COVID-19 Update

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COVID-19 Updates

From 5/4/20: 

We will continue to do our part to encourage social distancing and take the appropriate measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, we also want to ensure all of our patients receive timely care. Therefore, we’ve increased our hours of operation. Starting May 4th, we will be open on Monday and Thursday from 8am to 5pm to allow us to see our OB, post-partum and post op patients. We will be open on Tuesday and Wednesday from 8am to 5pm to see GYN patients. We will remain closed on Fridays for the month of May. However, we will have a nurse practitioner available to process prescriptions requests and address problems. You can reach her by choosing the option for the answering service. Appointments are filling up quickly. If you previously cancelled your appointment and would like to be seen, please call us at 208-2345 to reschedule your appointment.

Notice: We will be closed on Fridays in May. Please contact the office for more details. 

The CDC is recommending any patients who are experiencing acute respiratory illness, including symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath to reschedule appointments. We also request if you have recently traveled, or come in contact with someone who has recently traveled, that you call us to be screened prior to coming in for your appointment. Please do not enter our facility with symptoms without first speaking to the phone nurse. We are not equipped to test for COVID-19. If you are symptomatic, you need to contact your PCP, the hospital, or health department to arrange for testing. Effective immediately, we are only seeing scheduled appointments and not permitting any friends or family members to accompany patients. If you are an OB patient that has an ultrasound scheduled, you many bring one family member with for the ultrasound. All requests for paperwork, etc. are to be handled over the phone. Please understand, these precautions are necessary to ensure the safety of our patients and employees.

Here are a few additional resources as well: 

World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control