What should a person do if they have a new or unexplained rash or other symptoms?
- Self isolate.
- Avoid sex or being intimate with anyone until you have been checked out by a healthcare provider.
- Avoid gatherings, especially if they involve close, personal, skin-to-skin contact.
- Think about the people you have had close, personal, or sexual contact during the last 21 days, including people you met through dating apps. To help stop the spread, you might be asked to share this information if you have received a monkeypox diagnosis.
- CALL your primary care doctor or urgent care before arriving in person. Let them know you have symptoms or have a confirmed exposure. This will allow staff time to prepare for a safe visit for you, them, and other patients.
For uninsured, under-insured and Medicaid recipients – you can visit one of the following Federally Qualified Health Centers:
Ambrose H. Clement Health Center
3559 Reading Road, Suite 101
Millvale at Hopple Street Health Center
2750 Beekman Street
513-357-7320 during the week
513-352-3191 on Saturday
Braxton F. Cann Memorial Health Center
5818 Madison Road
Bobbie Sterne Health Center
1525 Elm Street
Northside Health Center
3917 Spring Grove Avenue
Price Hill Health Center
2136 W. 8th Street