The safety and wellness of our patients, providers, and staff, is a top priority here at Camelback Women’s Health. We are doing everything possible to keep our offices a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
Until further notice:
- All patients are required to wear masks while in Camelback Women’s Health offices. Face masks must fully cover nose and mouth. If you have a medical condition which prevents you from wearing a mask, please postpone your visit until office restrictions are lifted.
- Starting May 1st, prenatal patients may bring 1 (one) guest/family member to their prenatal appointments. At the current time, we are allowing 1 (one) guest/family member to attend Level II ultrasound appointments only.
- We are allowing FaceTime/Skype during prenatal visits and/or ultrasound appointments, however, video recording of these appointments is strictly prohibited.
- We will be checking temperatures on all patients
- Our staff is sanitizing exam rooms, waiting areas, and ancillary areas on a routine basis
- We are conducting TeleMed visits for services which do not require a physical examination
- Staff members are required to wear masks throughout the day and will not be allowed to come to work if they report having a fever, cough, or shortness of breath
- Due to the increased number of phone calls, we encourage you to utilize your Patient Portal for communication with our office – including requesting appointments, leaving messages, and obtaining test results.
We recommend you continue to monitor and comply with the recommendations of the CDC, World Health Organization, Arizona Department of Health and Maricopa County Department of Public Health during this elevated and continuing health threat, by taking the following precautions to protect yourself and others:
Get vaccinated against Covid*19
Cough/sneeze into your elbow or tissue
Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds
Avoid touching your face
Sanitize your work spaces and frequently used fixtures routinely: phones, keyboards, door handles, tables, desktops, faucets, toilet handles, etc.
Practice social distancing
Wear masks when within 6 feet of others
Avoid large social gatherings whenever possible
If you, or a family member, exhibit any of the symptoms listed below, it is recommended that you STAY AT HOME to avoid exposing vulnerable members of our community; this includes postponing or rescheduling any routine or non-urgent medical appointments.
***If you are pregnant, post-partum, or recovering from surgery, however, please CALL US RIGHT AWAY***
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Chills or body aches
If you are experiencing these symptoms and not pregnant, nursing, post-partum or recovering from surgery, please contact your primary care provider or visit the emergency room in extreme cases.
Thank you for your patience, cooperation, and understanding!
Stay well! Stay safe! Stay kind! We’re all in this together…