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It is required for you and any dependants/care managers to be present in the health center at the time of enrollment. If you are interested in signing up please let us know during your next visit.
 

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1035 Placer Street Redding, CA 96001
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Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm

What is Shasta Health Connect?

With Shasta Health Connect, you can access a wealth of general health information online, view new messages from the practice or take advantage of these many powerful benefits:

  • Access and request personal or general information.
  • Request a non-urgent appointment or confirm an appointment. For all urgent issues, we ask that you call our office.
  • Request medication refills.
  • Receive documents from your doctor such as immunization records, return to work/school forms, lab result cards, and visit summaries.
  • Receive important notifications such as drug recalls or guidance, tailored to your specific health plan, chronic conditions, and disease management.
  • Many new features, such as the ability to fill out forms and pre-visit questionnaires, and online doctor visits are on the horizon.
  • No health information is sent via email. When a message is sent from the doctor’s office, you receive an email stating you have a new message from Shasta Community Healthcare and are directed to log in to Shasta Health Connect to review.

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