When re-entering your property, you may encounter hazardous and toxic materials and safety hazards.
Please review the following precautions found here.
BURN AREA CONDITIONS
Our Emergency Department and inpatient hospital census remain high with COVID-19 cases, and now respiratory complications from smoke. Please support one another by adhering to medications, calling providers before it's an emergency, and using our onsite health services team to see patients in their homes, at evacuation sites or other locations. Any member of our community can call or text our medical support line at 530-663-6397 for a free phone evaluation and/or request an onsite visit if a primary care appointment is unattainable.
El Dorado County Navigators, Marshall Medical Center Community Health Workers, and EDCHC patient advocates are partnering to provide efficient and current information to support members of our community. We have a modified "Wellness Intake Form" for those affected by the evacuations in which we can fill out, find areas of need, come together and support an efficient solution. If anyone is interested in training and volunteering, please call 530-663-6397. If an evacuee would like a "Wellness Intake Form" completed via phone, they too can call that number for support.
Health insurance companies are helping as well. Remember that most insurance provides transportation to/from medical appointments; just call the insurance carrier. Also, many are helping with other items such as wheelchairs, etc. Finally, here is an update from Anthem: