10921 WILSHIRE BLVD #611, LOS ANGELES, CA 90024
We wish for your safety and health during this time. You are all on our minds during this recent outbreak of COVID-19. And to that end, we want to keep you informed of the various protocols we are taking to ensure your continued health and safety while visiting our offices.
Our practice at Rawnsley Plastic Surgery is considered a low risk environment, however, we are taking extreme measures and common sense precautions during this time. Please note the following updates practices in regard to all patient appointments:
If you have any history of travel (or have come in contact with persons who have traveled) to countries where there has been a confirmed epidemic (China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Japan, and the US State of Washington), please call our office to reschedule your appointment at least 30 days out.
We have implemented a no hand shaking and a social distance policy of at least 6-feet apart at our practice during this time to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. Please know that we appreciate all of our clients, but we want to ensure your safety and ours.
If you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness (cough, shortness of breath, fever above 100.4), we respectfully request that you reschedule your appointment until you are free from any symptoms for a period of at least 7 days. We have asked our staff to do the same.
In addition to our already extensive level of cleaning and sterilization, we have increased these efforts with additional cleaning and sanitization of all hard surfaces in our offices.
This is indeed a very difficult time for all, including those in public health. That said, we also realize that we have some of the most strict sanitization and infection control standards in any business, making Rawnsley Plastic Surgery a safe place to visit. Should you have any questions about, please do not hesitate to contact us at (310) 570-0244.
For up to date information on the COVID-19, please visit website for the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, www.CDC.gov.
Wishing you health, always, Dr. Jeff Rawnsley & Staff