COVID-19 ProtocolsGlendale, AZ
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU.
Dear existing and future patient’s,
COVID-19 is in the news everywhere, and we are closely monitoring the situation. We’re reaching out to assure you that you are safe at Arizona TMJ.
We already, as a daily practice, assure universal precautions as outlined by CDC and OSHA standards of infection control. Safety is always our number one focus. Our high standard of care ensures that your trust and safety are never compromised.
We are taking extended measures to further protect all our patients and team with the following additional protocols:
In compliance with the recommendations for public health, anyone with a cough or fever will not be allowed in the building and should stay home. We will be happy to reschedule your appointment for a later date
We are asking all scheduled patients to arrive at the scheduled appointment time to ensure that social distancing guidelines are followed and respected. The only exception to this would be a new patient needing to arrive 5-10 minutes before their scheduled appointment time to fill out new patient paperwork.
Upon entering Arizona TMJ, you will be asked to sanitize your hands before our staff checks your temperature and oxygen saturation.
Additionally, our whole staff is equipped with Personal Protective Equipment to ensure the safety of not only the office, but most importantly our patients!
You can be assured safety measures at Arizona TMJ will continue to evolve as more information develops.
Stay well, hydrate, eat nutritiously, and get plenty of sleep.
The team at Arizona TMJ
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