To ensure the safety of our patients and staff, the following measures have been implemented and will be strictly enforced:
The Naderi Center’s Commitment to Protecting our Patients and Staff from COVID-19
Protective Equipment: Physicians and staff will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) that will include mask and gloves.
Daily Staff Screening: We have implemented a “zero tolerance to illness symptoms at work” policy. This means fever, runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, and coughing will be grounds for removing staff from the premises.
Decreased Patient Volume: Our patient schedule has been adjusted to allow for fewer patients in the building, as well as extra time for extra cleaning of rooms between patients.
Virtual Consultation: We will be utilizing the benefits and safety of virtual consults for the initial discussion for all new patients and established patients looking for new procedures as well as many follow up appointments. This allows for a safe, comfortable, and unrushed discussion with you and your loved ones without protective equipment and masks. After the initial virtual consult, patients will be asked to come in for an examination and pre-operative planning for their office procedure.
Strict Cleaning Protocols: We have always enforced strict cleaning protocols and have broadened those policies to ensure that they include both clinical, as well as non-clinical areas of the office.
Contactless Environment: We have changed our daily operations to be as contactless as possible.
What we require of all our Patients. There will be no exceptions.
Be in Good Health: Patients with any fever, feeling ill, or with symptoms of coughing or sneezing, even if perceived to be due to allergies, will not be allowed into the office, nor treated, and will be asked to reschedule their appointment for a future date.
Face Covering: All patients must wear a face mask to fully cover their nose and mouth at all times when inside the building. The only time masks may be briefly removed is at the direction of our doctors for examination or treatment.
Washing Hands: Patients are asked to wash hands or use provided liquid hand sanitizer prior to entering our clinical rooms. You are not allowed to enter with gloves that have been worn outside. You will be required to remove and discard your gloves and wash or sanitize your hands.
Minimizing In-office Paperwork: We require all new patients to complete all new-patient paperwork at home to minimize exposure time in office as well as contact with pens and clipboards.