We are happy to announce that we are beginning the process of reopening and are prepared for your return. We are making some changes to ensure that we can keep you as safe and healthy as possible. Our COVID-19 safety protocol follows all of the recommended guidelines from the CDC and local health officials.
Our promise to you…
- We will strictly follow strict social distancing guidelines as recommended by the CDC and will have a markedly decreased patient load
- New contactless visit flow to reduce touchpoints. Please click here to fill out consents prior to your visit, and click here to ensure that all of your personal information is up to date
- All staff will be wearing proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and will be screened daily before coming to work
- Surfaces will be sanitized after each patient visit and regularly throughout the day
- We will go through a brief but thorough checklists of screening questions when making appointments and again at the confirmation call prior to your visit as appropriate
For your safety and for the safety of our staff, we have implemented the following policies.
- All patients will be asked to complete all patient intake forms, consents and credit card authorization on line prior to their visit.
- You must wear a mask or face covering when coming to the office
- Please come to your appointment alone. For minors and adult patients who need the support of a caretaker, one adult will be allowed to accompany the patient
- Patients will undergo screening questions prior to their visit. Please call us if any information has changed or if you have any known exposure to a person who is COVID-19 positive prior to your appointment.
- We have reorganized our patient visit flow and ask that you call when you are outside our office so we can greet you at the door for the pre-visit screening and then take you directly into the appropriate exam room
- We will perform temperature checks via infrared touchless forehead scanners upon entry to the office as well as hand sanitizer
While we are putting extensive precautions in place to keep you safe, we understand that many of you may feel more comfortable doing a telemedicine call. We will continue to care for those patients remotely.