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  • If you are experiencing symptoms or think you may have been exposed to the Coronavirus, sign on to myuhc.com (using your login) to chat with a doctor by phone or video 24/7.  Virtual visit costs are waived until at least 6/18/20.  Or, contact your medical provider directly to ask about telehealth options they may have to chat virtually.

    If you meet the CDC guidelines for testing and it is requested by your doctor, all costs are waived for COVID-19 testing, to include related visits in a physician's office, urgent care, or emergency department.

  • The Waukesha Employee Health & Wellness Center is open and here to serve you.

    In order to do this safely and most effectively, below are some important pieces of information to remember:

    • Check your symptoms. COVID-19 symptoms include fever, runny nose, cough, and shortness of breath. If you or a loved one are experiencing these symptoms, stay home and call the WEH&WC or your PCP for guidance.
    • Just you (and your child). To reduce the risk of exposure, please limit the number of individuals attending appointments in the Waukesha Health & Wellness Center.  Whenever possible, please only bring those necessary, i.e. you for your appointment, or you and your child (without siblings) for their appointment.
    • Call ahead, please don’t walk in. For the safety of all patients, if you or a loved one have the above symptoms along with having traveled outside of Wisconsin or been in close contact with someone who had COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please call the WEH&WC and speak with a provider to determine any recommended next steps.
    • The Waukesha Employee Health & Wellness Center is NOT a COVID-19 testing location. If you are concerned you or a loved one may have COVID-19, please call the WEH&WC and a provider can help you decide whether you should be tested. If it testing is recommended, they will direct you how to do so.
    • The Waukesha Employee Health & Wellness Center is here for you. Please call the WEH&WC and speak with a provider about your symptoms. They will provide you with the most up-to-date clinical recommendations possible and help guide you to the best care for you or your loved one.

    Please take all precautions. Cleaning hands often with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be most effective against COVID-19. If you are sick, you should stay home. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. Limit your exposure to people outside of your household.


    To make an appointment, use one of the following methods:

  • Federal Employee Rights
  • Employee Rights