Specialists in Women's CareCOVID-19 ALERT 05-01-2020
Effective immediately the Texas Medical Board has issued the requirement that:
"a mask must be worn by both the patient and physician"
**PLEASE BE SURE TO WEAR YOUR MASK TO YOUR APPOINTMENT; WE ARE UNABLE TO SUPPLY OUR PATIENTS WITH MASKS DUE TO THE NATIONAL SHORTAGE**
*Thank you for your compliance during this unprecedented time*
**We are now open again for our normal operating hours**
We are asking all of our patients to come alone to limit risk of exposure to COVID-19. We ask that you don't bring any visitors with you. We are doing our part in limiting contact during this unprecedented time. We are actively disinfecting our doors, waiting room environment and obviously anywhere our staff and our patients go within our office.
Frisco Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.A. located in Frisco, TX is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized health care for our patients. Our practice specializes in diseases that affect our patients. We focus on the prevention of these illnesses through wellness care, as well as treating chronic disorders that may arise. By creating an ongoing personal relationship with our patients, our practice is able to provide you with a health oriented means of communication throughout your lifetime.
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL OUR PATIENTS:
Our offices are open and operating at full capacity again and we are continuing to care for our patients.
With the guidance of the CDC and other public health officials, we have enhanced the frequency and scope of our sanitizing procedures, including Increasing the frequency of cleaning high-touch surfaces such as examination tables, counters, equipment, door handles and other public spaces. Our staff follows handwashing, hygiene, and sanitation procedures with each patient interaction.
If you have a scheduled appointment, we ask that you please plan to keep the appointment unless you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, runny nose, muscle aches and pains or shortness of breath. If you are a patient experiencing these symptoms, contact your primary healthcare provider immediately.
Thank you for your continued patronage.
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