As people practice social distancing and businesses that do not provide emergency services begin to close in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, we want you to know that your health is still a priority for us, but due to the stay-at-home order issued by the Governor, we will be closing our offices, and we are implementing a 100% telehealth program from April 1-May 1 2020 (possibly extension to June 1st, but we will keep you posted), so that we may continue to serve our patients during this difficult time.
You will be receiving a call from our staff to either postpone your appointment until it is safe to come to the office, or change your visit to a telehealth visit. Many of the services that we provide can be performed through live audio-visual communication, such as FaceTime, Skype, or Google Duo. Please provide us with a good cellular number or email address where you can be reached for your telehealth appointment.
If you have healthcare needs in the coming weeks, including routine follow-up appointments, please reach out to our office to schedule an appointment. We will first screen to see if the visit can be completed remotely. If possible, we will set-up an appointment for you to video chat with your provider. For visits that cannot be completed remotely, we will have to postpone the appointment until after the Stay-at-Home order has been lifted.
Tele-medicine Days will only be Monday-Thursday, with the office being closed on Friday. If you have an appointment currently on a Friday, we will be reaching out to you to reschedule, but know that the Friday appointments have been cancelled for this duration.