Protect yourself amid the spread of the coronavirus by following simple, common-sense steps:
Wash your hands frequently with soap. Avoid touching your face, eyes, or nose. To minimize germs, sneeze into tissues or your elbow. Avoid others who may be sick. If you’re unwell, stay home, and seek medical attention.
Ways to Get Care
- If you’re at work in the Santa Clara office, visit the onsite mobile medical clinic, if it’s available, or the near-campus clinic.
- If you just need advice, consider your health plan’s nurse line—the number is on the back of your medical card—or get virtual care.
- If you need to see a doctor, make an appointment with your physician. If you don’t have a doctor, find one.
- You can also get help finding a provider and scheduling appointments from Stanford Health Navigation Services, available 24/7/365.
Note: Cigna and Kaiser will cover COVID-19 testing including waiving co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance for enrolled members.
Employee Assistance Program
Through our Employee Assistance Program (Web ID: NVIDIA), trained professionals are available to provide you and your family resources and counseling to help cope with the uncertainty of the coronavirus. Contact GuidanceResources at 1-844-729-5172 or online at guidanceresources.com. Web ID: NVIDIA.
You can also schedule an appointment with our dedicated counselor, Clark Hsu.
A flu shot is a great way to protect yourself and your family from the flu. And there’s generally no cost to you. Here are a few ways you and your dependents who are at least 18 years old, can get one.
No matter what medical plan you’re enrolled in, you can always schedule a visit to your doctor’s office for a flu shot, or try one of these other convenient options:
Kaiser members: Check drive-up and walk-up clinic times, call the flu clinic information line at 1-800-573-5811, or contact your doctor directly for an appointment. You can also visit participating retail locations including, Costco and CVS through Dec. 31.