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COVID-19 Information 03/15/2020
Is our hospital open?
•Our hospital will keep its usual business hours unless directed otherwise by local, state, or federal authorities. Also, as usual, Dr. Borovik is available by phone after hours.
How do we control the spread of COVID-19 at our hospital?
We pride ourselves on keeping Falcon Pass AH as clean as possible at all times and taking extra measures now as well.
• The exam rooms are cleaned after each patient with bactericidal and virus-killing solution.
• Our air filtration and disinfection system aids in eliminating viral and bacterial particles from our facility.
• Hand sanitizer is offered to all our employees and clients at all times.
• To help reduce spread of the virus, in addition to increased frequency of cleaning of all surfaces in the hospital, we are asking our employees that experience symptoms of acute respiratory illness to remain home.
How can you minimize the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 at our hospital?
Several steps may be helpful in reducing virus transmission form person to person.
• You may call us from the car when you get here to check in, and we will escort you into the examination room as soon as it is available to help reduce the time you spend in the lobby.
• You are welcome to wash your hands with soap and water and use hand sanitizer when you are here.
• If you are experiencing signs of respiratory infection, or know about your previous exposure to COVID-19 infected person, we kindly ask you to either reschedule your appointment of have a designated healthy person bring your pet in.
Can our pets spread COVID-19?
•At this time there is no evidence that companion animals, including pets, can spread COVID-19.
What are the recommendations for a pet owner infected with COVID-19?
If you are experience symptoms of COVID-19 the following steps should be taken:
• Maintain separation form pets as you would from another person.
• Avoid direct contact with pets, including petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food.
• If interaction is unavoidable, please make sure you wash their hands before and after caring for pets and wear a facemask while interacting with your companion or service animals.
• Please notify your state public health official that you have pets or companion animals in the household by phone: 1-512‐776‐6628 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please reach us with any questions, and stay informed and healthy!