The health and safety of CrossOver patients, volunteers, employees, and community remain a top priority, especially in light of COVID-19. CrossOver is proud to serve on the front lines, caring for our patients and community in this unprecedented time.
Updated May 24, 2022
- CrossOver offers the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination. Please review the following points about vaccination at CrossOver:
- We offer COVID-19 vaccinations to current CrossOver patients.
- Please call us to schedule a vaccination appointment.
- CrossOver does not offer walk-in vaccinations.
- If you have received your 2nd dose of Moderna or Pfizer COVID vaccination more than 5 months ago OR a single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccination more than 2 months ago, please call to schedule a booster appointment with us.
What We’re Doing to Prevent Exposure
- Our Medical Director, Dr. Mike Murchie, our Infectious Disease Physician, Dr. Vivian Bruzzese, and our CEO, Julie Bilodeau, continue to monitor the spread and management of COVID-19 and the impact it may have on our services to the community.
- We are in communication with the local health departments and receiving updates from the CDC and VDH.
Information for CrossOver Patients
- If you have symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, cough, shortness of breath, or fatigue, please call 804-655-2794, select your language, and choose option 6 to speak with a nurse. Our staff can advise you by phone about how to treat the virus at home and when to seek emergency care if needed. If this is an emergency, call 911 immediately.
- Everyone can help slow the spread of the virus. Wear a mask in public or when gathering with anyone outside of your household. Wash your hands often, especially before eating, after using the restroom, and when returning home. Stay home as much as possible. When in public, stay six feet or more from other people. Do not gather in groups. These practices will help keep you and others safe.
- People wishing to become new patients should click here.
Employee and Volunteer Information
- Volunteers and employees who do not feel well should stay home. We urge all volunteers—especially those who are 65 and older or have medical conditions that may increase their risk—to seek the advice of their own healthcare clinicians about when it is advisable to return to the clinic.
How to Help
- CrossOver needs the support of our community now more than ever. We rely on you to make our work possible. Our patients are among those most vulnerable to COVID-19, its complications, and its effects on our economy. Please donate now to help us provide care for those in need now and in the future.
- Children’s books about COVID-19 in downloadable PDF format in 25 languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Arabic
- Mental health resources on coping and taking care of your emotional health during COVID-19
- Richmond City Health District
- Centers for Disease Control