Which long COVID clinics are there in Missouri State, when you suffer from post COVID, you need to seek help from a doctor.
Every Post COVID Care facility offers different services and access to specialists. We have labeled each according to services offered: Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery (most comprehensive), Rehabilitation & Therapy (focus on rehabilitation) and Acute COVID-19 Recovery (focus on improved function after severe illness or hospitalization, often in-patient services).
North Kansas City Hospital Long COVID Rehab
2800 Clay Edwards Drive, North Kansas City, MO 64116
Rehabilitation & Therapy
Physical, occupational and/or speech therapy can help individuals manage their long COVID symptoms. The therapists at North Kansas City Hospital offer education on:
Activity pacing for your current energy level
Improving memory skills
Monitoring your heart rate
Rebuilding swallowing and speaking skills
Resuming daily activities safely
To make an appointment: The therapy services at North Kansas City Hospital require a doctor’s referral. Insurance covers rehab services. For help with a referral or for more information about services, call 8166911795.
University Health Center for COVID Recovery
University Health, 2301 Holmes Street, Kansas City, MO 64108
Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery
The University Health Center for COVID Recovery is made up of doctors and nurses from many specialties, like pulmonology, neurology, physical medicine, rehabilitation services and cardiology along with behavioral health experts. They are focused on helping you take control of your COVID long hauler symptoms.
Eligibility: Patients who meet the following requirements will be evaluated by the Center for Covid Recovery program. This includes patients who:
Have tested positive for and have a confirmed COVID case. Patients will need to provide documentation of their positive test result.
Are experiencing persistent symptoms, including but not limited to:
Decreased activity level, including shortness of breath
Headaches, dizziness, prolonged loss of taste or smell
Cognitive symptoms such as memory loss, mental fatigue or brain fog
Mood disorders like anxiety, depression or PTSD
To make an appointment: Call 8166313533 to schedule your screening appointment today. Your first visit will take place via telehealth and will include:
Thorough intake evaluation by an expert.
Comprehensive review of your symptoms including the length and severity.
Afterwards your intake evaluation will be reviewed by a team of doctors and nurses to determine the best treatment plan.
Washington University Complete Care Care and Recovery After COVID-19 (CARE) Clinic
Medical Office Building One 1040 N. Mason Rd, Suite 122, Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery
The Care and Recovery After COVID-19 (CARE) Clinic supports and treats patients who have continued symptoms or complications after confirmed COVID-19 illness. These long-term issues can include problems with the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, blood clotting, and sleep and mood disorders.
To make an appointment: Eligible patients (those who have had a positive case of COVID-19, confirmed by a nasal swab, saliva or blood antibody test) can schedule by calling 314-996-8103 and asking for an appointment in the CARE Clinic. Providers can refer a patient through Epic by placing an “Ambulatory Referral to Internal Medicine” and specifying CARE Clinic in the notes section.
Contact Clinician: Sarah Hartmann, MSN
University of Missouri-St. Louis Community Psychological Service
One University Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63122
Psychological / Behavioral Health Long-Term Recovery
The Community Psychological Service (CPS) is a not-for-profit outpatient mental health center established by the University of Missouri-St. Louis to provide psychological services to residents of the St. Louis metropolitan area. CPS is committed to offering high-quality, timely, and affordable services to individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford professional mental health care.
Recovery from COVID-19 infection can be long and challenging; physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms can linger for months or longer. Patients and families recovering from COVID-19 may thus need support and help in developing new coping strategies as they return to daily life. The UMSL Community Psychological Service center offers affordable individual behavioral health treatments that are based on the latest research.
Individual appointments are available via telehealth (online or phone) with fee based on income. The center serves individuals and families in the Metro St. Louis area and across the state of Missouri.