You may see some changes when it is time for your next appointment. We made these changes to help protect our patients and staff.
– Before your visit, we will need you to answer a few screening questions regarding the state of your health. You’ll be asked those same questions again when you are in the office.
– We requests patients come by themselves unless they’re with a minor for which we request only 1 companion.
– Temperature is taken with a No-contact Infrared Thermometer.
– We request that all patients (and guardians for minors) wear masks when entering the office.
– We have a bathroom in the lobby area and will ask that you wash your hands as you enter the office. You will also find hand sanitizer in the reception area and other places in the office for you to use as needed.
– Our office is structurally setup to have fully enclosed individual rooms and not dividers, therefore, all patients are isolated when in treatment. We don’t close the room doors to avoid having to touch the knobs, but if the patients desires, we can always close the doors also.
– Our staff is wearing extra layers of Personal Protective Equipment than it used to, everyone wears anti-microbials scrubs, protective gowns, N95 masks and face shields in order to protect the patients while in the room with our providers.
– Appointments are now scheduled far apart from each other and we are limiting the amount of people on the full office. This means that our office is operating on a very strict schedule.
– And we are minimizing to have almost no one in the lobby area at all times.