top of page
  • mliuneuroversion

UPDATE! What to Expect Upon Arrival to Your Appointment

You will now complete COVID-19 screening at the same time of check-in whether you are here for your first visit, follow-up visit, or procedure. You will still be required to wear a mask upon entry and be expected to keep the mask on throughout the entirety of your visit unless directed otherwise by a Neuroversion employee.

Our front office staff will continue to take a no-touch temperature read and review our updated updated screening questionnaire with you:

COVID-19 Screening Form - v5
Download PDF • 97KB

You may have one guest with you during your new patient or follow-up appointment. They will be required to sign-in on our Visitors Log at the front desk.

Rides for procedure appointments will be required to wait outside our clinic; in the hall, vehicle, first floor lobby, or may leave and come back when you have met discharge criteria. This is to ensure that we have minimal persons in our waiting room to allow our patients to social distance appropriately. Per usual, a phone number must be provided and your ride must physically come to the clinic at the time of discharge to pick you up.

If you choose to opt out of any of the above, your appointment will be canceled - per federal EEOC regulations, workers have the right to feel safe in their place of work. The ADA allows access restrictions when an individual would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others. In March 2020, the EEOC declared that the COVID-19 pandemic meets the “direct threat” standard. The accommodations we can provide at this time are telehealth (if appropriate) or referral. For additional information regarding COVID-19, click here. We are dedicated to the safety and well-being of all of our patients. We are making every effort to stay at the forefront of the emerging knowledge regarding the pandemic and our clinic policies are designed with this in mind. We appreciate your understanding and compliance at this time. We look forward to seeing you at your next appointment! Sincerely, Neuroversion Staff

68 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page