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COVID-19 Announcement & Policies

Updated: 10/11/2021

How We’re Responding to Covid-19

We continue to advise our employees on best practices for maintaining good health.  We are following State and County guidelines that require all of our healthcare employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

At California Skin Institute, we follow CDC guidelines to protect our team and our patients against COVID-19.  We are required by law to ensure all staff and patients are wearing masks while in our offices.

  clipart of textIf you are currently feeling ill or are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, please reschedule your appointment. In addition, if you have recently been in close contact with a person who has or is suspected to have Covid-19, or you are waiting for your Covid-19 results, please reschedule your appointment.

Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and be sure to avoid touching your face with unwashed hands. 

Cover your nose and/or mouth when you sneeze or cough, and be sure to cough into your elbow or a tissue.

Here’s what we’re doing in our offices:

The health and safety of our patients and employees have been CSI’s top priority throughout the pandemic, and we have closely and consistently followed the county, state, and CDC’s recommendations over time. 

Face coverings in our medical offices for both patients and staff are required.

hand sanitizer iconProviding hand sanitizer for our guests

Providing team members and patients with face masks

Plexiglass shields at the Reception desks

 

 

At California Skin Institute (CSI),  Our highest priority is to continue providing excellent dermatology care in a safe environment for our patients and staff.  We play a critical role in providing our patients throughout California with excellent services as they manage the impact of the coronavirus all with health and safety as our top priority.  We will continue to do all we can to help navigate these uncertain times.


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