CONTINUING PATIENT CARE
Our clinic continues to be open for patients at a reduced volume during this time. Thank you for your patience.
Update: March 3, 2023
We take the health of our staff, patients, and community very seriously! Thank you for keeping our community safe with us. Here is some information of what our clinic is doing to keep you safe.
CLEANING + WASHING
Routine hand hygiene by all practitioners, before, after and during each appointment.
Routine cleaning of equipment and surfaces in rooms between patients.
PPE AND DISTANCING
Doctors and staff use PPE including Level 3 masks and scrubs. We ask that all patients wear a disposable medical mask covering their nose and mouth at all times while visiting our clinic.
Multiple air purifiers within the clinic to remove microscopic particles in the air and kill bacteria and viral micro-organisms.
WHAT SHOULD I DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
In our commitment to our patients and the community, we ask that patients:
Come to your appointment wearing a medical mask (minimum 2 layers) covering your nose and mouth. If you do not have access to medical masks, we will provide one in the clinic for you to place over your cloth mask.
Do not remove your mask at any time throughout the appointment, including while waiting in the room for your doctor.
To minimize visitors in the clinic, come to appointments alone. You may have 1 additional vaccinated visitor come to your appointment if they are:
1) A caregiver
2) Assist with mobility challenges
3) Are accompanying a minor
TIME OF APPOINTMENT
Please arrive at your appointment on time and no earlier than 5 minutes prior to your appointment due to space restrictions.