We understand the growing concern surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) across our community, and our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted. This situation continues to evolve quickly, and we will be monitoring it closely. Based on current guidance and our own standards and practices, we remain open for business and are committed to providing outstanding care for you and your family.

The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed. As an infection protection precaution, we are asking that you limit the number of people accompanying you to our office for your visit. If you require assistance, bring another adult. If possible, do not bring children to our office.

We are taking extended measures to ensure a hygienic environment, including regular cleaning of common areas. Remaining vigilant is the best way to avoid contracting this new coronavirus, and the flu. Like with the flu, the best precautions to take to reduce the risk of getting sick include frequent hand washing for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water, and refraining
from touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Further, follow recommendations by the CDC found here:

It’s our honor and privilege to serve you, particularly during challenging times, and we thank you for being at the heart of what we do.

Thank You,
Noel C. Boyd, M.D.
Amy C. Plummer, M.D.
Louise Mann, M.D.
Angela Helms, WHNP

Coronavirus Letter