Thank you for choosing Diagnostic Foot Specialists, your partner in promoting good foot health!
As part of our ongoing efforts to make your visit as safe, comfortable, and convenient as possible, we have implemented the following Patient Visit Safety Requirements for all of our Diagnostic Foot Specialists offices.
Please familiarize yourself with the following patient requirements prior to your visit (these requirements will be in effect until further notice).
Office Requirements (General)
- Office waiting rooms are currently closed. All patients are required to schedule an appointment (no walk-in or drop-in visits allowed).
- All staff, physicians, and patients are required to wear a face covering or mask upon entering the office.
Before Your Scheduled Appointment (Seven Days Before Until Day of Appointment)
- (New Patients) Diagnostic Foot Specialist encourages you to access, download, and complete the New Patient Information Sheet prior to your visit. We can also take this information from you over the phone! Simply contact us to schedule an appointment date and time for a New Patient Information phone consultation to get started.
- If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms (or have been exposed to a person or persons with any of these symptoms), please contact us to reschedule your appointment.
- Fever (100˚ F or higher) or chills
- Muscle or body aches
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
- Shortness of breath
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
Day of Scheduled Appointment-All Patients
- All patients are required to contact our office by phone upon arrival and wait outside of the office (in a car or a nearby location located outside of the medical office building) until we are ready to see you. We have reduced the number of appointments scheduled each day, so as to reduce patient wait times as much as possible.
- A friendly staff member will call or text you when it’s your turn to see the doctor. You will be met outside of our office door, where our staff member will record your body temperature using a touchless thermometer.
- Patients who have a body temperature of 100˚ F or higher will be required to reschedule their appointment for a different date and time.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding this policy. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation!