Dear (Patient):

The health and safety of our clients is paramount. In the interest protecting your health and safety, we have developed the following response plan to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please read the following carefully and do not hesitate to contact our office should you have any questions or concerns. In addition to increased sanitation services provided by the building, we will be disinfecting all “high touch” areas in our offices, e.g. doorknobs, desktops, chairs, testing materials several times daily.

 

In order to ensure we can deliver the best quality service while protecting the health of our clients and the community, we may need to discuss a plan for rescheduling your appointment or arranging for a telehealth visit. As such, we are asking that you please contact us at your earliest convenience by phone at (215) 988-9911 or via email at diversifiedpsych@gmail.com if:

 

  • You have / have had a fever (100.4° F [37.8° C] or greater using an oral thermometer or any signs of a fever in the past 48 hours.

  • You have had a persistent cough in the past 48 hours.

  • You have had shortness of breath in the past 48 hours.

  • You have been caring for or have been in recent contact (within the past five days) with individuals showing any of the above symptoms.

  • You have an underlying medical condition which has the potential to weaken your immunity.

  • You are over the age of 60.

 

We will make decisions about scheduled appointments on a case by case basis. Please understand we will likely receive many calls and emails and we appreciate your patience.

 

If you are experiencing symptoms we recommend you follow the CDC's guidelines for self-containment and call your doctor. The following resources may also be helpful:

 

Resources for more information:

 

Thank you and again, please feel free to contact us with any additional questions or concerns.

 

Robert L. Rider, Ph.D.                            Thomas Swirsky-Sacchetti,Ph.D.

Clinical Neuropsychologist                      Diplomate in Clinical Neuropsychology

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