The First 4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Delay Your Care

Your mental and physical well being improve with medical care

Doctors warn that continuing to postpone the care you need may not only lead to more anxiety and worry but could also worsen illness into an advanced stage.

If you had a scheduled surgery or procedure canceled due to the pandemic or you've been considering but postponing treatment, now's the time to get care.

In these times it's natural to hesitate before you reschedule but rest assured, we're prepared and committed to you more than ever so we can assure you of excellent and safe care.

You're due for preventive care or a checkup

Regular preventive health screenings and check-ups are vital for the early detection of possible issues. Early detection means more treatment options and more successful outcomes.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), lists several factors when you consider how often you should see your doctor or medical provider. Things like your age, your lifestyle choices, and your family history.

If you already have several health issues or are at risk for future health-related challenges, then preventive care is essential.

You feel safe with your doctor's office safety measures

It's important to feel safe anywhere you go especially when it comes to your health. Therefore we've implemented special safety protocols and extra measures, including:

  • Temperature monitoring for patients, visitors and team members.
  • Facemasks required for patients, visitors and staff in all areas.
  • Rigorous and frequent cleaning and sanitizing of all surfaces and equipment even pens!
  • Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for employees.
  • Physical distancing, blocking seats that are close together in waiting areas, continual monitoring of potentially congested areas.
  • Restriction of visitors consistent with directives.
  • Telemedicine (virtual online visits) as an option for some follow up visits

You have a plan

A visit to any of our clinics may certainly look a little different, we even have some Telemedicine (virtual online visit) options. No matter how you're connecting with us, it's important to always have a plan in place. Here are a few things to consider before your next appointment.

Before Your Visit

  • Call us ahead of time. Ask us any questions you may have about safety procedures. For example, can I bring somebody in with me? Is a virtual visit an alternative option for me? What if I think I may have been exposed to the Coronavirus?
  • Have a cloth face covering or mask with you for your visit. (we can provide one if you forget).
  • We have plenty of hand sanitizer but have your own with you for before and after your visit.

We are proud to be a major healthcare partner in our community and we thank you for your understanding and unconditional support.

Please remember it is vital you do not delay your care.

Now is the time to focus on health