We always are concerned for your health and the well-being of your family and community. This involves when there are natural disasters, such as the recent California fire season.
We ask you to please:
HPSJ Customer Service:
You can always learn more at our HPSJ Resource Center, https://www.hpsj.com/hpsj-asks-members-to-please-stay-safe-this-fire-season-during-any-pge-power-outages/
What we are doing for HPSJ members touched by fire season and power shut-offs:
Finally, if you just need a break – whether on errands, working outside, or working inside with limited air circulation, take a break. Find a secluded place, or a corner away from others, or go sit in your car for a few minutes with the air conditioning running, and carefully take off your mask. This also is a good time to hydrate, and clean your hands after handling your mask as it may have germs.
Many refrigerated meds are stable at room temp for a few days.
For questions about meds and guidance on storing insulins, please call your local drugstore and ask a druggist.
Insulin – Tips for you or your family member – we hope you will find this helpful and a good support:
If you are worried about refrigerated meds not being safe to use and want a replacement or refill, call your local drugstore/druggist.
Western can help you get other devices. Such as:
For home dialysis patients –
HPSJ will prioritize support for members with:
If you have a problem getting vital or life-sustaining supplies during a power outage, please call HPSJ Care Coordination at 209-942-6352.
For the latest wildfire facts, check your local news, along with TV, radio and the web – and keep your phone charged. And you are welcome to check HPSJ’s Resource Center, www.hpsj.com/safe.
Thank you for being a member of Health Plan of San Joaquin!
Posted on November 4th, 2019 and last modified on August 25th, 2020.top