Due to the pandemic corona virus, or COVID-19, and the restrictions that are placed by the government, many do not feel safe to step out of their homes. That should not stop you from being able to see your Doctor. We encourage you to come into the office and keep your appointment. Our staff is taking all of the precautions to keep you safe. Our staff will be wearing masks and gloves. The lobby, exam rooms and remainder of the office are disinfected many times throughout the day. We are here to ensure your safety. Your health is our number one priority.
If you have an upcoming appointment, we encourage you to keep your appointment as we are taking every precaution to maintain a clean and safe environment for all of our employees as well as our patients.
Stay safe and remember to wash your hands often, cough into your elbow, don’t touch your face, stay home if you can and keep a safe distance. Also disinfect frequently touched surfaces are an effective way of making and keeping your home a safe environment.
In the case that you are sick with a fever, cough or difficulty breathing we encourage you to call the office prior to coming. Your doctor is now available for Telemedicine.
If you have any specific questions or concerns, please feel free to call the office or email us at email@example.com.
In order to provide care remotely to our patients, North Shore Cardiac Imaging is now providing telemedicine appointments. During a telemedicine appointment, you and your physician will meet in real-time, one-on-one on your computer or mobile device screen. Medical information such as symptoms and diagnoses, can be shared via this platform to patients who wish to remain in their home during this time. HIPAA compliant video conference software is in place to protect patient information and confidentiality.
North Shore is pleased to provide every possible medium of care to our patients and their families during social distancing, as well as the indefinite future.
Please call our office or click on your physicians name below to set up your telemedicine appointment.