I am seeing patients in my office for consultations on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays.
My staff and I are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, to protect you and all of us.
We continue with all protective measures, including mask use.
Follow-up visits are being conducted either in-person or via telemedicine (video), as appropriate.
Information for Patients, Prior To Your Appointment
Please review this updated information, especially in light of the different symptoms associated with the Delta variant of Covid-19.
- If you are a new patient, and you have received vaccination(s) for Covid-19, please email us with the type and exact date(s) of your shots.
- If you are a returning patient, please email us with any updated information on your vaccination status, including booster shots.
When you are in our office you will be required to wear a cloth or paper face mask that covers your mouth and nose at all times, even if you are vaccinated. Masks with an exhalation valve are not acceptable, as they do not protect others from Covid-19. We will provide you with a paper mask, if you so request.
We are still screening all patients for Covid-19, even if you have been vaccinated, as "breakthrough" cases are a concern.
Prior to your visit to our office, please answer these 4 questions:
- Do you have a fever? If you are not sure, take your temperature with a thermometer before you leave for your appointment. You have a fever if your temperature is higher than 99.5 F.
- Do you have any of these symptoms of the Delta variant: headache, runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, persistent cough?
- Do you have any of these symptoms of classic Covid-19: shortness of breath, fever, chills, shaking chills, muscle pain, new onset of loss of taste or smell?
- In the last 10 days, has anyone in your household (or any person who you have been in close contact with) tested positive for Covid-19, or developed symptoms of Covid-19?
If the answer to ANY question is “yes” then you should not come in for your appointment.
In such case, please contact us.
NY State Regulations For Travelers
As of June 25, 2021, the New York State Travel Advisory is no longer in effect.
Covid-19 Public Service Announcements
If you get ill and need to quarantine:
- If you have been diagnosed with Covid-19 or were in contact with someone who tested positive, and if you do not have a safe place to self-isolate, you may qualify to quarantine in a NYC hotel (free of charge for up to 14 days).
- Click here to read the flyer ( PDF) or visit the NYC.gov website.
- New York State has opened up Covid-19 vaccinations to all persons over 12 years of age. See the NYC.gov vaccine page for eligibility details.
- TurboVax will check availability at over 400 city and state-run vaccine sites in the NYC area (NYS operated sites, NYC Dept of Health sites, NYC Health + Hospital sites).
- Vaccines are also available at many pharmacies, including: Walgreens/Duane Reade, Rite Aid, and CVS.
- If you are struggling to secure a vaccine appointment, the volunteers at Brydge Health may be able to help you.