The safety of our patients is our number one priority. Our offices continue to remain open and maintain its normal hours and operations.
Please call our office to reschedule your appointment if you:
- Are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
- Have been exposed to someone diagnosed or suspected to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days or
- Have had any travel by plane in the last 14 days.
Texas Dermatology hopes that you and your family continue to stay safe and healthy during this uncertain time. As we navigate the ongoing pandemic, we want to assure you that we follow health and safety procedures every day and we will continue to take extra measures during this time to provide the safest and best experience.
Our team is following all recommended guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control, including screening patients and staff for COVID-19 symptoms. We ask that you call ahead and discuss rescheduling your appointment if you are experiencing possible COVID-19 symptoms. For the safety and protection of patients and staff, we are asking that you wait in your car after you have checked-in for your appointment. Please arrive alone unless you require someone to accompany you. A member of our staff will contact you once we are ready to take you back to an exam room.
All patients and staff are required to wear a facial mask. Please let us know if you may need a mask so that one may be provided to you.
Telemedicine appointments will always be available to you so that you may see your provider from the comfort of your home. If you would like to schedule a Telemedicine appointment, please contact one of our of patient care coordinators and they can assist you or click here to request your telemedicine appointment.
As always, the best way to protect yourself from any illness is prevention:
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds under warm water with soap multiple times a day
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth (if applicable)
- Stay home if you are sick
Texas Dermatology will continue to monitor the CDC and Metropolitan Health District recommendations daily and update our procedures to ensure the safety and health of our patients and staff.
For more information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the websites below:
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
Centers for Disease Control
World Health Organization