The health of our patients and staff is our top priority. In an effort to protect our patients and ourselves from COVID-19, we have added additional actions to our already stringent infection control. We follow all OSHA infection standards and continue to go beyond the directives to keep everyone safe.
If anyone in your family has a cough, shortness of breath, fever, or sore throat, or you are medically compromised, we ask that you call for instructions BEFORE your visit. We are happy to help you move your appointment to a later date or answer medical questions via the phone. The CDC recommends that you stay home until free from any symptoms for at least 72 hours without the use of fever-reducing or cough medicine.
If you are instructed to be seen in the office, please wash your hands before your visit. When you arrive, use the hand sanitizer placed near the door and place your mask over your mouth AND nose. We ask that you bring your own mask if you have one available. We are also requesting that families limit non-essential persons during office visits.