We adhere to strict OSHA and CDC Guidelines to deliver patient care. We care for the safety and well-being of our Patients and our Team.
Our commitment to our patients is second to none. We are confident that these additional guidelines will help create a safe environment for our patients and team members. We hope that you can feel secure in the knowledge that we are doing everything in our power to provide the safest clinical conditions in order to protect our patients, our team, and our families.
We have always followed hospital grade Disinfection, Sterilization and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). However, because of the recent pandemic of COVID19 we have put additional protocols to provide safety for our team and patients.
Our COVID19 Protocol consists of Six Different Aspects
In addition to OSHA guidelines for cleaning of operatory/lab/sterilization areas and the standard janitorial cleaning protocols, the Practice has implemented an enhanced cleaning frequency to clean and disinfect common areas and commonly touched surfaces. Touch points such as doorknobs, light switches, tables/chairs/countertops, pens, front office equipment, cabinet drawer handles, back office commonly used tools/equipment, and restroom doorknobs/handles are being cleaned 4-5 times daily.
Block scheduling means that each patient is assigned ample amount of time for their treatment. This is to allow for the preparation of the room before the treatment and break down and thorough disinfection of the room and instruments after the treatment.
If you have any questions or concerns, Dr. Rapal has made herself available directlyvia phone call 408-864-7010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org