We are following all government guidelines and only seeing essential post-operative patients at this time to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our patients and our employees.
We’d like you to know a few key points about differences you might experience working with our practice as this situation evolves and eventually stabilizes:
Can I still make an appointment?
Yes! Our office is open and we are happy to make you an appointment! We are following all government guidelines in regards to stay-at-home orders and social distancing and only seeing essential post-operative patients at this time. But we want to see you as soon as it is safe! You can call anytime to make an appointment.
What about visitors at my appointments?
During this time, we ask that you limit accompanying visitors and attend your appointment alone. The only permitted exceptions will be a caregiver for patients that need help getting around after surgery.
Should I attend my appointment if I think I may have symptoms?
If you have a fever, a new cough, shortness of breath or flu-like symptoms, please call our office or send us a message prior to attending you appointment for guidance on your upcoming appointment. All charges for cancellations will be waived at this time.
Should I attend my appointment if I have traveled recently?
We ask that you be transparent about your travels and encounters ensuring we are responding appropriately and safely for your benefit and ours. If you have traveled outside the country in the past 30 days please call our office or send us a message for guidance on your upcoming appointment. All charges for cancellations will be waived at this time.
What to expect if you visit our office as a post-operative patient:
When you first enter the facility there will be Rose Medical Center team members screening everyone entering the building to ensure that those who have mild cold symptoms receive a mask. Anyone who may be at risk for having or carrying COVID-19 will be directed to leave and enter the main hospital.
In addition to the screening process, Denver Plastic Surgery Associates is taking other precautions in the office such as:
- Hourly disinfecting of high touched areas in the office
- Continuing to disinfect exam/treatments rooms after every patient
- Make sure hand sanitizer is available for patient and staff use
- Encouraging patients and staff to properly wash hands
- Rose Medical Center will be providing masks upon entry for anyone with mild cold symptoms who do not meet COVID-19 risk factors
Are you using this time to research a surgical procedure or update your skincare regimen?
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The safety of our patients and staff remains our top priority so we are:
- Instructing our staff to work remotely, when possible
- Putting CDC recommended protocols into place to ensure the highest level of coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention
- Ensuring we have the necessary supplies and equipment, and appropriate staffing
- Conducting screening questions, so that any symptomatic patient who arrives can be properly masked and immediately isolated to protect our staff and patients
- Deep cleaning our office to ensure patient safety
We will continue to update you as more information becomes available. Please remember we are doing all we can to protect you, your family, other patients and staff. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 303-320-8618 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Request an in-person consultation and we will look forward to getting in touch with you.