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Support Person Guidelines:
A support person may only come to your 1st OB appointment and First Trimester Screening Ultrasound. If you feel you need to bring a support person to your appointment, please talk to your provider’s team for approval. Your support person must be from the same household, wear a mask, and be symptom-free. No children allowed at any appointments, unless in a car seat.
Thank you for your understanding,
Madison Women’s Health
9/16/20 Clinic Update
Dear Madison Women’s Health Patients,
As we continue to monitor the Pandemic situation, please be rest assured, we are continuing to follow CDC and local guidelines with cleaning and sanitizing. It is the utmost importance for us to make sure our patients and staff are in a safe environment.
Patients and staff are still required to wear masks (cloth or surgical) while in the office unless asked to take them off by staff during an appointment.
Patients may only bring one support person to their Initial OB visit and at their 12-week ultrasound appointment. The support person must be masked and will have their temperature taken. If you feel it is necessary for a support person, please call and talk to your provider’s team. Patients may call or video conference their support person during appointments. We will make exceptions for newborns or infants in a carrier.
If you need assistance during your visit, we ask that the person who brings you in waits in his/her car until your appointment is over to help us limit the number of people in the clinic at any one time.
Upon arrival, patients need to call from their vehicle for registration questions and asked specific COVID-19 screening questions.
We may ask you to remain in your vehicle until your exam room is ready. This will allow us to continue to disinfect each room after each patient. A staff member will call you at your preferred number and instruct you on what exam room to go to. Patients will need to get their weight on the way to their exam room.
Once in an exam room, you will have your temperature and vitals taken.
To limit gatherings in the lobby, patients will need to call or MyChart for follow up visits.
We are continuing to offer telehealth visits. If you are interested in finding out more about telehealth, please reach out to our office.
We have restarted automated confirmation calls. Please listen to the entire call as it will have information on the check-in process.
We are receiving many calls about the Influenza vaccine. Currently, we have a minimal supply, and we are only vaccinating 36 weeks and above OB and postpartum patients. You may also contact your local pharmacy to see about their supply.
Please continue to monitor our social media pages and website for any updates.
We look forward to seeing you in the near future!
Madison Women’s Health
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