Protective Face Mask Required... Here at Harris Chiropractic Wellness Centre (HCWC), Burton MI, 48529, we continue to go the extra mile to keep our staff, patients, friends and customers safe...
EVERYDAY PRECAUTIONS - CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
Here are some of the Precautionary Standards and Measures we utilized in this facility on a Daily Bases:
1. Protective cough shield at Front Desk Sign-in area,
2. The Doctor and Staff wear face Masks and if needed through a-way gloves,
3. Anti Viral / Anti Bacterial Hand sanitizer at Front Desk Sign-in area and in Treatment Area,
4. Individually wrapped alcohol wipes at Front Desk Sign-in area,
5. Anti Viral Tissues at Front Sign-in area,
6. Patient / Visitor CDC Compliance Declaration Form at Sign-in area,
7. Clean, Comfortable and Spacious Waiting areas.
8. To help prevent cross contamination, we have removed all magazines, books and other reading materials from our Waiting areas,
9. We ask that you not bring any food, beverages or children's toys into the office,
10. We offer an easy flow of patients in and out of the office --
11. With no Crowding or Double Booking of Patients,
12. We have set aside special appointment times for children, family appointments and our patients 55 and over,
13. At the present time, we are not accepting Walk-in Patients without a prior appointment.
14. Treatment Tables are sanitized after each treatment session.
15. Protective Face Paper is placed on treatment tables before each treatment session,
16. Touch-less waste container in Treatment Area.
17. Hand sanitizer dispenser in Treatment Area.
18. Touch-less/automatic light switch in the Rest Room (coming soon),
19. Hand sanitizer dispenser in Rest Room,
20. Touch-less waste container in Rest Room,
21. As always, we are committed to maintaining a healthy office and clinical environment --
22. And we will always listen to, and strive to quickly act on your concerns and suggestions.
Our Chiropractic Centre has always had a well known reputation of being one of the cleanest doctors’ offices in the area.... Like all chiropractic and medical facilities across the country, we find ourselves faced with establishing and maintaining new family, social, work place and environmental norms. With this in mind; and as always, we will continue to strive to always maintain a clean, sanitized, healthy, comfortable, spacious, and friendly office and clinical environment at all times.
Lonie C. Harris D.C.
Here are some of the Precautionary Standards and Measures You can practice on a Daily Bases:
Although there is still no vaccine available to prevent infection with the new coronavirus, you can take steps to reduce your risk of infection. WHO and CDC recommend following these precautions for avoiding COVID-19:
1. Avoid contact with people who have the virus.
2. Avoid being anywhere near someone who is coughing or sneezing.
3. Don’t touch your eyes, mouth of nose if your hands if your hands aren’t clean. 4. Cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow joint or a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw away the used tissue
4. Get into a daily routine of cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces and objects in your home, work place, and car -- including door handles, counters tops, tables, light switches, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks, the steering wheel and other surfaces in your car, your keys, remote controls and phones.
5. Wear a face mask when leaving your home.
6. Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes, when outside of your “clean” home, etc.
7. Maintain a least 6 feet of distance from others when outside of your home.
8. Avoid hugging and handshaking with people who don’t live with you.
9. Try to avoid touching high-touch surfaces in public places -- door handles, handrails, gas pump handles, AMT machines, light switches, desks tops, toilets handles, faucets, sinks when out of your home. (See lines 11 and 12)
10. When out of your home, avoid long conversations with people you don’t personal know or haven’t seen for a long time.
11. When out of your home, use through-a-way gloves, a plastic bag, tissue paper, or a paper towel to cover your hand or fingers if you must touch any surfaces.
12. Clean your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing, or having been in a public place.
13. No soap and water? Use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean your hands.
14. Avoid crowds, especially in poorly ventilated spaces. Your risk of exposure to respiratory viruses like COVID-19 may increase in crowded, closed-in settings with little air circulation if there are people in the crowd who are sick.
15. Avoid all non-essential travel including bus trips, taxies, Uber, plane trips, and especially avoid embarking on a cruise ship at the present time.