Our goal is to maintain our office as safe zone for our patients and staff while continuing to provide urgent cardiology services.
Here is how you can help
Most of our patients are considered high risk and should be taking precautions for social distancing. We hope you are staying home and limiting contact with others.
If you have an appointment scheduled, we can offer you several options.
- Routine appointments in patients who are not experiencing any new symptoms or concerns, could be rescheduled for the fall.
- Any patient who would prefer to be seen in our office, can keep their schedule appointment but will be screened prior to checking in at the front desk
- We will be offering remote (telemedicine) visits with your cardiologist and/or nurse practitioner in the near future as another option to being seen for routine or urgent appointments.
When you come to our office, here is what you can expect
- We would prefer only the patient come in to the office for the appointment when possible. If a family member is necessary only one family member will be allowed inside the office.
- Everyone who enters the office will be screened before they check into the front desk. Those that are determined high risk will be asked to leave and call us back to reschedule their appointment. If you have flu symptoms (cough, shortness of breath) or a fever > 100, travel out of US in the last 14 days, or Exposure to COVID-19 virus, you are considered high risk and should not come into our office.
- Please practice social distancing in our office. Space yourself 6 feet from others. We will
Only allow a maximum of 10 people in our waiting room at one time. You may be asked to wait in your car.
Please let us know if you are experiencing any new or worsening symptoms or if you have any concerns.
We are here to manage your cardiology care. You can contact us by phone or through our patient portal. Please let us know if you are experiencing any new or worsening symptoms or if you have any concerns.
Stay home, Stay Safe