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New Scheduling Protocols
With community spread of COVID-19 in the St. Louis area, we will be taking the following precautionary measures to reduce the risk of unintended exposures among our patients and families.
As always, your child's and your family's health is our first priority. Please call the office with any questions.
- All walk-in appointments have been suspended until further notice
- Parents and patients age three and older are required to wear a mask or cloth face covering while in the office. Masks should be kept on at all times and should cover both your mouth and nose.
- We will be instructing all sick patients to call our office from their car to be given specific instructions on entering our office for care
- Any sick patient coming into the office be roomed immediately
We have been monitoring the information regarding COVID-19 and are in constant communication with the various authorities on the current recommended best practices.
Good News! Current data suggests that COVID-19 usually causes mild illness in children. The most common symptoms are fever and cough. Many children have no symptoms at all. Like all viruses, there is no treatment that our physicians (or Emergency Rooms/Urgent Care Clinics) can provide to speed the healing process. Even if you think your child may have COVID-19, they will probably not need to be seen by a physician. If you are concerned that your child needs to be seen, please call our office to speak with a nurse.
Here are some helpful links to learn more:
St. Louis City Health Department: 314-612-5100
St. Louis County Health Department: 314-615-2660
St. Charles County Health Department: 636-949-7400
Jefferson County Health Department: 636-797-3737
Missouri Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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