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COVID-19 | BTB

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The status of COVID-19 changes daily, so we encourage you to visit the CDC’s website for the most up-to-date information.

At BTB we consider the coronavirus to be a very real health threat to our community as well as to all Americans. Like most viruses or the flu, most people who become ill with COVID-19 may develop symptoms which do not require hospitalization, however it is smart to be careful and use preventative measures.

We have included a few links below to help you to remain safe and practice good preventative care. We also have a list of FAQs that we have received at BTB regarding COVID-19 and the safety measures we have put into place for patients who are visiting our facility.

LATEST CDC INFORMATION

How to Protect Yourself
How to Wear a Cloth Face Covering
Who Needs to Take Extra Precautions
Daily Life and Coping
Coronavirus Symptoms
What to Do If You Are Sick
Latest CDC Updates & News

FAQs

Are you open during COVID-19? 
Yes, we are open. We have reduced our weekday hours, we are now open from 8 AM – 5 PM during the week. We are still open Weekends 9 AM – 5 PM.

Virtual Visits
We have added Virtual Visits to our services to offer you the convenience of being seen by our providers from the comfort of your home.

Is BTB a COVID-19 testing center?
We are a COVID-19 testing center and our providers will be happy to evaluate your symptoms and your situation to recommend the next steps. We perform COVID-19 Antibody Testing for those who think they may have already come in contact with the virus as long as the patient does not have any symptoms currently. And we also perform COVID-19 nasal swab testing for those who are experiencing symptoms.

Do my symptoms indicate COVID-19?
The CDC has created an online self-assessment that is a guide to help you make decisions and seek appropriate medical care.

What should I do if I need to visit BTB?
You may book an appointment online. To maintain social distancing, only the patient should attend the appointment when possible. Minors will need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian as usual.

What should I expect when visiting BTB
You will be greeted at the door for screening. With safety in mind, we screen all patients by taking their temperature and asking them a few questions regarding travel, and symptoms. If the symptoms indicate that COVID 19 could be a concern, we then instruct the patient on how to receive additional care.

Are wait times still fairly short?
We have a reputation for having fairly short wait times and that is still the case currently.

Should I be concerned about COVID-19 exposure during my appointment?
If you are a regular patient of BTB then you know that we have a culture of cleanliness at our facility. With the onset of COVID-19 we improved upon that culture with the safety of our patients and staff at the forefront of our minds. We remain committed to ensuring the highest level of care, as is also our culture, and our sanitization procedures are highly effective against COVID-19.

 

Sources:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html