Our COVID-19 Response
Today’s world has brought us COVID-19. It has temporarily and undoubtedly changed how we all function, operate and go about our personal and work lives.
Maintaining patient safety and well-being in this uncertain time is our priority. We have made the following updates in our practice:
- We require that you wear a mask or facial covering for your appointment.
- We ask that you reschedule your appointment if you or someone you have been in contact with has exhibited symptoms of illness.
- Please come into the office alone or with only one other person if absolutely necessary, as we attempt to maintain social distancing.
- We are screening everyone before they enter our building for COVID-19 symptoms and recent travel history, based upon CDC guidelines. We will also take your temperature with a non-contact device.
We are taking all necessary precautions to ensure a safe environment such as sanitizing exam rooms after each visit, regularly sanitizing the common areas and having all of our staff and physicians wear masks.
And yet throughout all of these extraordinary changes, the one thing that has not changed—nor will it ever change—is our ability to be of the utmost service and support to you.
If you have any questions/concerns regarding your upcoming appointment, feel free to call 740-454-1216.
Thank you in advance for your help in this uncertain time as we do our best you give you the best care possible.
Resources for Covid-19
Here, we are happy to share several Coronavirus resources that will help you to better navigate and understand what is happening across our state, as well as right here in Zanesville and within the communities and areas that surround us.
Ohio Department of Health
Learn more about what Ohio, overall, is doing to monitor, address and combat COVID-19, provide economic resources for individuals and families, how to talk to your kids during this time, and how you, too, can jump in and help out your fellow Ohioans.
Here you may access the most recent information, statistics and facts on COVID-19 in our community.