVID-19 and how it could affect you, the CDC has official responses to frequently asked questions on its website.
Last updated Dec. 17, 2020