A: While telehealth appointments are still available, we are also open for in-person visits. Please call the office for more details. We will call you the day before your scheduled appointment to determine if you have been exposed to any of the existing risk-factors for COVID-19. Risk-factors include whether you or someone in your household has recently traveled to high-risk countries or regions or has been on a cruise ship. Additionally, we will screen to see if you or anyone you have come in contact with is experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath.
If you do not have the risk-factors listed above, you may show up for your appointment as normal. Each individual arriving for appointments will be asked to wear a mask. You are only able to bring one care partner with you to your appointment. We encourage your care partner to drop you off for the appointment and pick you up after the appointment is over—this means the care partner would not attend the appointment with you.
PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE OFFICE IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THE RISK-FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19.