Stay at Home Orders and Your Medical Care
The state-wide stay at home order issued by Governor DeSantis goes in to effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday. The stay at home orders ask that residents remain in their homes unless they are conducting necessary and essential activities. These activities include things like getting food and groceries and also include continuing to receive medical care.
Complete Care and our clinics are an essential service that will remain open during the stay at home orders allowing our patients to continue receiving vital care and treatments that help them recover from injuries they have suffered in car accidents or slip-and-fall accidents. The injuries from these accidents do not heal on their own and, in some cases, failing to receive treatment could lead to a lifetime of pain that will never fully resolve.
The safety of our patients and our staff is a top priority and we have put in place several procedures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure safe operations. Patients may continue to receive care knowing that they are in a safe environment focused on their recovery. We continue to monitor the CDC recommendations and Florida Department of Health guidelines as new information and procedures becomes available to ensure the safest possible environment.
For those patients who may not feel comfortable leaving home or entering one of our facilities at this time, we have telemedicine video conferencing available as an option. If this option is something you would like to discuss, reach out to us at 844-699-CARE and we can answer any questions you may have and schedule your appointment if appropriate.
We will continue to update patients and partners as new information becomes available. This is a very fluid situation that changes rapidly as health officials learn more best practices and procedures. For the latest updates we recommend following our Facebook page at: Complete Care Facebook.
If you have questions or concerns about your specific appointments, please reach out to us directly.
For further information from the CDC, click here.