- We require patients to be properly masked prior to entering the office.
- Face masks should have elastic bands around the ears and are required to be worn for the entire duration of patient visit.
- We will be unable to provide patients with face masks due to the national PPE shortage.
- We have closed our waiting areas – patients can call from their car to check in and then are roomed immediately upon entering the office, or come in to check in at exact appointment time.
- Only patients can enter the office with the exception of minors who should only be accompanied by ONE adult.
- Family members must wait outside unless the patient is a minor.
- Any patients who are symptomatic or have recently been exposed to the virus will need to notify us and MUST be rescheduled.
- If you have fever at the time of visit, your appointment will be rescheduled for a later date.
- Our staff ensures that exam rooms and any other high-touch areas are cleaned between each patient and again at the end of the day.
- We require patients to wash hands and/or use hand sanitizer upon entering the office.
- We have removed all shared items (magazines, flyers, etc.) from waiting/patient areas.
- Check outs can be done over the phone. Our staff is available to assist patients with scheduling any follow up appointments or testing.
- Office visits with some exceptions including when patients need testing are conducted via Telemedicine.
- Please download Zoom into your phone or computer and have access to your patient portal.
- Prior to leaving your home you must take your temperature. If your temperature is 99.0 F or higher you must call our office to reschedule.
- You will have your temperature taken prior to entering our office.
- Please bring minimum belongings with you, leave all valuables at home.
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Patient Rights and Responsibilities:
Patients are responsible for verifying that the doctor they're scheduled with is in-network with their insurance plan.
Important Note: Patients must be off antihistamines for 5 days for testing. Depending on insurance, a second appointment may be needed for testing.