Taking extra measures to keep you safe.
During this unprecedented time, we recognize the uncertainty and unease that may rise– especially regarding visiting a medical facility. We would like to reassure our patients that we have increased our already stringent procedures, allowing you to feel safe and confident that YOU are our top priority.
Here’s What We are Doing.
- Updated visitor and companion policies — To limit the overall traffic in the clinic, we are limiting patients to one (1) essential visitor/companion, and asking patients to not bring any visitors, unless absolutely necessary. One support person is welcome for patients with disabilities or impairments needing assistance.
- Infection prevention precautions — We thoroughly clean and sanitize all patient waiting rooms, exam rooms, and other care areas according to the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In-office infection control measures are readily available for our patients and visitors, such as masks, alcohol-based hand sanitizers, tissues, hand soap, and waste receptacles. And we have taken extra steps by removing shared items like toys and magazines.
- Screening — We are screening all patients and visitors for symptoms of cough, shortness of breath, or fever. If you have a cough or fever, please call us before you come into the office.
- Mask precautions — All clinic staff will be masked, and we will ask all patients and their essential visitor/companion to wear a mask as well.
- Social distancing — Social distancing guidelines are being followed according to the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Specifically we have allowed for increased spacing of seating in the waiting areas.
Additional COVID-19 Resources.
Campbell County Hospital (CCH) has provided an informational page for the COVID-19 updates within Campbell County.
For those delivering on the material floor of the hospital, refer to the CCH’s current Visitor Restrictors page.