In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation and following CDC recommendations, we are making every effort possible to maintain a safe environment for our patients and employees alike. New guidelines now prompt that we ask all patients and caregivers brief screening questions in an effort to minimize potential risks.
Please read through the following screening questions BEFORE entering:
- Have you had a fever in the past 14 days?
- Do you currently have a fever?
- Have you been sick in the past 14 days?
- Do you currently have a cold?
- Have you or any member of your household been to the mountains since March 7th?
- Have you traveled internationally in the past 15 days?
- Have you come into contact with anyone who has traveled international in the past 15 days?
If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, we ask that you postpone your appointment to a later date.
Upon entering our office, we will take each individual’s temperature. If the temperature is above 99.1F, we will ask you to reschedule your appointment for a later time.
We are permitting only 1 caregiver to accompany patients at this time. Caregivers are encouraged to wait in their vehicles. Please provide the front office staff with a mobile number to call you when your family member or relative is finished with treatment.
Our daily cleaning procedures are extremely thorough and comprehensive but given the current situation, we are expanding our protocols in an effort to further keep our facilities safe for all patients and staff. Along those lines, we have increased the cleaning schedules including to sanitize frequently touched surfaces and equipment regularly throughout the day.
We are also requesting all staff, patients, and family to refrain from coming into the office when experiencing, or having experienced, any symptoms such as a fever, cough or runny/stuffy nose in the last 7 days. Contact our front office and we will happily assist you with rescheduling your appointment to a time when you are not experiencing any symptoms. You may contact your primary care physician or the Colorado State Health Department at 303-389-1687. We also ask patients to inform us if they or anyone they’ve come in contact with has recently traveled abroad.