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G4 By Golpa is committed to the safety of our patients, and staff. You can count on our care teams to ensure you have limited risk of exposure to COVID-19 during your stay with us.
One way we limit your risk of exposure is by requiring COVID-19 testing to all patients prior to any procedure. COVID-19 testing gives us important information to ensure we can keep you and all our patients and staff safe.
We now require that all patients be tested 7 days prior to any procedure, and that the results are delivered to our care team 3 days prior to the procedure. To facilitate this policy, we ask that patients use the following service, and order a test kit at least 10 days prior to surgery, so you will receive your results in time. https://www.letsgetchecked.com/us/en/home-coronavirus-test/
You will be required to take a short assessment on the website to qualify for the test. At a minimum you must answer: “Yes, there have been cases of COVID-19 in my local community”, to the question: ”In the last two weeks did you have contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or visit a place where COVID-19 is spreading?”
If you require a medical clearance prior to surgery, you may also request a test at this visit.
You can also find in-person testing sites and more information here: https://www.hhs.gov/coronavirus/community-based-testing-sites/index.html
You can be confident that you will receive safe, high-quality, care from the extraordinary teams at any of our facilities.
Our safety precautions are guided by experts in the field of infectious diseases, infection prevention, public health, and quality improvement.
These experts monitor the latest recommendations from state and national organizations, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO), American Dental Association (ADA), and adapt our processes to meet best practices that limit exposure and prevent the spread of disease.