Masking Now Optional
As of May 1, 2023 masks are now optional for most patients and staff at NorthLakes. Exceptions include:
- Patients and staff will be asked to wear a mask if they have any symptoms such as runny nose, congestion, fever, cough, or sore throat.
- If a patient has any COVID-19 symptoms, staff and patients will wear a mask when in direct patient care areas such as exam rooms, therapy space, and dental operatories.
- Patients have the right to ask staff to wear masks when receiving care within the clinic.
Our goal is to ensure everyone feels safe within our walls, while also following the most up to date recommendations and guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control. We will continue to monitor COVID-19 on a regular basis and make changes to our masking requirements as needed.
COVID-19 Patient Update
We want you to know that since COVID-19 started, safety has been and continues to be our number one priority. We continue to use the Centers for Disease guidelines for how we manage COVID-19 with our patients and staff. As a result, you will not notice any major safety changes, regardless of vaccination rates.
Upon your arrival, please know that we may take your temperature, ask a series of screening questions and request that you wear a mask while inside our clinics.
NorthLakes is also administering COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. We carry Moderna. If you are interested in receiving the vaccine or booster, please give us a call.
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