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The region you selected has transitioned to One Medical Seniors. Although our name has changed, you’ll get the same great care. Click below to be redirected to the One Medical Seniors website.

Office update 

Our offices in Arizona, Colorado & Washington have officially moved over to One Medical Seniors. Although our name has changed, you’ll get the same great care you expect from Iora at the same convenient office. To learn more or get care, click the link below to be redirected to the One Medical website. Please note — OneMedical.com is only available in English at this time. 

Becoming One Medical Seniors: We’re in the process of bringing Iora Primary Care into the One Medical family.

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Tag: Coronavirus

What You Should Do if You’ve Been Exposed to Coronavirus

May 15, 2020

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If you have been exposed to – or believe that you have contracted Coronavirus (COVID-19), here are some guidances on what to do.

Things To Do at Home While Social Distancing: Tips for Seniors

May 12, 2020

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Quarantine can leave many of us feeling lonely and anxious. Yet, a few coping tips can help us manage emotions and survive physical distancing.

Iora’s Guidance as Non-Essential Businesses Reopen

April 24, 2020

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As many businesses in certain parts of the country begin to reopen, Iora Primary Care wants to emphasize that COVID-19 is still active.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus with Dr. John Po

April 15, 2020

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An interview with Iora Primary Care’s very own infectious disease specialist on taking precautions and being responsible during COVID-19.

5 Quarantine Mental Self Care Tips To Help You During COVID-19

April 13, 2020

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the amount of daily news and reports can feel overwhelming. Learn key quarantine coping skills to stay positive.

Coronavirus Myths vs. Truths

April 6, 2020

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While we continue to learn more about COVID-19, it can seem like there is more misinformation than fact out there. Here, we will debunk coronavirus myths and supply the facts you need to know.