Coronavirus Update for CWC Patients
Our main goal is the well-being of our patients and staff
We protect our patients and staff during the COVID19 pandemic
Complete Women Care is closely monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic and our objective is to protect the safety of patients and employees while providing high-quality clinical care at all our facilities.
We understand that you may be anxious about the news of the novel Coronavirus as well as your upcoming appointments at our facilities.
Your health and your appointments are of utmost importance to us.
Our offices are taking all preventive measurements to provide a safe environment and will remain open so we can provide you with the care you need.
How dangerous is COVID-19?
The CDC says the immediate health risk to the general public in the U.S. is low even as additional cases are expected. For most people, the novel coronavirus produces a mild illness, and many of those infected don’t even know they have it. As with influenza, in some cases it can lead to serious illness such as pneumonia and death. It appears that the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions are most susceptible.
Help us create a safe environment during your visit
We are following all recommendations to create a safe environment during your visit. We kindly ask you to cooperate with our staff.
GYN EMERGENT CARE CENTER – Safe for GYN emergencies
The GYN Emergent Care Center remains open 24/7
- Please ask anyone who is accompanying you to the visit to wait outside of our facilities.
- Please call us before you walk-in at 855-376-2496.
Updates for pregnant patients
Updates for pregnant patients in regard to the coronavirus can be found here:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- If soap and water are not available use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue then throw the tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, use your sleeve (not your hands)
- Stay home when you are sick
- Limit contact with people who are sick
- Use face masks when you are sick or have been advised to do so by your healthcare provider
- If you have symptoms of the coronavirus, contact your healthcare provider or hospital before you walk-in
The most common symptoms of the novel coronavirus are:
- shortness of breath
- breathing difficulties
Contact your primary care physician if you experience these symptoms and meet the criteria for exposure as determined by the CDC. Public health authorities will determine if you should be tested.