In light of the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we want to assure you that All Care for Women is taking every precaution possible to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy. We understand that this is a very scary and difficult time, but there is nothing that we take more seriously than your health and wellbeing. In order to limit the spread of the COVID-19 we are taking the following actions: 

We will continue to practice meticulous hygiene. This includes sanitizing our hands, before and after each patient. 

Physical contact will be limited and used only when necessary for treatments and examinations.  

Exam rooms, Ultrasound rooms, and surgical rooms will be cleaned and disinfected after each visit. Additionally, we will continue to clean and disinfect all patient common areas throughout the day.  

If you have a fever, cough, upper respiratory symptoms, or if you have come into contact with anyone who is experiencing these symptoms, please contact your primary health care provider immediately.  

If you are not feeling well, display any of the above symptoms, traveled within the past 2 weeks, or have come into contact with anyone who has tested positive, we are kindly asking you to reschedule your appointment. We are waiving all fees for same day cancellations until further notice. 

Unfortunately, due to the circumstances we are no longer allowing anyone to accompany you to your appointment unless you are a minor. 

Upon arrival for your appointment, we ask that you do not come into the office, but rather stay in your car and call us @ 716-634-9303 to let us know you have arrived.  We will then call you back when we are ready for you to enter the building. 

We are checking temperatures at the door to assure the safety of you and our staff. If your temperature is above 99.5 we are kindly asking you to reschedule your appointment.

All of our staff will be wearing appropriate masks whenever in contact with patients.

We are starting to offer Telemedicine visits for non-urgent appointments. If you are concerned about coming into the office but want to keep your appointment, you may call our office and see if a Telemedicine visit is appropriate. 

Thank you for your understanding. As the information and updates are constantly changing, we promise to keep you up to date if these protocols do change. If you have any questions or need to reschedule your appointment, please call us. 
Taylore Passero PA-C

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