Welcome to Core Dermatology. You’re going to notice some changes in our dermatology and Mohs surgery practice during coronavirus. We’re the same people, but we’re making the changes needed to keep you safe.
At this time, we are only seeing essential, urgent, and high acuity conditions. For non-essential visits, please schedule a Virtual Visit or postpone to a later date. Surgeries that can be delayed may also be postponed to a later date.
We ask that you wear a cloth face covering to your appointment.
You will get a phone call from us confirming your appointment. You will also be asked if you've had any flu-like symptoms or if you've been exposed to anyone with COVID-19. If you answer yes, you will be asked to reschedule.
Core Dermatology normally welcomes companions, but during this time, only patients, parents/guardians of minors, and POAs are allowed on site.
Pens and clipboards are disinfected before we hand it to you, by a front desk receptionist who is sanitizing hands.
You will be asked two questions:
1.Do you have a cough, fever, sore throat, or other flu-like symptoms?
2. Have you had any recent contact with anyone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19?
If you answer yes to either question, we will ask you to reschedule your appointment.
Social distancing is practiced throughout Core Dermatology. You will be roomed as quickly as possible after you check in. Chairs in the waiting room are blocked off to maintain 6 feet of social distance. We are also disinfecting waiting room chairs and surfaces every two hours.
We may greet you differently, but it doesn’t mean we care any less.
Exam rooms are thoroughly disinfected between every patient including chairs, door knobs, light switches, and all counter surfaces.
No more white coats at Core Dermatology. Only clean scrubs every day.We will also be wearing masks and other personal protective equipment for your safety and ours.