COVID-19 Resource Center

Helping people navigate an often confusing healthcare landscape is why BASS Medical Group was founded. As we all tackle the challenges of life in a global pandemic, BASS Medical Group is more committed than ever to keeping our customers and their teams safe, healthy, and informed. Our mission to empower better-informed patient decisions and to unlock better healthcare outcomes has never been more critical or clear.​

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What Should You Know About COVID-19?

People who contract the coronavirus experience flu-like symptoms, such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath. The virus is generally spread through person-to-person contact when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Although there is no vaccine or drug currently approved to treat COVID-19, there are things you can do to help protect yourself and your loved ones.

  • Who is most at risk from COVID-19?
  • Protecting yourself and loves ones
  • What should you do if you feel sick?
  • What should you do about work if you feel sick?
  • What should you do if you are diagnosed with Covid-19
  • Creating a plan for your household
  • State Health Department Coronavirus websites

What BASS Medical Group is doing to provide safe, in-person healthcare during this time.

Pre-Screening Patients

We make sure to pre-screen all patients before each appointment at all of our locations to help ensure your safety and the safety of others.

Daily Temperature Scans & Masks

We have temperature scans at each entrance at all of our locations. We also require all patients and staff members to wear masks at all times.

Room & Equipment Cleaning

Every piece of equipment and each exam room are thoroughly disinfected and cleaned after each use.

Social Distancing

It is mandatory for all occupants of our clinics to maintain a safe 6ft social distancing space.


If you tested positive for COVID-19, you may benefit from a new intravenous (IV) therapy. IV therapy is when a patient receives medication or fluids directly to their veins through a needle or tube.

Recently, the government approved an emergency-only medication to be given via IV therapy. The medication fights the COVID-19 virus and can decrease severe illness and hospitalization. The approval is primarily for patients at high risk for progressing to severe COVID-19, hospitalization, or both.

The medication is most effective if used in the early stages of the illness. Please call the BASS Infectious Diseases Division at (925) 932-7124 to schedule an appointment.

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