With overwhelming concern for our communities, we have decided to close until March 30, 2020.

We strongly feel it is in the best interest of everyone to lead by example in this uncertain time of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a leader and physician in the community, I urge you to follow the current recommendations and do as much as you can for your family and your community by practicing the safest and strictest guidelines for social distancing.

Effective immediately, our office will be closed for 2 weeks (until March 30, 2020).

Fortunately, we ARE able to pay our employees for these 2 weeks. We encourage you to continue to support small businesses in the community (including us) by continuing to financially support them as you are able.

To compensate for being closed we will offer special online promotions and primarily announce them through email, social media and our website.

It is my professional opinion that these measures are necessary to protect us and they are not just political ploys to burden the economy or the election. As a Hospitalist physician, the Baptist Health team and I are on the front lines of the pandemic and I can assure you, it is a real threat to you, your family, your community and your entire country.

Please do not hoard supplies.
Please do not go out for supplies in groups - only one person needs to go.
Do not allow any elderly person to go out for supplies/groceries - have them delivered please!
Wash your hands and clean surfaces with soap and water or a bleach cleaning solution.
Please stay 6 feet away from others at all times.
Please absolutely stay home if you have a fever or cough.
Seek medical advice by phone or telemedicine services.
Please avoid crowds, have church by video conference, FaceTime your family and friends instead of in person visits.
Postpone all social gatherings (birthdays, parties, funerals, weddings, etc)
Clean your house, organize your closets, do online shopping, education or virtual tours.
Do a facial or chemical peel at home.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your sacrifice now may save countless lives.

Dr. Stephen

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