COVID-19 IMPACT ON OUR PRACTICE

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on many communities around the country. We have been closely monitoring the situation – and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Massachusetts Department of Public Health, as well as State and Local Medical Societies.

We have developed a proactive response plan that takes steps to ensure that we help protect the health and safety of our staff and patients.

We Remain Open to Serve You – We continue to offer onsite appointments for your convenience in a sanitized, socially distanced environment. We also offer TELEHEALTH visits with audiovisual or telephone interaction with our physicians and physician assistants. Our phones are staffed by our Medical Secretaries throughout the week, and by our answering service on weekends. We are here for you!

Your Appointment – For an onsite appointment, we ask that you only come to the office if you have no symptoms of cough, fever, or shortness of breath.

If you have travelled out of the state or country within the past 14 days, please be aware of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Travel Order.

We ask that you wear a cloth face covering, as per the CDC guidelines.

If you prefer a TELEHEALTH visit, we can set up an audiovisual appointment utilizing ZOOM technology. Our staff will send you the password protected link within 24hours of your appointment.

Commitment to Cleanliness and Safety – Our exam rooms are cleaned with EPA – certified cleansers and disinfectants to maintain the health and well being of our patients after EVERY PATIENT.

Clear plastic barriers have been installed at check in and check out windows.

Our waiting room seating is socially distanced and meets state guidelines.

All touch surfaces are wiped and sanitized after every patient.

Our staff wear  masks as per the CDC guidelines. We will continue to be diligent in maintaining universal precautions.

You will have your temperature taken upon entry to the building and you will be asked screening questions about any potential symptoms

You will use hand sanitizer upon entry to the building, and then AGAIN upon entry to our office.

Emergency Care Will Always Be Available – As an integral part of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Saint Vincent Hospital, there will always be Orthopedic Surgical care available from either myself or one of my colleagues 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Orthopedic Surgeons at Saint Vincent Hospital are committed to providing Orthopedic Care under any and all circumstances. We will always be here for you.

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123 Summer St.
Suite 520
Worcester, MA 01608

Tel: 508.363.6363

123 Summer St. Suite 520, Worcester, MA 01608 508.363.6363