Our office has taken all necessary precautions to provide you with a safe environment for you to receive medical care. Our waiting room chairs are upholstered with a medical grade, antimicrobial fabric and are disinfected if patients must spend any time waiting to be taken to an exam room. In the exam room, we disinfect all exam tables and patient chairs after each visit with Cavicide or a similar product which meets the EPA’s criteria for use against COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2). All office staff wash their hands upon arriving at the office each day, and must wear masks. Nurses and Medical Assistants wear protective eyewear or face shields. A plexiglass barrier is installed at the check-in and check-out desks to protect both you and the office staff. The receptionist also wears protective eyewear.
To keep our office as safe as possible for everyone, we request that you wear a cloth or similar mask when you enter our office, and continue to wear it throughout your time in the office. We will ask you to use our hand sanitizer BEFORE you touch anything in the office, including the pen at the sign in board. Before you sign in, the receptionist will wipe the pen with sanitizer. If you are wearing LATEX gloves, we will ask you to remove them and wash your hands, as Dr. Bueller is highly allergic to latex.
IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL
If you have any symptoms of a flu-like illness, such as fever 100F or higher, chills, sore throat, loss of taste and/or smell, cough, shortness of breath, or muscle aches, please DO NOT come to the office. If you have been in contact with someone who may have COVID-19, i.e. starting to have symptoms of illness, please DO NOT come to the office until you are well and without fever for at least 72 hours.