What We’re Doing To Protect Our Community
In light of the current circumstances, we want to reassure you that our medical facility is prepared and ready to continue serving our community and provide medical services to those in need. Our dedicated team has taken appropriate preventative safety measures to protect you and our staff.
Please know that we are monitoring this situation closely and will continue to sanitize our clinic thoroughly and consistently. We will continue to update you with any changes moving forward.
We are committed to supporting our community in the safest way possible, and we thank you for continuing to support local businesses like ours.
CORONAVIRUS MEASURES TO PREVENT INFECTION
We are using the very best practices available to minimize any exposure.
The health and safety of our patients is our number one priority at all times.
OUR DOCTORS & STAFF ARE:
Washing their hands frequently (20 seconds minimum)
Using Hypochlorous Acid and/or hand sanitizer in between hand-washing and after each patient encounter
Using Sporicidin disinfectant on knobs, counters, frames, desks, etc. multiple times per day
Cleaning pens and other shared items after use
Disinfecting frames after handling & using disposable cleaning cloths and alcohol wipes to clean glasses
Requiring any staff person feeling ill, with fever or cough to stay home.
Checking staff and patient temperatures upon arrival to the office
Removing magazines and toys from the waiting room area
Use the provided hand sanitizer before using Check-In Items
Bring paperwork printed from our Patient Forms already filled out from home so you don’t have to use community pens
Wash Hands or hand sanitizer before handling glasses
Do not bring family members who do not have an appointment to the office with you so we can minimize people in the waiting room
Arrive as close to your scheduled time as possible so you will have less interaction with previous patients
Feel free to wait in your car until your appointment if you wish-just call us to let us know you have arrived
If you have a FEVER, FEEL ILL OR HAVE A COUGH, please let us know, text us or call to reschedule your visit. If you have a family member who is ill or have recently traveled to a high-risk area of the U.S. or out of the country, please reschedule your appointment