Coronavirus: Patient Info & Practice Operations

To better serve our patients, we’re actively monitoring national and local information regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  This page will always have the most up-to date information for patients. We recommend checking this page prior to your appointment for any important changes.

Appointments & Locations

At this time, we’re currently recommending that patients with non-urgent appointments reschedule for a later date.
This includes wellness visits (unless receiving immunizations), routine follow-ups, and minor illness. We now offer telehealth services for some appointments.  When you call to reschedule, please ask if a telehealth option is available. We’ll have more information on telehealth options soon.

Children scheduled for wellness visits that include vaccines should keep their appointments. These visits are typically 2, 4, 6, 12, 15, and 18-months and at 4 and 11-years old.

We are still seeing sick patients.  If you have a fever, illness, injury, concern about pregnancy, etc. please keep your appointment. Pregnant patients with routine OB follow-ups should call to see if telehealth may be an option.

Limited COVID-19 tests are available. While we do have tests available for COVID-19 testing, they are currently limited to high-risk patients.

We’re asking patients to be mindful of the following:

  1. If you have fever, shortness of breath, or have traveled recently, please call us before coming in at (662) 256-9331.
  2. Please limit the number of patient guests to those absolutely necessary.
  3. All patients and visitors will be screened at the door.

What We’re Doing

Extra safety & sanitation precautions are being taken to help protect you and your family. These include:

  1. Continuing our already stringent cleaning protocols and implementing best practices for healthcare organizations provided by the CDC.
  2. Creating separate waiting rooms for sick and healthy patients.
    • Please call ahead at (662) 256-9331 if you have a fever, shortness of breath, or have traveled recently.
  3. All patients and visitors will be screened at the door.

More Information

Article: What You Should Know About Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Reference: Center For Disease Control