WE’RE OPEN AND COMMITTED TO KEEPING YOU SAFE.Read Our COVID-19 Update
We have missed our patients and look forward to seeing each and every one of you again whether that be in the office or during a virtual consultation.
We will be arranging your office visits in a way to reduce the number of patients in the office at any given time and will be following the recommendations of the Tennessee Department of Health and the Surgeon General of the United States of America.
Here’s what you can expect:
If you would prefer to have a virtual visit, please use this form to request your consultation, and select the “virtual consultation” option. You can also call us during normal business hours and we’ll get you all set up. All you need is a device with a camera (phone, tablet or computer). Once we have you on the schedule, we’ll send you a link for your virtual visit.
We must all act wisely. Our efforts in our personal lives should be to limit the spread of Covid-19. If we make necessary sacrifices now, we hope to limit the time course of these sacrifices. If we do not, we may be dealing with this for months to come. This is no exaggeration. We have not seen a public health crisis like this in our lifetimes.
Please consider the following:
Please continue to follow the CDC guidelines as listed below.
The Center For Disease Control (CDC) recommends the following precautionary measures and guidelines to keep you healthy and prevent the spread of Coronavirus:
According to the CDC, if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider immediately. Your healthcare professional will work with your state’s public health department and the CDC to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19. If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you please take steps to safeguard others and remain at home.
As this is a fluid and rapidly changing situation, we will update this regularly as the need arises. Please take care of yourself and your family members.
All the best,
David B. Reath, MD