Signs and symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) are:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

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  • Telehealth visits are now available for medical appointments. CHWP personnel will help determine if this appropriate for you when you call to make an appointment
  • If you do not have access to our patient portal, contact our office to become web enabled. Please have an up-to-date email address when you call
  • Video based telehealth visits will occur with the Healow App
  • For more information and to download the Healow app please see: eClincalWorks Healow App Download
  • Healow will work on any smartphone or tablet and will closely resemble Facetime or Skype
  • If telehealth will be a challenge for you or a loved one, or you have limited technological capability, we have iPads available to use curbside in West Liberty and Bellefontaine. Please ask about this when making your appointment.
  • Recent video released by eClinicalWorks that shows what the Healow app will look like from a patient perspective can be found here: eCW Healow Patient Video
  • If you have questions, feel free to contact us at 937-599-1411

Update 3/25/2020:

Today's update provides a recap of many of the items we have provided over the last week. In lieu of posting the entire notice here, we have it available for download as a PDF. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions please feel free to reach out.

3/25/2020 Patient Letter

Update 3/20/2020:

Telehealth Services Now Available

In order to meet the needs of the community during this difficult time, we have developed ways to provide medical and behavioral health services via telehealth to our patients. While we will continue face-to-face appointments, this will provide an opportunity if you don't feel comfortable coming into the office. Most, if not all major insurance companies, including Medicare, have made provisions over the last week to expand the coverage of telehealth in the primary care setting. The cost to you should be no different than a visit in our office.

For the most part, this will require the use of high speed internet and a smartphone/tablet/computer. If you do not have this available, we can provide an iPad for use in the parking lot of our Bellefontaine or West Liberty locations.

We will generally utilize the eClinicalworks Healow app which is available for free on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Please bear in mind that we greatly accelerated the implementation of telehealth and there may be a few hiccups hear and there.

To setup an appointment, assistance with the Healow app, or for more information please call us at 937-599-1411.

For more information and to download the Healow app please see: eClincalWorks Healow App Download

eCW just released a short video how this would look from the patient perspective found here: eCW Healow Patient Video

Update 3/18/2020: As we endure together this COVID-19 alert, Community Health & Wellness Partners (CHWP) is committed to caring for our patients in the most safe and careful manner as possible. With the many changes happening on a daily basis in our community and country, CHWP is making some adjustments to ensure a safe environment for all patients, visitors and staff.

Please note the following which are in effect IMMEDIATELY:

Our office located in Russells Point has suspended patient care until the COVID-19 Alert is lifted. Patients are being redirected to our Bellefontaine and West Liberty offices for scheduled appointments with their provider. If you have questions regarding your appointment, please contact 937-599-1411 option 2 and you will be assisted.

Evening hours at all CHWP locations will be suspended until the COVID-19 alert is lifted. Offices will close at 5:00pm each day.

Beginning March 21st, all Saturday appointments will be held at the Bellefontaine site. The West Liberty location is now closed on Saturdays.

Behavioral Health visits are being held by telephone or telehealth. CHWP Behavioral Health staff will contact you and explain the telehealth process and/or reschedule your appointment, if needed. If you have any questions about your appointment, please contact the office at 937-599-1411, Option 2, and we will assist you.

Community Health & Wellness Partners is committed to working with the Logan County Health District, Mary Rutan Hospital, state and federal agencies in helping to care for ill patients and decrease the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please follow the CDC recommendations to stay in, reduce groups to less than 10, wash and sanitize.

For additional questions regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) please call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH/1-833-427-5634.

Effective 3/17/2020: All persons entering any CHWP site MUST be screened before entering the building. Patients will continue to enter through the main entrances. Staff will enter through staff-only entrances. All persons will then go through a short screening process. Thank you for your patience at this time as we work to continue providing services to our community.

Link for updates so you can stay informed:

For regular updates on Ohio COVID-19 status and checklists:

Other important reminders:
  • Practice social distancing
    • 6 feet for cough
    • 20 feet for sneeze
    • 65+ years old: stay at home
  • Be prepared at home: 2-week supply of food, medications (inhalers), water

Your healthcare providers and staff at Community Health & Wellness Partners (CHWP) are actively monitoring the Coronavirus situation and working in conjunction with other health systems in Logan County and Ohio.

As a preventative measure to protect patients and staff, we are asking more screening questions when you call or come to the office.

Signs and symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) are:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

Most people will likely develop mild symptoms.

For more information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) follow the links below:

You can also call the Ohio Department of Health for specific questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19) at 1-833-4ASKODH.


  • If you are sick, stay at home and stay away from other people
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw tissue in trash
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe

We are committed to caring for you.

Tara Bair, President/CEO
Dr. Kenneth Miller, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Jillian Shellabarger, Chief Behavioral Health Officer

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