COVID-19 Response | Safe care and visitor guidelines
Only keep your appointment if you are symptom free. If you are symptomatic, please cancel your appointment or change your appointment to telehealth.
Please wait in your car or outside until your clinician or office manager indicates that they are ready.
You need to wear a mask upon entry to the office, in all common areas, and throughout your time here. All staff and clinicians will adhere to this as well.
Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when you enter the building.
Your temperature will be taken upon arrival. If it is elevated (100 degrees Fahrenheit or more), you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.
Adhere to the social-distancing precautions upon entering the office and maintain a distance of 6 feet between you and others. There will be no physical contact (e.g., no shaking hands) with staff, clinicians, or other patients.
Please refrain from unnecessary contact (e.g., please do not move chairs or sit where we have taped off furniture).
No children or other companions are allowed at your appointment.
If you use the restroom, please sanitize the toilet, sink, and doorknob before exiting.
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