In Person Medical Visits Now Available

March 5, 2021 0

We are excited to welcome back our patients to in-person care in the South Street medical department. Our Pediatrics and Women’s Health locations returned to in person care some time ago (or never stopped providing it) and it is time to bring our adult medical patients back in. It’s been nearly a year since we have seen most of our patients and we are looking forward to seeing you again!

Of course, your visit will be a little different than it used to be. Here’s how it will work:

  • Medical and Dental patients will enter through the main clinic lobby doors and there will be two of our staff either outside the building (weather permitting) or inside the lobby doors to screen you for COVID symptoms and contact. If there has been any, you will be sent to your car to have a video visit for medical, and if you are here for dental, you will be re-scheduled.
  • If you are cleared to enter the building, you will receive a sticker showing you are approved to be there, along with a mask. You will then be directed to check in at the reception desk.
  • Once you have checked in, you will return to your car, and the medical or dental assistant will call you when we are ready to see you. If you do not have a car or a phone and/or have mobility issues, you will sit in our lobby.
  • When the visit is complete, you will check out at reception and exit the lobby through the main doors.

We are continuing to strictly follow all protocols to keep our patients and staff safe, as we have throughout the pandemic. We are looking forward to seeing you soon! #bestcareanywhere


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