We Are Here For You
Don't Let COVID-19 Put Your Healthcare on Hold
Communities across the United States are implementing measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. It is important to remember that the coronavirus may not be your only health concern. Maintaining your routine healthcare should still remain a priority.
Local hospitals and physician practices remain on the frontline to combat COVID-19's spread, diagnosis, and treatment. Our Primary Care providers and Specialist remain available to care for your specific healthcare needs. As the delivery of healthcare has taken on a different form, know we are here for you; whether it is an in-person visit to our offices, or through a telehealth visit.
Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice. Efforts have been made when you receive care, it is both safe and comfortable for you and our team. In the past few weeks, we have increased our sanitizing measures in our offices, and our healthcare workers are required to document their temperature twice a day. We have also asked our staff to wear mask for everyone's safety. In return, we are asking you to do the same.
You will notice some changes in our facilities before your appointment, asking you screening questions.
We will communicate with you before your appointment, asking you screening questions.
We no longer have magazines and toys available in our waiting areas as those items can be difficult to disinfect.
Appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing between patients, you may notice fewer options at the time of scheduling.
We ask that you wear a face-covering upon arriving to your appointment while waiting, during your appointment when possible and as you are leaving.
Patients, guardians, and caregivers are limited to one person during the time of visit, and they too must wear face coverings.
Upon the arrival of your appointment, at individual offices, you may notice a change in the arrival process. Changes might include, taking your temperature before entering the building, and waiting in your vehicle until one of the healthcare workers calls you.
Chronic conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure, can worsen if left unmanaged. It is critical to stay in touch with your provider to monitor your condition.
The care you have received from Boice-Willis Clinic in the past remains the same. It is our honor to provide the highest quality of care for our community. We look forward to caring for your needs at our facilities and are happy to answer any questions you may have about our policies put in place to keep you safe during your visit.
Call your provider's office and schedule an appointment or a telehealth visit.