Ocala Family Medical Center's
COVID-19 Office Protocols
(If possible, please print, complete and bring with you to your in-office appointment.)
SEE BELOW FOR CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS:
In an effort to ensure the health and safety of our patients, we are taking the following precautions:
SCREENING ALL EMPLOYEES
All OFMC Employees are being temperature checked upon arrival every day. If an employee is exhibiting any symptom(s) of the Coronavirus, they will not be permitted into the building.
OFFICE CLEANING PROTOCOLS
All areas are being wiped down and sanitized continuously throughout the day, chairs in all areas have been spaced out according to the recommended guidelines and we have instituted more robust infectious disease protocols in all patient areas.
Upon arriving at the office, all patients will be screened outside the office and have their temperature checked.
MANDATORY MASKING POLICY
To maintain the highest level of safety for our patients and staff we are requiring all patients to wear a mask while in any of our offices. Masks must be worn properly for the entire duration of your time in our facility. Neck Gaiters are not sufficient masks.
If you have been tested for COVID-19 and are coming into the office for an appointment, please bring your test results with you.
We need to have the results prior to you being seen by your Provider.
We appreciate you trusting OFMC with your healthcare and thank you in advance for your cooperation with this matter.
WE PERFORM THE PCR (SWAB) TESTING AT OUR FACILITY. IF YOU ARE HAVING COVID-19 SYMPTOMS AND WOULD LIKE A PCR TEST, PLESE CALL INTO THE OFFICE SO WE CAN SCHEDULE A VIRTUAL OR TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENT FOR YOU.
COVID-19 SYMPTOMS (Direct from the CDC):
Headache, Dry Cough, Shortness of Breath, Muscle/Body Aches, Fever/Chills, Fatigue, Sore Throat,
New Loss of Taste/Smell, Congestion, Runny Nose, Nausea, Diarrhea
OFMC has the appropriate safety apparel to safely provide care to our patients for standard medically related visits and concerns. In addition, we have instituted more robust infectious disease protocols in all patient areas.