As Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be a global concern, we wanted to update you on what precautions RejuVeination is taking to ensure safe, healthy access to our services. It is important for our clinic to remain open for as long as we can to treat patients suffering from chronic venous insufficiency (vein disease) – a progressive disorder, which can lead to more serious conditions if left untreated. One of our goals is to do what we can to keep patients out of over-burdened urgent cares and emergency rooms by seeing patients we can rule out significant disease for.
Posted on March 20th:
Please note we have adjusted our clinic hours during this time effective March 23rd, 2020.
- Monday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Learn more about additional steps we are taking below:
- Prior to every visit, we will ask you screening questions, to ensure symptomatic or at-risk patients reschedule their appointments to avoid community spread. Upon entry to our office, you will be asked to disinfect your hands with hand sanitizer.
- Call to learn more about our new Telehealth offerings. We are working to add telemedicine capability to remotely see new patients and follow up appointments not requiring ultrasound.
- If payment is required, we are encouraging no-touch payment methods.
- We are scheduling patients to limit the time and number of people in our waiting rooms, and asking those escorting patients to wait in their cars to avoid crowding in the office. There will be less seating available in the waiting room to encourage safe distancing.
- RejuVeination is in the process
- We are eliminating coffee and snack services from our waiting area to reduce chance of community spread. Bottled water will still be available.
- Daily, we are screening our staff and following CDC guidelines regarding staff members who are ill or may have been potentially exposed to COVID-19.
- As a medical facility, we have always had a policy of sanitizing any surface after each patient encounter – but we are increasing our vigilance and frequency of disinfecting during this time.
Posted on March 23rd:
In accordance with directives issued by the Ohio Department of Health, our office is closed to on-site patient visits. However, we are still available by phone and telehealth to respond to any of your concerns or answer questions may have.