Patient Safety

The safety of our patients and staff are top priority.  You can see our commitment in action from constant cleaning and disinfecting to staff and providers in masks to a new screening process. Check out the video from Dr Romig about safety in our centers.  We look forward to treating you soon!

Dr. Romig shares about the safety measures we are taking in our centers to help protect our patients and staff.

 

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Committed to the Health and Well-being of our Patients and Staff

 

Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfecting

Check out our video of pre-open cleaning and disinfecting process!

In addition, to our normal cleaning process we are following the CDC recommendations for cleaning and disinfecting the center. To help prevent germ sharing we have removed toys, books and magazines from our lobby and exam rooms. The rocking chair remains to help soothe your little loves, please know the chair and all items in the rooms are thoroughly sanitized between each room use. In addition the center is cleaned every hour – all door knobs, counter tops, bathrooms, and other high touch areas are cleaned and sanitized. This may cause a delay, we appreciate your understanding.

 

 

Screening Patients

To help minimize exposure, we are implementing screening measures that require patients with COVID symptoms to wait in their car until a room is ready. When patients arrive at the front door, we will have someone assessing symptoms and will register them at the door or behind a screen at the registration desk. For your convenience and extra safety, use HOLD MY SPOT to hold your spot in line at a location and time that works best for you and your family.

 

 

 

Smiles Behind the Mask

As part of our new normal everyone, including parents, patients, providers and staff will wear a mask while interacting with patients.  You may not see our smiles, but you will see our friendly and caring eyes! We understand the challenge of little ones wearing masks, thank you for your support in this important safety measure.

 

We ask that all patients call ahead or notify us immediately upon arrival if you have a fever or signs/symptoms of lower respiratory illness (e.g. cough or shortness of breath) AND have had close contact with a laboratory confirmed COVID-19 patient.