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What Patients Need to Know About Coronavirus


Currently All Offices Are Open And Operating During Their Regularly Scheduled Hours

Is it okay to keep my appointment?

Yes. Our team is taking extra precautions to protect those in our waiting rooms and clinic area. If you have an appointment and no fever, then it is safe to keep your appointment.

Is it okay to get my allergy shot?

Yes. As long as you do not have a fever or have not had a fever in the past 72 hours , it is safe to get an allergy shot. Our shot rooms are open and taking additional steps to ensure you can safely continue your shot schedule.

The following procedures are in place to protect all patients and staff:

Social Distancing: In our waiting rooms, we have changed and limited our seating to meet the social distancing recommendations.

Shot patients, after receiving your shot, you may return to your car to wait 30 minutes, instead of waiting inside our waiting rooms.

We ask that you limit the number of family members present for any appointments and allergy shots.

Cleaning: Our team has begun taking additional cleaning measures for waiting rooms and shot rooms. We will remove all books and magazines.

If you have an appointment but have or have had a fever in the past 72 hours please call to reschedule or, if you are due for an allergy shot, please postpone your shot.

If you have been around anyone who has been exposed to the coronavirus please call to reschedule.

We are committed to protecting the health of all patients!

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