COVID-19 Testing Locations
Florida Health Care Plans (FHCP) is coordinating with the Florida Department
of Health officials to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine approved by the FDA.
To date, the vaccine is unavailable to purchase through our normal supply
channels. We are continuing to work through all available channels to
secure a supply of the vaccine for FHCP. At this time do not have a clear
timeline as to when it will become available, but will provide updates
as we receive additional information.
What is FHCP doing about getting a COVID Vaccine?
- Florida Health Care Plans (FHCP) is coordinating with Florida Department
of Health officials to obtain COVID-19 vaccine approved by the FDA.
Does FHCP have any COVID Vaccines Available now?
- To date, the vaccine is unavailable to purchase through our supply channels.
- We have not been provided with a clear timeline as to when we will start
to receive vaccine doses.
Any additional Information?
- We are creating plans to vaccinate members in accordance with CDC guidelines
when vaccine becomes available.
- We will keep you informed as we receive more information.
What steps is FHCP taking during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep you safe?
- FHCP has implemented “social distancing” strategies, we encourage
members to keep a distance of at least 6 feet from other individuals.
This includes pharmacies, labs, and waiting areas.
- Mask wearing in our facilities is mandated.
- Frequent facility cleaning protocols are in place.
- We offer virtual visits to our members via FHCP Telehealth visits with
your provider or Doctor on Demand. (More information listed below.)
What should I do if I suspect I have COVID-19?
If you are not feeling well and you have symptoms that may include, shortness
of breath, fever, or cough, please call your doctor’s office or
call one of the FHCP Extended Hours Care Centers. To find the location
nearest to you please call
- You will be prescreened over the phone.
What can I do to protect myself from COVID-19?
- You may be able to reduce your risk of infection by washing your hands
often, avoiding touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands,
avoiding close contact with people who are sick, and avoiding large crowds.
- If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, are over 65, or have chronic health
issues, please remain at home while you are sick unless you feel you need
to see a physician.
What if I would like to schedule a telehealth visit?
We offer virtual visits to our members via FHCP Telehealth visits with
your provider or Doctor on Demand.
- Telehealth visits with FHCP staff physicians do not require a copay.
- Doctor on Demand visit copays are waived for general medical visits through
April 21, 2021.
- Telehealth visits with non-FHCP staff physicians will require the standard
Connect using your computer, smartphone, or tablet (with a front facing
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The CDC is encouraging people who are ill or at higher risk for COVID-19
remain home as much as possible, please consider filling our prescriptions with
FHCP’s convenient mail order service. You will receive a three-month supply on most of your prescriptions and the shipping is free. Please call 386-676-7126
Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (The hearing impaired may call:
If you are considering traveling please click here:
https://www.cdc.gov - Coronavirus Travel Notices
Non-COVID Medical Concerns
- Please call your doctor’s office.
The most current information about COVID-19 can be found by using the following
links for updates from the CDC, WHO and the FLDOH.
CDC COVID-19 homepage
Last updated on 01/11/2021
For more information, please visit the
CDC website for the latest coronavirus information.
Information in this post was accurate at the time of its posting. Due to
the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientific understanding, along
with guidelines and recommendations, may have changed since the original