COVID-19 Info

taking appropriate steps to protect our patients, their families, our staff and community.

COVID-19 Office Precautions

We are aware of the spread of COVID-19 and are taking appropriate steps to protect our patients, their families, our staff, and the community. In addition to following the latest guidelines outlined by the CDC and Department of Health, we are taking additional measures to ensure the safety of our patients and medical staff including but not limited to:

  • Appointments are scheduled so patients will have limited to no contact with one another and can maintain at least 6 feet distance at all times.
  • Our staff are wearing masks at all times and are thoroughly disinfecting exam rooms after each patient visit.
  • If you still feel uncomfortable attending your appointment, we are now scheduling teleconference appointments where we can address questions and concerns over the phone and/or video. We are also offering “Drive-Thru” immunizations and office visits. If you are interested in either of these options, please give us a call.

Please email or call us for the full list of precautions.

COVID-19 Patient Precautions

We are asking our patients and their families to take the following precautions when coming into the office:

Call To Make An Appointment

We are doing screenings over the phone and are not taking walk-ins at this time.

Select A Primary Caregiver

We ask that only one parent or caregiver accompany your child for their appointment.

Don’t Forget Your Masks

All adults and children 12+ are required to wear a mask in the office

Upon Arrival, Call From Your Car

All patients are required to have their temperature checked before entering the office

If you or your child develops a cold, runny nose, congestion, cough, sore throat, and/or fever, please call us right away before coming to your appointment.

Official Health Resources

Recommendations are evolving. Please review the latest recommendations by looking at the CDC website and/or the local public health departments depending on your country of residence (Alameda County or Contra Costa County ).

COVID-19 struck in the middle of the cold and flu season, leading some people to wonder what their respiratory ailments indicate.

Cold, Flu, or Coronavirus?
Click to view a chart comparing symptoms of the different illnesses. 

Click here for home isolation instructions if you have COVID-19

Click here for quarantine instructions if you have had close contact with someone who has COVID-19