Coronavirus update and how it affects your care at Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado

Important Information Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado.

As we enter a time when everyone is on alert about the Coronavirus, we thought it would be a good time to reach out to our current and future patients to ensure them that we are taking the necessary steps for their safety as well as the safety of our staff. This is Always our Number One Priority.

We will continue to follow strict guidelines on how we clean and disinfect our practices to ensure it is safe for our patients and staff. We will also begin taking added steps to ensure all common areas are disinfected more often throughout the day.

We are asking all patients if they are having any cold or flu symptoms or have traveled abroad recently to reschedule their appointments to ensure no patients or staff members are exposed to any illnesses. We also began screening patients when they have checked-in to ensure everyone is following our new guidelines.

We thank all of you for being our patients and we are committed to providing a great customer experience that is also safe for everyone. We will continue to provide the best quality of care.

Thank you,
Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado

Author
Dr. Matthew Hinderland Board Certified Podiatrist and Foot and Ankle Surgeon

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