Important Notice:

COVID: Let's stay healthy together

The latest information on how Akeso is responding

This resource will be updated as new information is made available.
Last Updated: October 1, 2021


For the safety of our patients, practitioners and staff, Akeso Occupational Health Clinics still require the use of CDC approved face coverings and social distancing until further notice.


Akeso asks that you continue to follow COVID Safety Guidelines. We are committed to keeping a safe environment open to support your work related health. As we are seeing throughout our community, everyone is taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are some important ways you can help:


  • If you suspect you have been exposed to someone with COVID or have a fever and cough, do not enter the clinic. Call your local clinic and we will complete a screening.
  • If you have a fever and cough, the current recommendation is to stay at home and contact your personal physician or go to the ER for assessment. We can set up a telemedicine visit in most cases, or can reschedule to a later date once you are cleared. Please call your local clinic to set up either option.
  • We will offer you hand sanitizer gel on entry to our facility.


Please note we only provide work related health care. If you not here for a work related treatment, testing, or physical you should go to an urgent care facility or your personal physician for all non-work related concerns.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the COVID pandemic, please check with the clinic first for Audiometry and Pulmonary testing availability.

For more information:

If you are a Akeso Patient or Client with questions:
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*This information is intended for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. 

In the case of a medical emergency, call 911.