To our valued patients:
In order to continue providing compassionate care to you, our office has taken measures to help protect you and our providers. Please review the following items before coming in for an appointment:
- Please contact us before coming into the office if you answer yes to this question:
- Do you have a fever or a recent history of a fever? (100.4 F or above/38 C or above) and/or acute respiratory illness - new or worsening cold like symptoms, flu like illness, new or worsening cough or shortness of breath?
Current Visitor Policy: All patients may bring 1 support person to their appointment. This visitor will need to be healthy, wear a mask, and have no positive pre-screening indicators.
Please wear a mask to your appointment.
Currently, if you have a fever and/or symptoms of acute respiratory illness (e.g., cough, difficulty breathing), you are considered symptomatic. As per CDC recommendations:
“...mildly ill patients are encouraged to stay home and contact their healthcare provider by phone for guidance about clinical management. Patients who have severe symptoms, such as difficulty breathing, should seek care immediately. Older patients and individuals who have underlying medical conditions or are immunocompromised should contact their primary care providers early in the course of even mild illness.”
For more information, please visit the CDC “What You Should Know” webpage.
For our pregnant and breastfeeding mothers:
- Please view the video above to hear Dr. Dalton and Dr. Zotz discuss the safety and importance of the COVID vaccine.
- The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) website has the most up to date information on COVID-19: ACOG - Pregnant or Breastfeeding
For more questions regarding your general gynecological health and COVID-19, please go to ACOG - Gynecological Health
During this uncertain time, we are available for your questions and concerns. Our desire is to provide exceptional, compassionate healthcare that ministers the love of Christ. Amid times of worry from all around, use your love and care for one another to drive out fear, as scripture explains, “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear (1 John 4:18).”
We do not fear, for we know the peace of Christ lives within us, as Jesus taught us, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid (John 14:27).” During this time of fear, love one another and take good care to love (especially) those within your household!
Dr. Rachel Dalton and Dr. Jared Zotz