Abiding by Florida Governor DeSantis Stay at Home Order
At Florida OrthoCare, we recognize that the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a top priority across the county and with our patients. We want to assure you that the health and safety of our patients, healthcare providers and staff are our top priority. We are closely monitoring the situation and like many others, are following the advice of the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health Services (DHS) to determine any adjustments that we may need to be taking regarding how we serve our patients.
During the COVID-19 Florida OrthoCare will now offer Telemedicine/Telehealth. You must have an email on file with us, please call the office at 561-588-9912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time, our offices will remain open to serve patients with limited hours. Patients have the option to schedule a Telehealth virtual appointment with one of our orthopaedic surgeons. Click here to learn more about the benefits of a Telehealth Virtual Appointment.
Rest assured; we are taking extra infection control precautions. As an added measure, all exam rooms, and high-touch surfaces are being disinfected continuously. We have also reiterated the importance of effective hand hygiene with all our health care providers and staff. Further, we have instructed our staff to stay home if they are experiencing any illness.
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