Important Information Regarding COVID-19

Please note, the office is only accepting emergent cases at this time and is not open for elective procedures

Emergency or Non-Emergency? (click to read more)


We are closely monitoring the progress of the novel coronavirus (COVID=19). The safety of our patients, families, as well as our staff, is of the utmost importance to us. In order to minimize the potential spread of any unwanted illnesses, we ask the following of our patients and their families.

  1. Only the patient enters the office. Unless under the age of 18. After check-in and signing of documents, we ask that the parents wait in their car unless they have a specific question for the doctor or are scheduled for a consultation. Under no circumstances is anyone other than the patient allowed in the treatment area.
  2. Everyone entering the office must use hand sanitizer and will have a temperature taken. If an elevated temperature or signs of respiratory infection is detected, we will reschedule the appointment.
  3. Per CDC guidelines any procedure requires the use of rinsing with 1 % hydrogen peroxide
  4. Feel free to video chat with your child and doctor during today’s appointment using your cell phone.

We ask our families to please reschedule their appointments if any one of the following applies:

  1. If you or anyone in your family has recently been sick, shown signs of fever, shortness of breath or persistent cough in the last 14 days
  2. If you or anyone from your family has recently traveled to any countries or areas significantly impacted by a coronavirus (China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong)
  3. If you or anyone in your family has recently been in close contact with someone that has been (or suspected to be) diagnosed with coronavirus
  4. If your school or workplace has had a child (or parent) diagnosed with coronavirus recently.

Our staff protocol /daily screening

  1. If you or anyone in your family has recently been sick, shown signs of fever, shortness of breath or persistent cough in the last 14 days
  2. If you or anyone from your family has recently traveled to any countries or areas significantly impacted by a coronavirus (China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong)
  3. If you or anyone in your family has recently been in close contact with someone that has been (or suspected to be) diagnosed with coronavirus
  4. If your school or workplace has had a child (or parent) diagnosed with coronavirus recently.
  5. Must use hand sanitizer/ soap and water before and after every patient encounter.
  6. All staff will have temperature taken every morning If an elevated temperature or signs of respiratory infection is detected, they will be sent home and the case reported to CDC
  7. Decontamination of surfaces before and after every patient encounter, and as needed
  8. Wear a mask at all times