Our Patient Promise - COVID-19 Preventative Measures

To our valued patients,

In light of these unprecedented times, our office wants to inform you that we are taking this current situation very seriously.

Because we are an integral part of the healthcare system in our community, we are here to serve you and provide proactive care for our patients.

We are constantly taking measures, above and beyond, to disinfect all equipment after every use, our entire office, high touch surfaces, and furniture multiple times per day. All staff are required to stay at home if they have a fever or any symptom of illness.

All staff routinely sterilize their hands, do not touch their faces, and refrain from close contact with patients and other staff. All providers continue to sterilize their hands between every patient.

The best way that we know to help you through this health threat is by supporting your body. Physical activity has been shown to increase your endorphin levels which increases your body’s response to disease and immunity. This includes exercise, chiropractic, physical therapy, and massage.

According to the current information available, 95% of those affected by this virus will have mild symptoms and fully recover. 

If you are considered more “at risk” because of age or other condition, we will accommodate your needs and treat you in a private room to ensure that you have minimal contact with other patients and staff.

Please continue to be safe by wearing a mask, wash your hands frequently and stay six feet apart. In addition, make sure you get at least 7 hours of sleep, continue to exercise and eat right.

Please join our Facebook group to stay up to date on our recommendations, tips and ideas for staying safe and healthy.

We look forward to serving our community during these trying times.

Please feel free to contact our office with any questions.

Your healthcare team at Quince Orchard Medical Center

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