In order to have a safe environment for all, patients and staff will wear a face covering. This is necessary to decrease the likelihood of infection to patients and our staff. This can be a medical mask, bandanna or scarf.
We will decrease patients’ exposure to others by gathering information prior to entering the office. Our staff will be contacting you to collect your information.
Only the patient may enter the clinic, unless the patient is a minor or requires a caregiver. All entering must wear a face covering, answer our COVID questionnaire, and have a temperature taken.
We understand that all the health issues that led you to see our office in the past still exist. Our goal continues to be to allow you to live your lives in the healthiest possible way. Our policies are designed to allow for us to help you in the safest environment possible.
We look forward to seeing you in our office for your next visit.
Patients are encouraged to check the following resources for up to date information on COVID-19, including how to best keep yourself safe and what you should do if you suspect that either you or a family member may have fallen ill with this virus.
Please contact your primary care provider or local urgent care service if you have any of the following symptoms.
- A fever, dry cough, symptoms of lower respiratory illness (e.g., cough or shortness of breath), or other cold/flu-like symptoms
- Been exposed to someone that has been diagnosed with coronavirus or someone that has had contact with anyone under quarantine for the virus
- Recently traveled outside of the United States in the past 2 months or been exposed to anyone returning from outside of the United States AND are experiencing possible COVID-19 symptoms (see above)