Coronavirus Response | Princeton Vascular | Princeton, NJ

Princeton Vascular’s Coronavirus Response

The Princeton Vascular Center is committed to the safety of its patients and staff. Our offices have been closed from March 16, 2020, due to the well-known concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak.  

We have been closely monitoring the situation and have developed protocols for strict adherence to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for infection control and sanitation in the office. Our precautionary measures are in place to keep medically necessary services available to our patients.  

Our Precautionary Measures:

  • The office is being sterilized from top to bottom, not only between patients but continually throughout the day.  
  • This includes all areas in the office, including, but not limited to, the waiting room, hallways, bathrooms, chairs, couches, counter-tops, faucet handles, front desk area and door handles.
  • Pre-screening patients prior to appointment and conducting on-site wellness checks before entry
  • The medical team size has been reduced to include only the essential providers for your visit.
  • The front desk staff, office managers, and medical assistants are working remotely during this time.
  • We have suspended all elective and cosmetic procedures to minimize the patient census and prioritize new and on-going evaluations
  • Your medical team is also always committed to using appropriate protective garb such as gloves, masks, & eyewear to ensure infection control.
  • If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment for a provider visit, we encourage virtual evaluations with our physicians.
  • Additionally, we are operating under restricted to hours to reduce the risk of exposure, as much as possible, to our staff and patients. 

 

Virtual Consultations

The Princeton Vascular Center is also encouraging patients to take advantage of virtual consultations.  We encourage patients to submit an online spider and varicose vein consultation before coming in for an appointment at one of our New Jersey locations. 

Whether you know what vein disease you are suffering from or you need a first opinion, our New Jersey vein doctors will be able to provide you with a personal response to any questions you have. To help us provide the best information possible, we ask you to complete the online consultation form and upload any photos that you think will be helpful. 

These online consultations are confidential and will be reviewed by our vascular specialists.

Thank You

We understand the tremendous cloud of uncertainty and anxiety COVID-19 has placed on our patients. Our doctors will continue to monitor the situation and comply with local and national recommendations. The safety of our patients and staff will always be our top priority.

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