We are all well aware that the covid pandemic continues to influence every level of how we function as communities. Even though these changes cause stress and uncertainty, there are ways we can use this challenge to support each other, strengthen our relationships, and create a safer world.
Third Stone Health will continue to offer video visits, and insurance is continuing to cover them. We are using a super easy HIPAA-compliant platform, just 1 click and you’re connected! No Zoom, no downloading, no account set-ups… and no masks!
We are also offering a limited number of in-office visits for issues that require in-person procedures. Masks are required in the office, and numbers will be limited to ensure time and space is available for proper cleaning of the office and equipment.
Please note that the physical office hours have changed due to evolving school schedules. Please call the office before “popping in” because we are responding to changes that can happen with almost no notice, but regardless we will make sure everyone gets what they need in a timely manner. Currently the physical office is open 3:30pm-5:30pm weekdays except Thursday, but phone hours will continue to be 9:00am-5:30pm. And we will continue to be open til 7pm on Tuesdays. As always you can call at any hour, voice mails will be responded to during phone hours.
Navigating the pandemic world requires thoughtful action, which is the best solution for Covid-anxiety!
Guidelines for everyone to keep themselves and others safe:
- Keep your physical distance, but be social!
- Wear a mask when not at home.
- Wash your hands. Often.
- Stay home if you have any symptoms.
If you would like a more personalized plan that analyzes individual risk factors and your unique family situation, please schedule an appointment. Dr. Procyk and Dr. Clark have always been the experts at helping people truly optimize their health and reduce risk of negative health events. Lots of companies are pouncing on the chance to sell you products, but the most effective tool we have to fight the pandemic is our brains.
Dr. Anne Procyk