2510 E. Independence, Ste. 100, Shawnee, OK 74804


Free COVID-19 Telehealth Screening

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have equipped our partner hospitals with telehealth capabilities.

You can now receive a FREE TELEHEALTH SCREENING from your trusted community provider at these partner facilities:

  • Pawhuska Hospital, Inc.
  • Carnegie Tri-County Municipal Hospital
  • Mangum Regional Medical Center
  • Seiling Regional Medical Center
  • Prague Community Hospital
Available Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Step 1

To get your free COVID-19 telehealth screening, call our toll free number. You will speak with a triage nurse, who will gather some information from you and help you complete step 2 of the process.

**If you or your loved one are experiencing 
emergency symptoms call 911. 

Step 2

Choose how you would like to receive your free telehealth screening.

Download the App

To use your smartphone, download the app by going to the Google Play Store for Android devices or Apple App Store for iPhones and download VidyoConnect.

Install on Computer

To use your computer install the VidyoConnect application below.

Step 3

If your screening with our triage nurse indicates you may have been exposed to or you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you will receive a text message or email with a link to start the telehealth session with your trusted provider.

Not sure if you need a coronavirus (COVID-19) screen?

If you’re unsure whether or not you need a telehealth session with your local provider, the CDC has created a tool to evaluate your symptoms, their severity, and your risk factors to provide guidance on how to handle your possible illness. You can utilize the CDC’s coronavirus (COVID-19) self-checker by clicking below and selecting “Coronanavirus Self-Checker” on the page that appears. 




Breathing Trouble

Preventative Measures

Wash Hands Thoroughly

Avoid Touching Your Face

Cover Your Cough

Avoid Contact with Sick

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The COVID-19 virus has obviously created a sense of alarm and concern. It seems there is new information being presented almost hourly. At Cohesive, the health of all our patients, employees, and the communities we serve is our primary concern. In addition, we must be diligent to anticipate and respond to downstream financial issues associated with the crisis. The paper-thin margins of a rural hospital can ill afford any disruption. Currently, we are considering scenarios ranging from a period of extremely limited patient activity because of positive exposure to being overrun with patients but having limited access to staff and or equipment. We must be prepared for those extremes and all possibilities in between.

Cohesive has formed a task force which is in regular contact with the CDC and the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Additionally, each of our hospitals has formed a coronavirus committee, and we are all regularly sharing ideas, concerns, and all other relevant information. While we should anticipate tremendous challenges, please know that, between Cohesive and all our hospitals, we have a team of incredibly dedicated individuals working to ensure great patient care and financial viability.

Tips to Stay Healthy:

Preventative action is our best method for fighting COVID-19. Follow these tips from the CDC to help prevent spreading the virus.

  • Wash hands frequently with warm water and soap
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Cover your cough or sneeze
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick


You may also find the CDC: 2019 Novel Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions page helpful.

The Cohesive Executive Team