KEEPING YOU SAFE
Helping you navigate COVID 19
We're here for you in-person and virtually.
Patient and staff safety is our first priority.
We understand and deeply respect that you may be concerned about COVID-19 infection in public places, even at our office. We want to assure you that our staff have further heightened our already extremely rigid sterilization standards in the office to reduce the risk of transmission to our outstanding team and to you, our valued patient.
How We're Staying Safe
All of our employees practice frequent hand-washing. We also ask that patients wash their hands and wear a mask. The safety of our patients and staff is our priority at this time.
We are thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting all high-traffic areas multiple times a day to ensure cleanliness during each and every visit.
We're Smiling Under Our Masks
Masks must be worn at all times in all New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center offices. If you choose not to wear a mask, you will not be allowed to enter the facility and we will be unable to treat you.
We're Here For You In-Person
We'll Send You a Text
Should you to visit one of our offices, you have the option to wait outside or in your car and we will notify you via text message when your exam room has been thoroughly cleaned and is ready for your visit.
Check for Symptoms
Have you had a recent fever of 100 degrees F, a dry cough, or breathing problems? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact our office regarding your upcoming visit.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been around someone who may have been in contact with COVID-19, please call to discuss an upcoming appointment and/or surgery at 603.883.0091
Visit Us Virtually
We understand and deeply respect that you may be concerned about COVID-19 in public places, even at our office. That's why we're offering virtual visits through Facetime and GoToMeeting.
Contact Us First
Please do your part to avoid urgent care centers and hospital emergency departments for orthopaedic care so that any patients with COVID-19 symptoms can be treated.
We're Here for You Virtually
See a care provider without leaving your
home with our virtual care services.
Use your iPhone to FaceTime your doctor directly.
Meet with your doctor using your computer to video chat.