As always, our staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care, in the safest environment possible. We are looking to government health officials for guidance, and we will keep our patients informed as policies evolve. As new information is released, we will continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Washington State Department of Health guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.
What are we doing to ensure our patients’ safety?
- We are phone screening patients at the time of scheduling and again upon arrival. Patients exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, or suspected of a recent exposure may be asked to reschedule, or be redirected to the hospital for urgent care. In either of these cases, our clinic staff will triage the situation and in coordination with the ordering physician, determine the best treatment plan.
- We are screening all patients, staff and visitors, including temperature checks, prior to entering our clinic facilities.
- All patients, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask for the duration of their time within our clinic facilities.
- We have added extra cleanings to our already rigorous cleaning process between patients, and in our patient care areas, front office, bathrooms and other non-patient care areas.
- We direct staff who are sick not to come to work and screen for any symptoms while they are at work.
- We have removed magazine and coffee/tea service from our lobbies and apologize for the inconvenience.
I have an appointment scheduled, should I cancel it?
At this time, most appointments continue to be performed as scheduled. Should there be any changes to your appointment, we will notify you as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing a fever, cough or respiratory symptoms, please call us at (360) 254-4914 prior to coming in, or to reschedule your appointment.
Updates to our visitor policy:
To protect our patients and staff, we are monitoring both the number and type of visitors entering our imaging facilities.
At this time, visitors are not allowed to go back with patients for their exam, with the following exceptions – including but not limited to:
- Minors may have one parent or guardian accompany them
- Patients with disabilities may have one parent or guardian accompany them
- Patients requiring an interpreter and/or caregiver assistance
- All visitors will also be screened prior to entering the facility
As information about COVID-19 is being updated daily, we will continue to update this page as needed. For more information, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Washington State Department of Health.