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Post COVID-19 Care

Support patients who were infected with COVID-19 and who experienced serious disease to manage their condition over time.
Post COVID-19 recovery clinics are designed to see patients at or following 12 weeks post-symptom onset and are not meant to address acute concerns.

Support for health professionals

Physicians and nurse practitioners can request advice on post-COVID-19 care from an internal medicine specialist through:

  • The Rapid Access to Specialist Consultation (RACE) app, which is for urgent questions that require a call back within 2 hours. RACE is staffed Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. The specialty is listed as “COVID – GIM Post Infection Care”. See
  • electronic Consultative Access to Specialist Expertise (eCASE), which offers e-consults within 7 days. Users can submit questions, patient history and attachments via a secure messaging app. The specialty is listed as “Post-COVID-19 Care”. See

Clinic referral process 

To refer a patient to a post-COVID-19 recovery clinic, please fill out the referral form and fax it to the chosen clinic. 
Please note that referrals will only be accepted for:
  • Confirmed COVID-19 positive (NAAT or serology) or official epi-linked cases
  • Individuals who were symptomatic between January and May 2020, and did not have access to a COVID-19 test
If your patient does not have a positive COVID-19 swab, they will require a positive serology test to be accepted into the Post-COVID-19 Recovery Clinic. However, referrals will be accepted for patients who were ill between January and May 2020 –  even without a positive test – because testing was less accessible during the early stages of the pandemic.

Additional clinic resources

BCCDC is working with provincial and federal partners on surveillance, diagnostic testing and infection control measures for the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit the BCCDC website for information for health care professionals and public health partners.  

Clinician Resources

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