Safe in Our Care

Chronic conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure don’t take a break during a pandemic. Accidents and injuries still happen. And, heart attacks and strokes still strike.

Overlake Medical Center & Clinics is hereas we have been for 60 yearsto deliver the safe, high-quality, compassionate care you need.



Overlake is still the safe health system with the same compassionate care teams and high-quality services you have always relied upon.

Our providers have created a safe and secure environment where great care is taken to prevent the spread of any potential infection. We are highly trained in how to protect our patients, families and each other when caring for patients.

You are safe coming to Overlake Medical Center & Overlake Clinics for your care.

Keeping You Safe


We’ve taken extra steps to provide you the healthcare services you need in a safe environment. In this new reality, you’ll notice some changes in how we provide care.

  • Patients, visitors, and employees are screened for COVID-19 symptoms; temperature checks will be performed.
  • All employees, providers, and patients are required to wear a face mask. If you do not have one, our team members will provide one to you.
  • Contact with our team members will be minimized during your visit.
  • Appointments are staggered to minimize the number of people in an area, and chairs in public areas are spaced to allow for social distancing.
  • Patients who are not seeking care for COVID-19 are treated in separate areas.
  • Providers and staff are equipped with the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect you.
  • We continue to regularly clean and disinfect all our facilities.

Along with the high-quality, expert care you’ve come to expect from Overlake, you can continue to expect a clean, safe environment and an experienced team ready to serve you. Your health and safety are always our top priority.


When you call to schedule an appointment, we’ll ask you questions about your health and any symptoms you may be experiencing. We’ll encourage electronic check-in and/or collect as much additional information over the phone to reduce the amount of paperwork when you come in for your visit. And, we’ll remind you to wear a mask to your appointment. If you don’t have a mask, we will give you one upon your arrival. All patients, visitors and employees are required to wear a mask in all Overlake locations.


All patients, visitors and employees are being screened for COVID-19 symptoms, including a temperature check, upon entrance to our hospital and clinics. Everyone will be required to wear a mask, regardless of whether they have COVID-19 symptoms, and we ask that you remove personal gloves and use the hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility. Cloth masks are acceptable, and we will provide a mask if you do not have your own.


All patient care areas are regularly and thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Our hospital has designated areas for patients who are not seeking care for COVID-19, separate from COVID-19 inpatient units.

Our lobbies and common areas, including high-touch surfaces, such as door handles, elevator buttons, tables and chairs, are cleaned and disinfected frequently throughout the day for your safety. All reading material and brochures have been removed from our lobbies, and seating capacity has been limited to follow social distancing guidelines. You may also choose to wait in your vehicle after checking in, if you prefer.


Social distancing, also called physical distancing, means keeping space between you and other people outside of your home, and it includes staying at least 6 feet from other people, not gathering in groups, and staying out of crowded places and avoiding mass gatherings.

Seating in many public areas and waiting rooms will have additional spacing to allow for social distancing.


Protecting You and Our Staff


Our medical team has received extensive training regarding proper COVID-19 precautions and are provided with personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks, face shields and gowns. We regularly monitor the latest guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and adjust our policies and procedures to protect our team and serve you. We have the experience and resources to protect the safety of physicians, staff and patients.

Join us in celebrating our #overlakeheroes.


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