SCPCC & COVID-19
Information & Updates
How to Protect Yourself:
Wash Your Hands
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects. Viruses can survive for days on surfaces.
Avoid contact with sick people. Keep at least 6 feet between you and others.
Stay home when you are sick. Rest, recover, and avoid others when you are sick.
What are the Symptoms?
What Our Offices Are Doing:
Our offices continue to see patients while following CDC guideline.
All patients are screened before entering the building including checking their temperature.
Patients are required to wear masks.
Staff thoroughly cleans the office in between patients.
We now offer Tele-Visits appointments through your phone, tablet, or desktop from the comfort of your home.
Click Here for more information on Tele-Visits.
Should You Take Your Child to His/Her Pediatric Appointment?
Parents, please don't delay vaccinations, well-child checks, or sports physicals.
Our pediatric offices are open and prepared to keep you and your child safe. We are cleaning extensively. We are also scheduling appointments to accomodate the unique circumstances.
To help curb outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases, it's important to stay on schedule with shots for kids of any age, from babies to teens.
Annual checks ups are important even for healthy kids. They allow pediatricians to monitor the growth, development, and mental and physical health of their patients.
Stay Up to Date
When schools and sports resume, your children will need to be up to date on immunizations and physicals to meet school requirements.