Coronavirus COVID-19

The physicians and staff of PriMED are actively monitoring the coronavirus situation, and we are working in partnership with the federal, state, and local health officials and the Dayton health systems. Click here for answers to your Frequently Asked Questions.

COVID-19 Vaccine

PriMed Physicians supports and encourages all eligible age groups to receive any available COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals six months and older can now receive a COVID vaccine. Our offices offer COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. 

Mask requirements

Wearing a mask is now optional in our offices, unless you have COVID, or its symptoms or have been exposed to COVID within the past 10 days. 

Connecting through Telehealth

PriMed is proud to offer Telehealth as an alternative to in-person visits. Telehealth enables patients to connect with physicians in real-time through a computer, smart phone or tablet. 

When calling your doctor’s office, ask if Telehealth is an option for your next visit.

Clinical Research Study for COVID Vaccine

PriMED is committed to "treating you well" throughout the coronavirus pandemic. PriMed Clinical Research is currently conducting a vaccine study for COVID-19. We are particularly proud to have a role in this study. 

Antibody Testing

We are aware that antibody testing for COVID-19 is now available in the community.  We wanted to give you some additional information to consider before getting the test.

  • These tests are not yet FDA approved. They have been made available under “emergency use authorization", so the validity of the tests is not guaranteed.
  • Testing positive for the IgG antibody does not necessarily imply immunity from COVID-19.
  • Whatever the result, individuals should continue to follow federal, state, and local public health guidance for social distancing and other recommended behaviors during the pandemic.
  • The above information has been communicated in the releases of the organizations performing the test.
  • Contact your PCP if you have questions about testing to determine whether this test (or other testing) is right for you.

As always, stay safe!

Stay Informed

Centers For Disease Control and Prevention —

Ohio Department of Health — or Hotline call 833-427-5634

Public Health of Dayton and Montgomery County -