COVID-19 Update (Updated 5/27/20)
During this season, Anchor of Hope is making efforts to minimize exposure and reduce transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to our patients, clients and staff. We have plans in place throughout the phases of re-opening to limit possible exposure.
We are asking screening questions, and taking temperatures prior to entering our facility to identify those who may be at risk. All intake paperwork can now be completed electronically before your appointment.
If you have an appointment, please call us at (920)452-4673 so we can pre-screen all appointments and greet you at our front door. If you do not have an appointment, you will be screened at the door if a time slot is available for you.
It is important to stay home if you are sick to prevent spreading the virus. Please help us protect our vulnerable population by answering these questions:
Do you have any symptoms?
- Cough/cold symptoms
- Fever (temp. above 100 degrees)
- Difficulty Breathing
- Loss of taste/smell
Have you had potential exposure?
- In the past month, have you been in contact with someone who was confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19?
If you answer YES to any of the above questions, please call the Center at (920) 452-4673 so we can assess risk and make appropriate referrals. If our staff assesses you to be at risk, you will be asked to schedule your appointment at a future date for the safety of our staff and patients.
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