Primary Care Practices

COVID-19 Vaccine

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Provider Access Changes - Effective April 13, 2021:

All Primary Care Locations:

  • Foundation Medical Partners’ outpatient practices are open for business and in addition to in-person visits are offering alternative ways such as telehealth visits to care for you during this time.

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Internal Medicine

 

Family Medicine

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 All Pediatric Primary Care Locations:

  • Foundation Medical Partners’ outpatient practices are open for business and in addition to in-person visits are offering alternative ways such as telehealth visits to care for you during this time.

Pediatrics

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All Obstetrics/Gynecology locations:

We are committed in continuing to give all of our patients the best care possible.  We are still here for all of your needs during our normal business hours Monday-Friday.  Given current changes in our operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic have made changes in the way we are giving care:
  • We are screening all patients as they arrive within the building and all patient areas are being disinfected several times throughout the day.
  • We are using technology as a bridge to connect with all of our patients via Telehealth or Telemedicine with your team of providers.
  • Appointments for routine and urgent gynecological needs are still available with your current provider team. 
  • Obstetric visits are still available with your current provider team with the exception of COVID-19 positive patients who can schedule a telehealth appointment.
  • We are still offering all of the same genetic testing and ultrasounds based on patients’ needs.
  • We are practicing and maintain social distancing for our patients. To keep all of our patients and our care team safe we are limiting the number of people in the office at a time. To ensure the safety of our patients and their families we ask that patient attend appointments alone (with the exception of labor and delivery patients).
    • Labor and Delivery: patients are currently allowed to have (1) support person accompany them throughout their stay. That support person must remain on the unit/in the patient's room at all times throughout the patient's stay.

Obstetrics/Gynecology