Dr. Nahl and her team hopes this finds you and your family safe and taking recommended COVID-19 virus precautions. We are dedicated to doing our best and will always provide a safe and healthy environment for our patients and staff.
As efforts to contain COVID-19 evolve, we are following all recommendations by the CDC and CDPH and local municipalities. Dr. Nahl has taken proactive steps to ensure the safest environment for our staff and patients.
We are working diligently to ensure as little disruption as possible in our efforts to meet your needs. We have the technology to continue serving patients and maintain operational infrastructure until our offices re-open on April 6th.
As of March 23rd, we will be going virtual! All of our phone coordinators are working remotely. We have available appointments to meet with Dr. Nahl.
What you need to know:
- New patient, no problem. Stay at home and meet with us.
- We will use a virtual meeting platform, which is HIPPA compliant
- You will speak with Dr. Nahl directly and receive best-in-class care
- If you have medical records that need to be reviewed Dr. Nahl and her team will work with you to obtain those records.
Again, our primary goal is protecting the safety and welfare of our staff and patients. These are unique and challenging times, but there is no reason not to pull together, continue to move forward and thrive and when we are open again, we go above and beyond to protect all our patients and staff. With this in mind, we have proactively taken the following measures:
- Every examination room is thoroughly cleaned between every patient
- Our staff is rotating through the practice hourly to thoroughly clean waiting rooms and surfaces.
- We’re screening patients over the telephone and in office to determine if they are at high risk.
- For the health and safety of you, our staff, and the community, We ask that all patients wear a mask to their in-person appointments. Our staff will be wearing masks as well, after which we will take you to wash your hands.
- Once signed in, patients are taken directly to a freshly cleaned, private examination room.
- Patients are allowed only one decision maker companion per consultation.
- We ask if you are not feeling well, that you self-isolate, and reschedule your appointment for at least three days after the cessation of symptoms.
It is important to protect yourself:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing in the fold of your elbow or with a tissue
- Do not shake hands and try to keep distance between yourself and other people. The World Health Organization recommends keeping 3 feet from coughing or sneezing people.
- It is best to avoid touching your face. Wash your hands before you touch your face or mask, and immediately after.
- Use hand sanitizer when no soap is available (60% or more alcohol)
Please do not hesitate to contact us for questions or concerns.
We are grateful for your trust and confidence.
Dr. Angela Nahl