At Springfield Clinic, our number one priority is to keep you healthy and safe. We will remain open for our patients and community during this time. Unless contacted by your physician's office, your appointment will go on as scheduled.

At the onset of COVID-19, Springfield Clinic established a number of safety measures for our patients and staff, including screening at all entrances, enhanced cleaning measures and a universal masking policy, to make it safe to come to our locations for care. As a result of these continued efforts, Springfield Clinic remains among the safest essential businesses that are open.

when you're here, you're safe

Springfield Clinic has implemented a number of safety protocols to create the safest possible environment for our patients so that they can get the health care they need. 

  • Screenings at the entrance of every Springfield Clinic location with temperature checks done by medical professionals in personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Enforcing social distancing in all patient waiting rooms
  • Universal masking for all patients and employees
  • Restrictions to our visitor policy
  • Increased cleaning measures clinic-wide

These additional measures have been put in place to protect the safety of both the patients who need care and the Springfield Clinic staff members providing that essential care.

Making your visit safe. Reason to visit? Have Symptoms? Travel exposure? Temperature Check


With decades of experience in his field, Steven O'Marro, MD, FACS, is the local authority when it comes to infectious diseases. In the series of videos below, Dr. O'Marro speaks about the spread of COVID-19 in the Springfield community and talks about the precautionary measures Springfield Clinic has put into place to provide the safest environment possible for patients and staff. 


Needing Routine Labs?

To reduce unnecessary exposure to both patients and staff, we have set up a drive-up lab site one block south of Springfield Clinic's Main Campus Building where individuals can go for routine lab work.