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Oasis News 24May2020

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• 24May2020 Sacramento Medical Oasis, Inc. is ten years old today! • 13May2020 I have posted about the various kinds of tests now available for COVID-19 • 09May2020 some important observations about the use of chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin for COVID-19… Continue Reading →

medicine in the time of coronavirus

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Update 13April2020: An interesting (though obscure) bit of data I have encountered today. A New York hospital tested 214 pregnant women presenting for delivery for SARS-CoV-2 infection. This is an unusual cohort in that we have been generally restricting testing… Continue Reading →

looking for mental health care? primary care?

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Medical Oasis integrates primary care and mental health, because your mind and your body are connected. What does your health care really cost you? We eliminate the troubles getting appointments, the long wait, the seven-minute visit, the cold exam room,… Continue Reading →

what patients need to know

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If you’re an established Oasis patient, there is a lot of information here to which you might want to refer when you need medication refills or have questions about pricing or availability or how to contact us. contacting us If… Continue Reading →

prices

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Non-subscriber rates $285 for each visit appointments subject to availability Subscription: $135/month includes one half-hour visit per month additional visits in the same month are $80 each your first visit will be charged at the non-subscriber rate of $285 Family… Continue Reading →

telemedicine

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During the pandemic, we are encouraging everyone to use our telemedicine system whenever possible. tl;dr: If you’re not already on a phone or tablet, open this page (sacmedoasis.com/tele) on your phone or tablet. Click on one of these links: Android… Continue Reading →

a decade at the Oasis

Ten years ago today (May 24, 2010), we registered incorporation papers for Sacramento Medical Oasis, Inc. We had started planning in the depths of the Great Recession of 2008. They county mental health system was contemplating cutting off services to thousands… Continue Reading →

types of COVID-19 test

There are now a number of different kinds of tests for COVID-19. If you want to be tested, you should be aware of the strengths and limitations of the testing methodology. PCR Most of the testing done so far has… Continue Reading →

zoonoses: thoughts about COVID-19

I find myself repeating some background on COVID-19 to a lot of patients; some very basic information seems to not have made it to popular media. I’ll add my 2¢: it’s not “zoo noses” COVID-19 is what is called a… Continue Reading →

electronic prescribing

I have moved almost completely to telemedicine. I only see patients in person when there are no alternatives, such as when they absolutely need a physical examination or a procedure or injection. Otherwise I stay at home as we all… Continue Reading →

alternate telemedicine platform: Jitsi Meet

Signal is working great for most of our telemedicine folks, but I miss the old Jitsi Meet server and figured out how to get it back on line reliably. If you want to use it: Request a link from us… Continue Reading →

“Doc! Have you heard about…

…this miraculous COVID-19 cure/test/treatment that’s been proven to work with no side effects but there’s a conspiracy by the AMA and Big Pharma to cover it up?” Sorry if I replied to your email with just this link. I would like to… Continue Reading →

Drive-Thru Testing for novel Coronavirus

Update 18May2020: I’ve heard from reputable sources that the Sacramento County drive-through testing (conducted at Cal Expo) no longer requires that you meet criteria before getting tested, but you still have to surrender your personal information to a private company… Continue Reading →

state screws up controlled prescriptions

UPDATE 29January2019: The new forms came in a few minutes ago! We should be contacting you shortly about picking up prescriptions if you’ve been waiting. Do you get Schedule C-II controlled medications (the ones that require paper prescriptions)? If so… Continue Reading →

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