How is Foot Healthcare Associates Keeping the offices safe for patients and employees during and after the COVID-19 Crisis?
As a foot and ankle surgeon, we always take your safety and the safety of the office staff very seriously, but especially so during this unprecedented time with the COVID-19 crisis.
Please know this office follows the recommended cleaning and disinfecting practices set forth by the Center for Disease Control to keep the office clean. We are also following recommended patient flow/triage protocol to keep everyone safe while in the office.
Cleaning & Disinfecting We’re taking extra care to clean and disinfect all high-touch surfaces and patient care areas throughout the office. We have installed plexiglass barriers to help keep air circulation between patient and staff minimalized. We are requiring all patients, visitors, and employees to wear masks at all times while in the office. Staff and patients are disinfecting hands when entering the office with complimentary hand sanitizer.
Our office is asking COVID screening questions prior to every appointment and then again when you arrive at the office. *If you’re not feeling well, or think you’ve been exposed, please call our office for care options.
We’re wearing masks for all our safety and ask that you do too.
When coming to the office, we are practicing social distancing in the waiting room and in the patient care areas where it’s possible.
Patient care schedules are spaced out to help keep patient to patient contact to a minimum.
Our office is also seeing patients virtually via a TeleHealth appointment. To make an appointment, contact our office and request a virtual visit.
Things we can see via TeleHealth include, but not limited to:
Our podiatry practice at Foot HealthCare Associates is built on three principles: trust, caring and a commitment to excellence in podiatry. We view the relationship that we have with our patients as a sacred trust. We work hard every day to deserve that trust.