COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - Notice To Our Patients

PRACTICE UPDATE & INFORMATION

The Delmarva Pain and Spine Center currently remains open and will continue to schedule and see patients. Given that the situation is active and changing, please continue to monitor our website for any changes to our operating schedule. You and your family's well-being is our top priority, and we are making the following recommendations to ensure your safety and the safety of our staff:

 

APPOINTMENTS

If YOU or someone you have recently interacted with:

 

 

 

**CALL US TO RESCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT IMMEDIATELY!**

You can reach us at (302) 355-0900. Please AVOID coming on-site for your visit or to coordinate any changes to your appointment.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have a helpful guide regarding the symptoms of COVID-19, which you can find HERE.

If you would like to change your follow up to a virtual visit (by video on your computer or phone), please call our office and let us know. We are in the process of setting up our system for telemedicine visits at this time and can provide instructions on how to join a call with your physician. 

 

OUR FACILITY

Our patients often express their appreciation for the attractive and clean presence of our office. We will be increasing the sanitation process and are following the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Please note, that we are LIMITING ACCESS TO VISITORS IN EXAM ROOMS. If at all possible, we request that you avoid bringing additional visitors to your appointment unless absolutely required. We will only allow the patient and one parent or legal guardian (for minors) or caregiver in the exam room. 

If you have any further questions or concerns, please call our office at (302) 355-0900.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our patients and staff safe!

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