The COVID-19 virus, since its presentation in early 2020, has been an ever-evolving virus, and we all are still learning how it develops, spreads, and the severity of the illness it causes. We remain dedicated to staying up to date on the latest information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and act in accordance with widely accepted evidence-based medicine and guidance. As we have no proven cure for the virus, the only way we can combat it is to limit the spread by limiting contact between people as much as possible and promoting the vaccination.
Neurotrials Research has implemented the following changes in order to protect you and our staff:
You must wear a mask while in our office.
Temperature checks will be performed upon arrival at the office.
Patient exam rooms are thoroughly sanitized between each patient.
We are pre-screening our patients prior to their visits for symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, and a variety of other symptoms. So, if you have symptoms, history of recent contact with someone symptomatic, or recent known diagnosis of COVID-19, be prepared to be rescheduled.
We are currently only allowing patients themselves in the patient exam rooms. Partners, family members, and drivers are permitted in the waiting room.
If a support person is required in the patient exam room, Neurotrials has implemented a one support person policy.
What to do if you have symptoms of COVID-19
Contact your primary care physician’s office and look to cdc.gov for the most up-to-date recommendations.
We know these are stressful and trying times, and we are here to support you through this. As the knowledge we obtain evolves, so too will our processes, procedures, and recommendations. We will do our best to keep you notified. Please reach out to our staff if you have further questions or concerns.
Neurotrials Research, Inc. 5887 Glenridge Drive, NE Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30328