Covid-19 Response

Covid-19 Response

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Even in the most difficult times, our mission remains: to show and share the love of God, as seen in the good news of Jesus Christ, by providing integrated, affordable, quality health care to those who need it most. We are committed to continuing to advance that mission throughout this outbreak.

Tele-Health Services

To bring you the highest quality, integrated care, Covenant Community Care is now offering telehealth visits at all of our locations for primary care, OB, dental, behavioral health and recovery center services.

Telehealth is best done by real-time face-to-face video. This can be done with a phone, laptop, tablet, or desktop that has a camera. You can access your provider’s virtual waiting room through your provider-specific URL. You will get this by text, email, or portal message prior to your appointment. Or you can go directly to our landing page at and select your provider from the drop-down. This is a HIPPA-compliant platform, so your information is secure.

Please contact your primary care provider’s office if you have questions about scheduling or coordinating your healthcare needs.

Virtual Waiting Room

If this is an emergency, call 911

Covenant Community Care has created a virtual waiting room for consultation with a provider for the public to access COVID-19 testing. If a COVID-19 test is ordered by the provider, you will be scheduled an appointment at the Michigan State Fairgrounds for drive-thru testing.


  • Wayne, Oakland or Detroit County resident
  • Insurance not required

What You Need

Please be ready to provide your name, date of birth, legal sex, address, phone number, and insurance information (if applicable).

Your call will be answered in the order it was received. We cannot guarantee that all calls can be addressed today, but we will do our best to keep you updated.

You will be sent a consent form to review while you wait.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm

Updates from Our Team

  • What to expect at my in-person appointment
    Covenant Community Care is dedicated to your safety and providing the highest quality healthcare. While we continue to offer telehealth services, there are needs that require in-office care. We are ready to see you. Covenant closely follows the latest guidelines and executive orders for keeping employees, patients, and the community safe. Reviewing what to expect … Read more
  • Covenant Re-Opens for In-Person Services
    On May 29, Governor Gretchen Whitmer rescinded executive order 2020-17 and created a pathway for Covenant to resume non-emergency, in-person visits  in June. This past month, Covenant Community Care re-opened on a limited basis for non-emergency medical, dental, and behavioral health visits. Covenant's Chief Dental Officer Dr. Lynn Eickholt provided an update … Read more
  • COVID-19: Pregnancy Center Update by Rachel Lossing, RN – Nurse Clinic Manager
    "At the Pregnancy Center we are continuing to provide pregnancy care to all our patients. We have modified our care so that we are able to do basic care via telehealth for the majority of their care. Patients only come to the clinic at certain points during their pregnancy so as to prevent our patients … Read more
  • COVID-19: Medical Team Update by Scott Stryd, MD – Chief Medical Officer
    "These have been unprecedented times of change for Covenant and our world.  In a few short weeks so many things about health care and life itself have been turned upside down.  At Covenant as the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed we have moved from 100% in person care at all our 6 sites to a predominantly … Read more
  • COVID-19: Dental Care Update by Dr. Lynn Eickholt, Chief Dental Officer
    "During this unprecedented time of a global pandemic, the dental team has adjusted to a new way of providing care at Covenant Community Care. On March 18th, an executive order was given by Governor Whitmer to postpone all elective dental care until April 30th with the potential for an extension. The order restricts dental care … Read more

Information & Resources

We will keep a running list of resources for patients and the general public on this page.

Centers for Disease Control

Covenant Community Care Video with Dr. Jack Ebright, Infectious Disease Physician, and Dr. Sage Davis NP, Clinical Quality Director. (March 18, 2020)

Local Resources



Coronavirus Hotline: (800) 592-4784

Detroit Medical Center

After Hours Hotline: (888) DMC-3370

Detroit Health Department

Health Care Workers Hotline: (313) 876-4000

Oakland County Health Department

Nurse On-Call: (800) 848-5533