Public Health Update
Our office remains open to in-person visits and masks are required in compliance with the city ordinance. Our goal is to maintain personal connections and offer meaningful support while still protecting the safety of everyone involved. Please read and follow the guidelines listed below as you plan for your next visit.
We will also be glad to continue providing telehealth appointments for those vulnerable to illness or concerned for their safety. Please contact our office if you have questions about this or if we can help in any other way.
RCC Safe Contact Guidelines
Please call to schedule a telehealth appointment and do not enter the office if you answer yes to any of the following criteria:
been in contact with anyone testing positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days
traveled to an area suffering widespread infection in the past 14 days
currently presenting symptoms of cough, fever, sneezing, aches and pains, nausea, or loss of taste or smell.
Our waiting room is closed, please wait outside the building until you are called to enter for your appointment.
Masks are required upon entry of the front porch or office.
Please bring your own drinks as our beverage service has been suspended until further notice.
Please make every effort to preserve at least a 6 foot gap between you and your therapist or office staff.
Pay through the portal or by credit card on file whenever possible to avoid handling cash or checks.
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