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Our regular office hours are:
Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PM.
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In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, it is imperative we take the necessary steps to prevent the spread of the virus by implementing precautions as advised by the CDC.
Upon your arrival, you will be screened at check-in for the following:
Patients, caregivers, household members and visitors are required to wear face masks at all times while in an office.
Patients, caregivers, household members and visitors will be screened at the clinic entrance for the following:
Fever (>100.4F), dry cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.
Recent travel (<30 days) outside of Florida or from high risk areas which include
Asia, Middle East, Europe, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Miami Florida, Detroit Michigan, New Orleans area, California, Washington State or Cruise ship.
Recent hospitalization within the last 30 days.
Affirmative answer(s) above will require notification of a Supervisor or Doctor.
Patients, caregivers, household members and visitors will be encouraged to sanitize their hands when entering a clinic.
Implementing social distancing by:
According to the CDC, the most common signs or symptoms are fever >100.4F, dry cough, sore throat and shortness of breath.
Please know how to sneeze and cough. Coronavirus can be spread by small water droplets when sneezing or coughing.
Cough or sneeze into your elbow or use a tissue.
If using a tissue, please sanitize your hands immediately after.
a. Florida Retina Institute Doctors will instruct their teams on required PPE and related protocols.
b. Mandatory Use of Masks - All Florida Retina Institute employees working in an office servicing patients are expected to wear a Florida Retina Institute approved face mask at all times in the office.
Masks will be distributed to each employee as supply inventory warrants. At the end of each day, Florida Retina Institute employees will disinfect their mask with an appropriate disinfecting spray such as Lysol and safely store the mask from use until the next business day.
Florida Retina Institute cannot guarantee the replacement of a lost or damaged mask.
If an office cannot supply surgical masks, an employee may furnish a mask as per CDC guidelines: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
c. Eye Protection – Florida Retina Institute employees are encouraged to wear eye protection in the form of prescription glasses or certified safety goggles. Employees who normally wear contact lenses are encouraged to wear their prescription glasses. Safety goggles will be provided to employees as supply inventory warrants.
d. Gloves – at the discretion of the Doctor, Florida Retina Institute employees may wear surgical type gloves. However, gloves are not a substitution for hand washing and/or hand sanitation. Gloves must be kept clean and sanitized either by washing or using an alcoholic based hand sanitizer.
For additional questions about the CDC and Health Dept guidelines, please visit the CDC Coronavirus FAQs at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html and the State of Florida COVID-19 websites.
Updated July 2nd, 2020
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It is always a great experience at the Florida Retina Institute with Dr. Jon.