We are actively monitoring the novel coronavirus outbreak, also known as COVID-19, through the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO). We are committed to ensuring the health and well-being of our patients, physicians, staff and visitors, and will continue to follow the guidelines set by the CDC to protect our patients and staff from exposure. Please click here for information about how you can stop the spread of germs.
The CDC has developed comprehensive materials to provide information about coronavirus or COVID-19. Use this link to review what you need to know. For more information about coronavirus please click here.
According to the CDC, coronavirus symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms, or any flu-like symptoms, and have visited China, Iran, Italy, Japan or South Korea in the past 30 days, please call your primary care physician.
On March 16, Gov. Wolf urged all Pennsylvania nonessential businesses to close, with the exception of critical infrastructures, including all health care facilities, gas stations, grocery stores, government and mass transit. At this time, all MidLantic Urology physicians are available to see patients.
Do not come into your appointment if you are sick, experiencing any flu-like symptoms or may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus. If you have an upcoming appointment and have concerns that you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, we encourage you to please stay home until you are at least 24-hour symptom free, or until your two-week exposure quarantine is lifted. You do not need to reschedule your upcoming appointment, your doctor will contact you by phone.
In continuing to prioritize the health of our patients, physicians and staff, some MidLantic Urology locations are now offering telehealth appointments. Please contact your MidLantic Urology office to see if a telehealth appointment is an option for you. Find your office’s contact information here.