A letter to our Patients

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May 27, 2020

As governor Inslee has decreed that we may return to providing non-urgent care services he has also provided a detailed list of criteria which must be met in order to do so.

To help meet these criteria we ask that you continue to call in advance of your appointment to report any symptoms of cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

Additionally, we ask that you wear a mask into our office for your appointment. If unable or chose not to wear a mask, you will be asked to wait in the provided seating just outside our waiting room.
Upon arrival at our office you will be screened for signs and symptoms of infection. This process could create the need to reschedule your visit.
Spokane Ob Gyn is proud to be your provider of choice for women’s health care. We thank you for your patience and your resiliency during this time.

Sincerely,
The Doctors and Staff of SPOKANE OBGYN

Spokane OBGYN COVID 19 UPDATE

May 25, 2020

At Spokane OBGYN our first priority is to the health of our patients and staff. With information around COVID 19 changing daily, we would like to give you the information we currently have surrounding COVID and pregnancy and our office policies regarding this pandemic.

IF YOU HAVE FEVER, COUGH AND/OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH, please call the office prior to your appointment. We will put you in contact with a nurse to evaluate your symptoms your gynecologic/obstetrical concerns, so we can facilitate the best option to provide care for you.

VISITOR POLICY: Patients are asked not to bring visitors with them to their appointments unless absolutely necessary. All visitors will be asked to stay in the hallway rather than come in the office with the patient. Will we support the ability for you to FaceTime or call your visitor if he/she would like to be present “virtually” for the appointment. The exception to this rule is that if you are having a fetal survey ultrasound, there can be one support person with you. Please call us prior to your appointment if you need to bring visitors in for personal reasons.

Spokane OBGYN is working hard to provide a safe environment for you to continue to receive care. We are disinfecting surfaces regularly and working to have our staff work from home when possible.

Labor and Delivery:

Information for both Sacred Heart Medical Center and Deaconess is changing rapidly. We will try to keep you updated on changes as soon as we know, but for the most updated information please call the hospital directly or visit their websites.

VISITOR POLICY: Sacred Heart Medical Center is limiting visitors in the hospital for Labor and Delivery. A pregnant mom upon arrival will be allowed one support person for the entire hospital stay. The support person must be over the age of 18.

GETTING TO LABOR AND DELIVERY: Upon entry to the hospital all patients and visitor will be screened for symptoms of COVID 19. During the day entrance to Labor and deliver will be through the main floor of the Women’s Health and Surgery Center Building. After hours the entrance that is available for entrance is the Emergency Department.

CHILDBIRTHING CLASSES: Sacred Heart Medical Center is not offering in person child-birthing classes at this time. They have an option for virtual childbirth classes. There is an option for a virtual tour of Labor and Delivery on the Birth Place website. Click here for more information.

Deaconess Medical Center

VISITOR POLICY: Deaconess Medical Center is limiting visitors in the hospital. A pregnant mom upon arrival will be allowed one support person over the age of 18 for the entire hospital stay. If the pregnant mom is under the age of 17, she will be allowed 2 support people.


GETTING TO LABOR AND DELIVERY: During the day and after hours, entrance to the hospital is through the main door. Upon entry to the hospital all patients and visitor will be screened for symptoms of COVID 19.


CHILDBIRTH CLASSES: Deaconess Medical Center is not offering in person child-birthing classes. They do have virtual childbirth classes available. Click here for more information.

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Spokane OBGYN COVID 19 UPDATE