Corona Virus Preparedness

Flu Season

 

Hello Patients,

In light of the corona virus (COVID-19), we want to assure our community and clients that we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and we will take action based on our safety and any current or future recommendations from the CDC.

Our goal currently is to protect the health of our patients and staff. We are requesting that if you or your family have traveled to high risk areas (China, Italy, Iran, South Korea) within 14 days of an appointment, to please contact our office and report this to our staff prior to visiting our office, so we can further ensure our safety and assist you. Furthermore, if you have any signs and symptoms of illness (sore throat, runny nose, cough, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue) please, again, contact our office prior to coming into your appointment. As we are an office that frequently works with patients recovering from surgery, the more we can do to limit exposure to illness, the better health for all.

The CDC has prepared a great article of how to avoid contracting COVID-19. Our patients are our utmost priority and by following some of these simple recommendations we can make a huge difference in preventing the spread of infection of not just COVID-19, but other illnesses this flu season as well.

Thank you for understanding the wishes and health of our practice, and if you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact our office. We will continue to inform our patients as we learn more.

Stay healthy,

Pacific Plastic Surgery Family

 

Author
Haley Mabery, RN

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