Homer Medical Center COVID-19 Information

Homer Medical Center is open and taking appointments for all regular services, including immunization and other preventive care. To keep our patients and staff safe and to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community, we are currently limiting entrance to the clinic to: those with appointments and those who have completed screening by phone for our weekly after-hours clinics on Tuesdays & Thursdays (and caregivers or parent/guardian) .  Please do not enter if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19. Call us for help determining if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

Please help us keep our staff & patients safe: Everyone is required to correctly wear a surgical procedure mask over the nose, mouth, and under the chin when in the clinic. We are also limiting waiting area seating to allow for proper cleaning in between appointments, as well as asking all patients to wash hands upon entry of the exam rooms.

Call us at (907) 235-8586 for more information.

For complete COVID-19 testing & vaccination information, visit sphosp.org. The testing site (SPH COVID-19 Vaccine & Test Site) is currently open Monday – Friday from 9AM-5PM, in the lower level of the SPH Specialty Clinic on Bartlett Street. No appointment is needed for testing, and COVID-19 vaccinations for pediatric/adolescent patients and adults are available by appointment only on Thursdays and Fridays.  Homer Medical Center is offering COVID-19 vaccines by appointment or during your currently scheduled visit.

NOTE: Your test results from the SPH COVID-19 testing clinic will only be available on the SPH patient portal, which is separate from your Homer Medical clinic patient portal. Visit this page for detailed SPH Patient Portal instructions.

I’m waiting for test results, or have received a positive test result – what do I do? CLICK HERE!


Even if you are vaccinated, it is still suggested to practice physical distancing in public, wash hands frequently, clean & disinfect regularly used surfaces, wear cloth face coverings while in public, stay home when sick, and get tested if you have been exposed or have symptoms.