(UPDATED ON 6/15/2021) IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATES AND SCHEDULE CHANGES TO OUR OFFICE

 IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATES (06/15/21)

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we wish to adhere to guidelines set forth by the CDC in and ensuring the safety of our patients. It is for this reason we are placing limitations on the number of people that are going to be allowed in our office. Patients that are minors (below the age of 18) should only be accompanied by one adult. Patients above the age of 18 should come by themselves. This will be strictly enforced and patients will be turned away if this policy is not adhered to. 

All patients (and guardians) will be required to wear masks and to have their temperatures taken prior to entry into the clinic. We kindly ask that patients who may be experiencing any symptoms relating to COVID-19, such as fevers, body aches, dry cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat do not come to our office for any reason. If there is any uncertainty, please call the office for further assistance.

Important Updates Regarding Allergen Immunotherapy:

  • Allergy shots are on an appointment basis only. 
  • All patients are required to have their Epinephrine with them during their allergy shot appointment. 
  • It is mandatory to wait 30 minutes after receiving your allergy shots. 
  • Patients will be given a 5 minute grace period from their scheduled appointment time. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accommodate patients who arrive later than that and will need to reschedule for another time. 
As vaccination rates continue to increase and cases of COVID-19 decrease in California, we are optimistic we will be able to accommodate seeing patients in-person by the Fall of 2021. We ask for your continued patience as we wish to take care of all our patients in a safe manner. Updates will be provided as we get close to this timeline

Thank you for your continuous support and patience during these unprecedented times. We hope to see you soon.

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