At The Few Institute, we are doing our part and taking every necessary precaution to protect our team and community.
We are keeping a close watch on any and all communications and executive orders issued by state and local government agencies.
We will continue to offer telemedicine consultations, then move forward with scheduling treatment plans appropriately.
To keep our team, patients and community safe, we are screening all patients and visitors prior to allowing them into the practice. If you are scheduled for an appointment, you will receive a request to complete a COVID-19 symptom screening prior to your appointment, as well as a phone call closer to time of your appointment. Please complete the requested consents before your appointment.
If there is any concern or question about whether a patient, visitor or employee has been exposed to COVID-19 and could be a carrier of the virus, we kindly ask you to please stay home.
We ask you to attend your appointment alone unless you are one of the following:
The Few Institute is following the CDC’s recommendations and guidelines for preventing the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19 (en español). We are wiping down all door handles, light switches, restrooms, chairs, beds, tables and common areas throughout the day. We are encouraging everyone to wash their hands well, use hand sanitizer and follow best practices to protect the health and well-being of themselves, their families and our community at large. We will continue to be as proactive as possible to provide a beautiful, hygienic atmosphere.
If any member of our patient care team needs to come within 6 feet of a patient or visitor, we will wear a mask and gloves to help prevent the spread of germs. All patients, staff and visitors are required to wear a mask in common areas. Please bring a mask with you to your appointment. We cannot provide masks for patients and visitors. Additionally, our staff is practicing safe social distancing.
We are constantly monitoring the latest information including recommendations from the CDC, World Health Organization and the Metro Health Department and doing our part to stop the spread of this virus.
As we continue to navigate this unprecedented time together, we will immediately communicate any further changes to our plans. We can’t thank you enough for your patience and understanding. Your support and loyalty mean so much.
Sending our thoughts and well wishes to you and your loved ones.