There shall not be any question about the oath I have given; namely to treat, and to protect to the best of my knowledge


- vaccinations will prevent what we cannot treat

- vaccinations have reduced death, and devastation of lives

- there are no vaccination exceptions made in my office


- no therapy, no pharmaceutical intervention can achieve what a vaccine can do -





VACCINES:

PREVENT THE ILLNESS

SAVE LIVES

Copyright © Elena Gazzola, MD, FAAP

still in place

​PLEASE WEAR A MASK 


In accordance with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and all the knowledge derived from trauma, infection disease, and disaster medicine we have adjusted the office hours to reflect the need of complete separation between "well visits/physical/school exams",  and visits that are made to solve a particular issue;  so called "sick/regular office visits"


"well visits" 

(physical exams for sport, school, college) - no illness present


"sick visits" are office visits and will carry a copay 

these visits will be scheduled so that the patient cannot infect another vulnerable patient while in office


This will allow us to clean the office space thoroughly at the end of the business hours, and in addition put at least 16 hrs between the last "sick" patient and the first "well" patient being seen the next morning.

No "well" patient will ever cross with a "sick" patient



PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR EXCEPTIONS


These adjustments to the operation of my office are being done to fulfill the practice guidelines of "biocontainment".  

Infection control is achieved by cleaning and sanitizing after each patient