We know that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is on everyone's mind. On this page, you'll find resources to help you and your practice. We will continue to update these documents to make sure they are as up to date as possible. As always, at NAM, we believe we're stronger together as a community of medicine —so don't hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns.
Resources for Physicians:
Important Public Information:
Nashville began the second phase of its reopening process on Monday, May 25. The City of Nashville has created the plan linked here to help get the city back to work. We must proceed carefully to ensure we do not create a surge that will send us all back home. Nashville’s economy will open in four phases. We will only move to the next phase if there is positive improvement/stability in the metrics for 14 days.
Wanting to Volunteer?
The volunteer medical mobilizer is being converted into a tool that registers clinical/non-clinical volunteers and those clinicians and staff seeking employment. Those who have availability to help meet growing staffing needs as a state can register here: https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/cedep-emergency-preparedness/volunteer-mobilizer.html. This list will be increasingly utilized in the coming weeks. Clinical staff looking for employment are needed to care for COVID and non COVID patients as hospitals put plans into place to increase their capacity.
NAM is asking community members, including local businesses and individuals who are not involved in caring for COVID-19 patients, to donate new and unused medical and PPE that could protect doctors involved in the city’s response. Click here to learn more.
- Surgical face masks & N-95 masks
- Isolation gowns
- Disposable exam gloves
- Sani-cloth wipes
- Face shields
- Hand sanitizer
Important PDF Links:
The Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 tracking map now reports U.S. data by city and county. The points on the U.S. map now display the numbers of confirmed cases and fatalities for each local jurisdiction in an effort to best inform the public and to aid health care and emergency workers responding to the crisis.
This information applies to the current Public Health Emergency situation ONLY.
The information provided herein is intended for general guidance only and does not include all laws or regulations pertaining to the Public Health Emergency associated with COVID-19. This information does not constitute legal advice or establish standard of care. Practices are encouraged to consult the OCR, CDC, CMS, commercial insurers, HHS, and State Health Departments with specific questions or official rulings.
Page Last Updated: 5-26-2020