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We at Center for Retina & Macular Disease value your safety. All of our offices remain open at this time for urgent and emergent care. We will continue to remain in close contact with all other patients by phone and mail as well as updating you on our website and social media.
WHAT WE’RE DOING TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE
In order to protect our patients and staff, we are following the CDC’s recommendations to help prevent the spread of this virus. We are routinely and properly disinfecting our environment and adhering to social distancing guidelines by limiting the number of individuals in our clinics.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP
· Do you have OR have you had any cold or flu like symptoms within the past 2 weeks (fever, cough, sneezing, congestion, shortness of breath)? If so, please call us to reschedule your
· Have you traveled recently or taken a cruise in the last few weeks or come in contact with anyone who has? If so, please call us to reschedule your appointment.
· Please come to your appointment alone, if possible. If you need someone to accompany you, please limit it to one person only.
· If someone is driving you to or from your appointment, please ask them to wait outside.
Please note that if our staff notices a patient displaying any symptoms of a cold, flu, or other illness, they will make the physician aware and your appointment may be rescheduled.
We apologize for any inconvenience and trust that you support our efforts to keep everyone safe.