Covid-19, Update #6: We welcome Governor Abbott’s recent executive order on the phased reopening for Texas.
A message from Dr. Lieberman and Dr. Parekh:
Let’s always begin with some good news to share. The worst of the spring allergy season is mostly behind us. Grass pollen season can still be a problem so it is best to continue allergy medications a bit longer.
With the phased reopening of the state, rest assured we will continue with the current safety measures we already have in place:
– For the safety of our staff and fellow patients, all patients must have a face mask or face covering when entering the clinic, either for an office visit or allergy injection.
– Foreheads temps will be taken for all those who enter the clinic.
– Dr. Lieberman and Dr. Parekh will continue to alternate office days through the end of May. This will allow us to keep the volume of patients in our clinic to a minimum and practice safe social distancing. For those on allergy injections, we will continue to have extra exam rooms available for safe, private waiting after injections.
– We will continue to offer, and encourage, telemedicine visits. Telemedicine has been very effective to connect with our patients, provide refills and provide follow up appointments for our injection patients. This has also aided greatly to keep office volume to a minimum.
– Our office hours will remain Monday thru Friday, 8-5
Thanks to everyone’s efforts, we are able to continue to administer allergy shots in a safe manner. As always, please do not come to our clinic if you have a cough or fever, and please leave family members who are not patients at home.
We are here to help, please feel free to give us a call if we can help with any advice or guidance during these trying times.
Stay safe, stay healthy and stay on your asthma meds!