In light of these unprecedented times, our office wants to inform you that we are taking this current situation very seriously. Because we are an integral part of the health care system in our community, we are keeping our doors open to provide acute and pro-active care for our patients.
We are constantly taking measures, above and beyond, to disinfect any equipment before and after every use, multiple times per day, any furniture or handle after each patient or visitor. All staff are required to stay home at the slightest hint of fever or other symptom. We are wearing N-95 masks for our and your protection. We routinely sterilize our hands before and after every patient and do not touch our faces with our hands. We request that all patients that are coming in for treatment wear some type of face covering.
We have hired an outside company (Mac’s Janitorial Services) to spray and fog our entire facility including any and every surface with a hospital grade solution that applies a micro-biostatic anti-microbrial coating (BP 500) that lasts up to 90 days EPA and USDA approved. This will kill any virus or bacteria on contact.
Guidelines to help you through this:
1. Wash your hands frequently throughout the day, especially after touching your face or any public surface like a doorknob, shopping cart, etc. Be sure to use soap and apply across your hands (and under your nails) for a full 30 seconds before rinsing.
2. Avoid close contact with others and refrain from social gestures such as handshaking and hugging.
3. Be sure to STAY AT HOME if you feel a fever, or any symptoms of sickness. Contact the local health department if you suspect you may have contracted the virus.
We look forward to continuing to serve our community through this unusual circumstance.
Due to the rapidly changing information that we receive, we will be updating our post