Our Clinics Remain Open

We are all aware of the public health concerns due to COVID-19, and our doctors, nurses, and staff remain committed to serving you and your family. We have updated some of our clinic procedures so we can continue to provide you with excellent care.


Covid Testing

We want to remind everyone about the importance of social distancing and face coverings while in public and to be aware of community-specific mandates for wearing a mask or face covering. As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in our communities, we want to offer a few reminders for patients WHO TEST POSITIVE OR ARE EXPOSED TO COVID-19. It is important that these guidelines are followed closely to help reduce community spread of the coronavirus.


  1. Remember that confirmed cases should remain isolated at home throughout the infectious period (a minimum of 10 days from symptom onset AND without fever for 24 hours WITH improving symptoms).
  2. Please notify any close contacts of possible exposure, and the recommendation for close contacts to quarantine AT HOME for 14 days following their last known exposure.
  3. Household contacts, because their risk is higher, should quarantine AT HOME for 14 days from when home isolation began for the confirmed case. IF close contact with the confirmed case CANNOT be avoided, the household contact should quarantine AT HOME for 14 days AFTER the confirmed case has met criteria to end home isolation (see #1 above).

Covid Testing + Schools
We are also aware that some schools, daycares and employers are requiring or encouraging testing or medical clearance before attendees and employees who have been diagnosed with or exposed to COVID-19 may return. We want to emphasize that CDC guidelines allow most confirmed COVID-19 cases to return to these settings after enough time has elapsed (a minimum of 10 days, without fever for 24 hours) AND with improving symptoms.

With very few exceptions, a test-based strategy to discontinue isolation or quarantine is no longer recommended given that COVID-19 test results can remain positive for weeks and don’t necessarily correlate with contagiousness. Our guidance to you on these matters will utilize the most current CDC guidelines and not necessarily specific school, daycare or employer plans. If your child is required to have an evaluation, a note from their provider or testing done before they return to school or daycare (whether they have symptoms or not), please contact us to discuss further.

Telehealth Services

We are temporarily offering telehealth services for certain types of appointments. Call our clinics to find out if a televisit might be appropriate for your child.

Keeping You and Your Family Safe

  1. Please continue to attend your regularly scheduled well visits. Well visits are essential to ensuring the health and wellbeing of your children. We are conducting well visits and non-sick appointments in the mornings and are seeing sick patients later in the day to help in eliminating cross contact between sick and healthy patients.
  2. If you have an appointment, please wait in the car when you arrive and we will call you when an exam room is ready. For your safety and the safety of our staff, we will greet you at the door with a mask and provide one to you and your child if needed based on symptoms.
  3. Stay at home as much as possible. Wash your hands, cover your cough and avoid touching your face.

Let’s protect each other by wearing our masks!

You will see us continuing to wear our masks to help protect your family when you come to one of our offices. Before your child’s appointment, please consider these simple ways you can help:

  1. We ask you to have only one caregiver accompany your child if possible and avoid bringing other children who are not being seen.
  2. We also ask all family members to wear a mask or face covering before entering the building. Information about homemade face coverings can be found on the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/DIY-cloth-face-covering-instructions.pdf
  3. Children under 2 years of age should not wear a cloth face covering and we will be happy to provide them with a surgical mask to wear while in our office space if you do not already have one for them.
  4. Remember, if you are sick, we ask that you make us aware of this ahead of time and if possible, find an alternative caregiver who is well and can bring your child to their appointment.

Together we can stay safe and stay well!


During this time, some of our clinic hours may change. For the most up-to-date information please follow the Facebook page for your clinic site.


As always, please call us with questions. We are always here for you.

Important COVID-19 Updates

Our Children’s Clinics are committed to keeping your family healthy and safe with updated office procedures and televisit options.

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