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Governor Scott announced Monday that the spread of COVID-19 has slowed and that elective medical procedures can resume. That means that we will be able to resume the treatment of all conditions and patients once again. We want to make sure that you feel safe and comfortable resuming treatment or seeking care for new concerns. We have implemented the following policies in accordance with the CDC and Vermont Department of Health.
1)All employees, patients and companions will be required to wear face masks. Please bring your own.
2)We ask that all employees and patients that have a fever, cough or shortness of breath to not come to the office.
3)We are sanitizing our treatment rooms before and after each patient.
4)Our waiting area chairs are spaced 6 feet apart and we will sanitize the area once per hour. There will be additional sanitizer available for anyone who wishes to sanitize the area themselves.
5)We have hand sanitizer available for all patients and employees to use when needed.
6)We have clearly displayed signage emphasizing social restrictions on distancing, coughing etiquette, wearing masks and hand hygiene in all common areas and treatment rooms.
Once again, we understand your fear of being safe while being able to resume important medical care and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
We look forward to welcoming you back!
“As a practicing OBGYN physician at Maitri Health Care for Women, I have been lucky enough to work with the exceptional team at Hemmett Health since 2008. They have taught me a lot about palpating and evaluating for musculoskeletal causes of pain. I routinely refer pregnant women and women with pelvic floor complaints. I feel quite lucky professionally to have such skilled and gifted clinicians across the hall from me.” -Jennie Lowell, MD