Ensuring Your Safety When You Visit the Babs Siperstein PROUD Center

Woman wearing mask for COVID-19 safetyYour safety is our number one priority. We have taken the following precautions to ensure your safety during your in-person visit:

  • One patient at a time — Appointments are scheduled so that only one patient is in the center at any time.
  • Screening — Please plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. When you arrive for your appointment, you will be asked to call the office from your car. We will ask you a few questions as part of our COVID-19 screening and will confirm your registration information.
  • Wait in your car —We will ask you to wait in your car until we call you to come inside for your appointment.
  • Masking — When entering the building, your temperature will be taken and you will be given a surgical mask to wear. All of our staff also wear masks at all times.
  • Disinfection — You will be taken directly to an exam room where you will use an electronic tablet to finalize your registration and make payment. For your safety, the tablet is disinfected after each use. Cash payments can be made after your visit is complete.
  • Partitions — After your appointment, you will be brought to the waiting area where you will speak to the receptionist behind the glass partition to schedule your next appointment.
  • Cleaning — Continual cleaning is conducted in the exam rooms and all public areas, including exam tables, chairs, countertops and door handles, to help keep everyone healthy and safe.

Telehealth services are also available for new and existing patients.

For more information, call us at 1-855-776-8334.

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  • "At PROUD, the staff members look at you as a person. I recommend it to everyone I know."

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