Slide For States with Shelter in Place or Stay at Home Orders In light of recent guidance from state officials regarding COVID-19, we wanted to reassure you that we are here to serve you and your pets. Our hospital remains open at this time. To support the health and safety of you, your pets, and our team members, we have implemented strict intake procedures – see below - and updated our health and safety guidelines in direct response to the emergence and evolution of the Coronavirus (COVID-19): - NO LOBBY WAITING AREA: We are limiting the number of persons in our lobby to reduce human-to-human contact We are aligned with the American Veterinary Medical Association that published a statement on March 17 regarding veterinary hospitals as “essential service” and want to ensure you are supported in this unprecedented time. We continue tracking and diligently following guidance set forth by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). - CALL AHEAD: If you have a scheduled appointment or a pet emergency, please call us in advance to discuss options and intake procedures - SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19: If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call to reschedule or identify a healthy surrogate to bring your pet to our practice in your place - ONE CLIENT PER HOUSEHOLD: We ask that only one person accompany the pet(s) with an appointment to reduce human-to-human contact Caring for you, your pets, and our team members is the cornerstone of our culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets. Slide At Eye Care for Animals we are doing our best, company-wide, to keep our team, clients and patients safe & healthy.
We thank you in advance for your help and concern. Precautions to take...
• If you are sick please reschedule your pet's appointment. • Keep your hands washed & cover your mouth with a tissue or your upper arm sleeve at inner elbow if coughing/sneezing. • Feel free to wait in your car until an exam room is ready. Just let us know. If your practice has implemented SAFExam Curbside Drop-off, please follow those instructions. • Practice social distancing; no hand shaking or standing in close proximity. We are taking extra precautions when wiping down and sanitizing all community surfaces. Thank you for helping. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the office your pet visits.

Slide For States with Shelter in Place or Stay at Home Orders In light of recent guidance from state officials regarding COVID-19, we wanted to reassure you that we are here to serve you and your pets. Our hospital remains open at this time. To support the health and safety of you, your pets, and our team members, we have implemented strict intake procedures – see below - and updated our health and safety guidelines in direct response to the emergence and evolution of the Coronavirus (COVID-19): - NO LOBBY WAITING AREA: We are limiting the number of persons in our lobby to reduce human-to-human contact We are aligned with the American Veterinary Medical Association that published a statement on March 17 regarding veterinary hospitals as “essential service” and want to ensure you are supported in this unprecedented time. We continue tracking and diligently following guidance set forth by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). - CALL AHEAD: If you have a scheduled appointment or a pet emergency, please call us in advance to discuss options and intake procedures - SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19: If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call to reschedule or identify a healthy surrogate to bring your pet to our practice in your place - ONE CLIENT PER HOUSEHOLD: We ask that only one person accompany the pet(s) with an appointment to reduce human-to-human contact Caring for you, your pets, and our team members is the cornerstone of our culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets. Slide At Eye Care for Animals we are doing our best, company-wide, to keep our team, clients and patients safe & healthy.
We thank you in advance for your help and concern. Precautions to take...
• If you are sick please reschedule your pet's appointment. • Keep your hands washed & cover your mouth with a tissue or your upper arm sleeve at inner elbow if coughing/sneezing. • Feel free to wait in your car until an exam room is ready. Just let us know. If your practice has implemented SAFExam Curbside Drop-off, please follow those instructions. • Practice social distancing; no hand shaking or standing in close proximity. We are taking extra precautions when wiping down and sanitizing all community surfaces. Thank you for helping. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the office your pet visits.

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