How COVID-19 Has Impacted Services
Keeping Patients Safe- Anyone who feels sick or has symptoms identified by the CDC, such as cough, shortness of breath, or fever, should stay home and contact their primary care physician.
Alternatives to In-Office care
Face masks covering mouth and nose are required at *all *times inside the
office and individuals must social distance.
We appreciate getting to know your support system and welcome them back to
the office. Those attending the appointment with you must wear a mask and
social distance, as well.
Paperwork can be mailed to you prior to your exam.
Hand sanitizer will be available in the lobby and all treatment rooms.
Magazines and children’s materials have been removed from the waiting
room, as they are difficult to clean and disinfect.
Audiologist may wear machine washable clothing (e.g. scrubs), and may use
disposable face masks, face shields, and gowns, when appropriate.
- Telehealth Appointments
- Curbside Service while you wait, or drop off and pick-up.
- Remote programming for certain hearing aids.
- Mail devices to the office for cleaning or repairs.
- Purchase supplies curbside.