Important Information about the Coronavirus (COVID–19)
Appointment Changes Due to the Impact of COVID-19
March 19, 2020 – The Federal government has recommended a pause in all elective and non-urgent health services, which requires us to make immediate changes regarding the patients we will be seeing in our office.
Please know that this new guideline is a preventive measure to contribute to social distancing and limit potential COVID-19 exposure for our patients and staff. This does not change our dedication to serving our patients, but instead reflects our commitment to ensure their safety.
All annual exams, mammography, non-urgent physical therapy and non-urgent gynecology appointments will be cancelled for the next 30 days. In addition, any procedure that can potentially be delayed without compromising your health and well-being, we will be moving.
Our office will contact you to reschedule but do not plan to come in for these appointments starting on Monday, March 23 through April 24.
We will continue to see our pregnant patients for routine OB appointments. Our providers will continue to care for our pregnant patients, as prenatal care is essential and of the utmost importance to both mother and baby.
If you have a procedure or surgery scheduled, a member of our medical staff will contact you to help determine whether it should be rescheduled. We will continue to see patients that are experiencing urgent GYN problems.
Please know that our medical team is here to answer your questions during this time. Although our phone lines will be extremely busy within the next several weeks, we want to give careful attention to each of your needs and we will call you back as soon as possible.
Telemedicine Coming Soon
To improve access to care, we are quickly developing Telemedicine options. We will contact you when these options are available.
Visitor Policy (Updated 3/27/20)
Unfortunately at his time NO visitors, including children, will be able to accompany you to your appointment. The only exceptions are if your visitor is required to medically assist with your care or if the patient is a minor. If you are due to deliver your baby in the near future, please check your hospital for more information. For your convenience, we’ve provided links at the bottom of this page.
Recommendations if you are experiencing symptoms
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms (i.e. cough, fever, shortness of breath, sore throat), please call your care center and ask to speak to a triage staff member who can guide you with more information and treatment suggestions.
We ask that you DO NOT come into the office for any pre-scheduled appointment and not to schedule one if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms.
In addition, if you have traveled outside the country in the last 14 days, contact a member of our triage staff to determine whether you should come into one of our care centers.
It is our goal to keep all our patients healthy during this flu season and to make sure you have accurate information. We will continue to keep this site updated as more information becomes available.
We are implementing safety precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19
- Pre-Screening all individuals including visitors for COVID-19 prior to coming into the office. We ask all patients to complete their pre-visit interview electronically prior to coming into our office. Patients will be emailed/texted a link to the interview two to three days prior to their visit. This interview will include COVID-19 screening questions.
- We will not conduct routine care or procedures on patients with known or suspected symptoms of COVID-19.
- We ask that you limit visitors who come along to your appointments to no more than one adult guest. Unfortunately, no children will be allowed in our office at this time.
- Careful cleaning and disinfecting of all exam rooms, frequently touched surfaces, and welcome areas.
- All staff members will wash our hands frequently and those who are not feeling well are asked to remain at home.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is closely monitoring this outbreak. However, it is critical to note that at this time, for the general public in the United States, the immediate health risk from coronavirus is considered low. Currently, health officials are emphasizing that seasonal influenza remains a larger concern for the U.S. population.
What you can do to protect yourself
The best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed. There are simple everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of any respiratory viruses. These include:
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
If you are sick, to keep from spreading respiratory illness to others, you should:
- Stay home and limit contact with others.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
For more information about the coronavirus go to
Triage Phone Numbers by Care Center:
Carmel/Westfield- (317) 573-7050, ext 3
North/Zionsville- (317) 415-1000, ext 3 (if pregnant) or 4
Fishers/North Meridian- (317) 872-1415, ext 2
South/Cityway/Stones Crossing- (317) 859-2535, ext 2 (if pregnant) or 5