UConn Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Provider Toolkits

COVID-19 Basic Protocols

Clinical Criteria for COVID-19 Patient

How to Protect Yourself

What to Do If You Are Exposed to Someone with COVID-19

What to Do If You Get Sick

Screening for COVID-19 and Isolation of Suspect Cases

Location of Care and Management by Patient Type

Ambulatory Clinic

If a patient calls in for an appointment, see updated workflow below. If the patient arrives at the clinic front desk, and the staff identifies a patient with a history of travel from any area of concern, has fever and cold symptoms alert RN/MA, provide a mask to the patient and segregate, and follow screening workflow below.

Ambulatory Clinic Information for Phone Screen and Arrival in Clinic Screen

Emergency Department

RN or first point of contact should perform initial travel screening at triage for all patients with fever or symptoms of lower respiratory illness.

Emergency Department Identifying Screening Workflow

COVID-19 Testing Guidance for Providers

Collection of Specimen COVID-19 (NP and OP)

Certifying COVID-19 Deaths

Recommended Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Providing Care

COVID-19 PPE for Healthcare Personnel

Sequence for Putting On and Removing PPE
After performing the sequence, please wipe off goggles inside the patient’s room, take them out and put on the PAPR cart to dry.

Face Mask or Respirator Determination

Limited Reuse of N95 Respirators

Patient Transport: Isolation and Transportation Requirements

Room Turnover Time and Discharge Cleaning

    OB/GYN Protocol

    UConn Health COVID-19 OB/GYN Protocol

    ACOG COVID-19 Algorithm

    Support People: Labor & Deliver, OB/GYN

    Guidelines for Neonate Born to COVID Pos PUI or PUM


    Interim Guide for Home Care of People Not Requiring Hospitalization (COVID-19)

    10 Things Patients Can Do to Manage Their Health at Home

    Interim US Guidance for Risk Assessment and Public Health Management of Persons with Potential Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Exposures: Geographic Risk and Contacts of Laboratory-confirmed Cases