IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE
Our office has reopened on a limited basis. We are adhering to strict social distancing. Telemedicine remains the most convenient & safest way to be seen if a gynecologic exam is not required.
While many things have changed over the last few months, one thing that has remained the same is our commitment to your safety. Please be aware of the infection control procedures we have implemented in our office to keep patients & staff safe.
WE ASK THAT ALL PATIENTS:
- Wear a mask. Every patient & guest visiting our office is required to bring their own mask or face-covering and wear it for the duration for the visit.
- Arrive at your appointment time. Please do not enter our office prior to your appointment time. If you arrive early, wait in your vehicle. Your appointment will be cancelled if you arrive more than fifteen minutes late. There are no exceptions.
- Come alone to your appointment. Our goal is to limit the number of people in our office at any given time. Family members/guests will not be allowed to wait in our reception area. Patients under the age of 18 may be accompanied by one parent/guardian.
- Sanitize your hands. Please clean your hands upon entering our office. Use your own hand sanitizer or use our supply which is located at the check-in window.
- Do not wear gloves in our office. Wearing the same set of gloves all over town does nothing but spread germs everywhere you go. You are not protecting yourself, you are instead potentially spreading viral particles.
- Reschedule your appointment if you are sick. Cancel your appointment if you are experiencing fever, chills, runny nose, sore throat, body aches or shortness of breath.
- Reschedule your appointment if you are at risk. Do not come to our office if within the past two weeks, you or someone you have been in contact with, have recently travelled to a CDC designated high-risk area, been on a cruise, or have come in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Thank You In Advance For Your Cooperation
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If you are uncertain whether your visit should be in-person or via Telemedicine,