If you have an upcoming appointment, help us keep our patients, staff, and physicians safe and lower the risk of COVID-19 by following these precautions:
- For the safety of our patients and staff all patients are required to wear a face covering. Even if you are vaccinated.
- If you have a fever AND cough or have been diagnosed with any respiratory illness in the past 7 days, or have been exposed to any individual known to be exposed to COVID-19, please contact our office before arriving for your appointment. We may encourage you to stay home and to reschedule your appointment. (If you have taken something for a fever in the past 48 hours, this constitutes as a fever.)
- If your symptoms are causing shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, please call your primary care provider for instructions. Otherwise, please stay at home and treat your symptoms with rest and over-the-counter medications.
- We are now allowing one screened adult support person during your visits.
A few notes about the COVID vaccination:
- We recommend the COVID-19 vaccine for all patients especially our pregnant patients.
- Both the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are now recommending the COVID vaccine for all pregnant patients. You can read their information here and here.