We’re dedicated to the health and safety of our patients and employees. We want to reassure you that we will be reopening for patient care with the utmost care and new safety protocols in place.
We have reduced our appointment volume and clinic hours to allow for social distancing and safety for everyone.
All staff will wear masks
and gloves at all times, and so will patients.
We will thoroughly clean the treatment rooms between each visit.
We will be taking all patients’ temperatures when they walk into the clinic and screening for any at-risk histories or symptoms.
Hand sanitizer stations will be in the waiting area and treatment rooms. The practice will be deep-cleaned every evening after patient care.
If you have any symptoms, we advise that you remain at home and call us.
FAQs: Office Visits During Covid-19
Yes, we do offer virtual consultations, if deemed appropriate for your treatment. Please call us to learn more today!
Contact us if you have been sick or shown any symptoms of illness in the last 14 days (fever, chills, sore throat, cough, headaches, fatigue, loss of taste, loss of smell). If you’ve been around someone diagnosed with COVID-19, were asked to quarantine, or traveled out of the state in the last 14 days, please call us so we can reschedule your appointment.
We ask that you come to your appointment alone. Unless you’re a parent or legal guardian of the minor being seen, or a caretaker for someone who needs support, we ask that you don’t bring guests or children with you, to minimize unnecessary exposure. Those with you will be required to have the same level of screening. Other guests will be asked to wait outside. We also ask that you arrive on time. Please check the time of your appointment in your confirmation email and text, and do not arrive too early or late. This will help ensure we are moving patients through their appointments consistently, to avoid any wait time in the building.
Yes. Per CDC requirements, please wear a face mask. This is extra protection for our staff and other patients.
Fill out your paperwork ahead of time. If you’re new, you will receive emails on how to complete new patient paperwork, which limits the contact you have with our staff and how long you are in the office. If you’re a current patient, we’ll verbally get any information we need during your visit. Our staff will reach out to you to inform you of any updates/changes. If you have any issues, we’re here to help.
We will only be accepting payment in the form of a credit card. We will NOT be accepting cash or checks at this time. This will make co-pays, fee-for-service visits, and purchases hands-free.