DOL Injury Centers is being very proactive in regard to COVID-19. The health and safety of our patients is our main priority. We are keeping our doors open while following the guidelines recommended by both the CDC (Centers For Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization).
Here are some of the measures we are taking to protect our patients and staff.
Every patient we see is carefully prescreened for COVID-19. This is done before scheduling any appointments and during the visit.
Some of the prescreening questions are:
Within the past 3 weeks, have you traveled overseas or visited a state that is currently shutdown due to coronavirus, such as: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, or Louisiana?
Have you had any contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or someone who has been quarantined due to having had contact with a coronavirus patient?
Have you been on a cruise in the past 14 days?
Have you had a fever in the last 72 hours of over 99.4 degrees?
Do you have a cough or have been experiencing shortness of breath, that started less than a month ago?
We will not be able to see patients that have the following conditions:
A fever or shortness of breath or cough (shortness of breath or cough that started less than one month ago) or
Have traveled overseas or visited New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Louisiana or on a cruise within the past 14 days or
Have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 or someone who has been put in quarantine due to having come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
If a person suffers from a chronic cough or shortness of breath that is due to asthma, emphysema, or a chronic condition such as COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), they will be required to wear a mask during their visit.
Protecting Patients And Others
We ask that anyone who has a mask, wear it for the duration of their appointment, regardless of whether or not they are experiencing any symptoms.
Our team and staff is washing their hands consistently throughout the day for the sake of everyone’s safety.
Patients may be asked to move within the lobby or to alternative locations to maintain safe social distancing.
We kindly ask that patients to limit the visitors that accompny them to an appointment. Visitors and family can wait in their vehicles.
Cleaning And Sanitation Policies
In response to COVID-19, we are employing the highest measures of cleanliness and hygiene possible. Here are some of the steps we are taking:
We are cleaning all public areas (including lobby, door handles, restrooms, etc.) frequently throughout the day using medical grade disinfectant.
All patient areas are cleaned immediately after they move from one area to the next.
Our teams are receiving ongoing briefings and enhanced operating protocols.
Antibacterials and hand sanitizers are used frequently throughout the day by each member of our staff.
Our Team Health
We are carefully monitoring the health of our entire team throughout the day. All staff members are wearing masks and following our hand washing procedures. Any one of our team members who is experiencing any symptoms that may be contagious, will be required to leave and stay home until confirming they are well and absolutely no longer contagious.
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