The novel Sars CoV2 virus has changed the world forever. Our goal is to treat and educate patients on COVID 19 in order to help save lives, decrease fear and anxiety, and help prevent unnecessary Emergency Room visits and the overuse/misuse of hospital resources. Medical supplies and hospital beds are in short supply. Our medical team has dedicated their lives to helping treat persons suffering from COVID 19. Since early 2020 our medical team has extensively researched Sars CoV2 and the corona virus family and treatment options. Our medical director, Kenneth Mitchell, specializes in infectious disease and has developed a successful protocol for persons suffering from COVID 19 infection. Our medical staff is knowledgeable and expertly trained in order to properly take care of patients with COVID 19. Here are some things we have done to help mitigate, educate, and successfully treat COVID 19 infections.

Every patient room is private and throughly sanitized between each patient using ozone (O3 gas), hypochlorous acid solution, and Citrus III (hospital grade). The large areas of the facility are ozonated daily and the furniture is sanitized. We offer masks to all patients and staff wear PPE while providing care. “Sick” and “Well” patients are separated by social distancing and the arrangement of rooms and have separate entries to the center.

The COVID 19 infection is usually mild to moderate, but it can cause very serious symptoms and possibly death. If you have recently tested positive for COVID 19, please seek medical attention immediately.

Per our experience and anecdotal evidence, early treatment and diagnosis is the BEST possible way to mitigate severe COVID 19 infection. We encourage everybody to seek medical attention EARLY and DO NOT wait until symptoms are severe or extreme to see a physician.

We encourage everybody NOT to use hospitals as testing sites or to treat mild to moderate symptoms of COVID 19. Hospitals are short staffed, overwhelmed, and need to keep beds open for NON-COVID related emergencies as well.


  • Car Accident, Accidental Trauma
  • Gun Shot or Stab Wound
  • Stroke, Severe Confusion, Amnesia
  • Heart Attack, Abnormal Heart Sounds, Chest Pain, Too fast or too slow heart rate
  • Unconscious, Not breathing, No pulse
  • Broken bones, Paralysis, Sports Injury
  • Head Injury, Concussion, Bleeding from ears
  • Drug Overdose
  • Seizure
  • Abuse or Rape
  • Severe Dehydration
  • Burn Victim

Examples of Mild to Moderate Symptoms of COVID 19:

  • Runny Nose
  • Sinus Congestion
  • Watery Eyes
  • Ear Ache
  • Headache
  • Sore Throat
  • Swollen Lymphnodes
  • Fever under 102 F
  • Body Aches
  • Cold Sweats or Chills
  • Diarrhea with or without cramping
  • Stomach Ache
  • Dehydration and Electrolyte Imbalance
  • Extreme Fatigue
  • Shortness Of Breath while maintaining an oxygen level over 90%
  • Bone and Muscle Pain
  • Muscle Weakness and Unsteady Gait
  • Loss Of Appetite
  • Hair Loss
  • Loss Of Taste and Smell
  • Productive or Non-productive cough
  • Nausea and Vomiting
  • UTI or Painful Urination

Examples of Moderate to Severe Symptoms of COVID 19:

  • Shortness Of Breath
  • Wheezing or Shallow Breathing
  • Using accessory muscles to breath, Gasping, Struggling to breath, Blue lips
  • Unable to maintain an oxygen level above 90% on room air
  • Severe Dehydration, Vomiting, Diarrhea, and Rapid Weight Loss and unable to eat or drink or “hold anything down”
  • Abnormal Heart Sounds, Chest Pain, Rapid Heart Rate
  • Blue, Grayish, or Pale skin tone
  • Absence of capillary refill and dark circles under the eyes
  • Lethargy or Unresponsive
  • Unable to walk or talk
  • Brown, Orange, or “Foamy” Urine
  • Swelling in the feet and legs with or without pain in leg (without cause/trauma)
  • Seizure
  • Uncontrolled blood sugar
  • Uncontrolled fever over 103F and not responsive to medication

*If you have severe or life threatening symptoms please call 911 immediately or go to the nearest hospital.

Some Risk Factors That Can Contribute To Severe COVID 19 Infection:

  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Chronic Heart Disease
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • G6PD deficiency (genetic mutation confirmed by simple blood test)
  • Asthma or history of lung infections/pneumonia
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Cancer
  • HIV infection or AIDS
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Elderly Persons