Glasgow Clinic Primary Care Now Open For Most Patients
April 22, 2020
With much planning and many precautions in place, the FMDH Glasgow Clinic Primary Care is now open to care for most non-respiratory patients. This is not “back to business as usual,” as staffing is still limited and we continue to monitor conditions daily. We take our responsibility to care for our community members very seriously and are committed to taking care of patients with chronic conditions and those who need regular evaluation in order to address any health concerns and insure early detection and treatment.
While we systematically reopen please keep in mind:
Patients MUST have an appointment.
Doors will continue to be locked and monitored.
Patients must wear a mask when entering the facility. If you have your own mask at home, please wear it.
Patients will be monitored for respiratory symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) at the door, and the appointment will be rescheduled if symptoms are present.
Patients may be escorted from the entrance to your destination.
Visiting restrictions have not changed. No visitors are allowed unless: you are accompanying a minor; you are a support person for a laboring maternity patient and/or the patient cannot physically attend the appointment without assistance.
FMDH staff will be wearing masks at work while in the presence of other people. Staff will also be following distancing guidelines at work.