We are taking several preventative actions to keep our patients, staff and physicians at minimal risk during this time. The health and well-being of everyone is our highest priority. We meet daily and continue to follow the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
We have implemented some parameters within our practice that extend to our patients as well. If you have an appointment scheduled with our office, we are asking you to read this to ensure you do not need to reschedule and what we are asking of you, should you come to our office.
- If you have a fever of 100 or higher or if you are suffering from any flu like symptoms, we are asking you to call our office to reschedule your appointment.
- If you have had contact with anyone who has been in one of the areas where the virus has been prevalent, or who has been diagnosed with the Coronavirus, please wait two weeks before making your appointment.
- If you believe you are suffering from seasonal influenza or the coronavirus, please contact your primary care physician.
If you would like to reschedule your follow up or therapy visits, because you are doing fine for now, please contact our office to discuss and reschedule. Our patients continued care is very important to us, as is your protection from this outbreak.
Our employees and physicians are being asked to follow these same guidelines.
FAMILY and/or VISITOR POLICY
In order to limit the number of visitors coming through our clinics, we will allow one parent to accompany a minor, one caretaker or family member for a patient having difficulty with mobility, and one per language interpreter to assist with communication.
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding