Coronavirus Information for School Street Dermatology Patients Scheduled for an Appointment or a Procedure
Please call our office office before coming in for your appointment if you fit into any of the following categories:
You have a fever and/or symptoms of acute respiratory illness such as cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing
You have a loss of smell, reduced ability to smell or detect odors, or a reduced or distorted sense of taste
You have had contact in the last 14 days with a person who tested positive for COVID-19, is currently being tested, or has been placed on home quarantine by the department of health
We ask that all patients wear a face mask and use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer upon entering School Street Dermatology. Patients with a high suspicion of COVID-19 exposure will be asked to remain at home while we coordinate care with the RI Department of Health (RIDOH). If you need immediate medical attention, please call 911.
Per recent visitation restrictions, visitors are not allowed to accompany you to an appointment. If someone is required for your care (for example, a family member, proxy or guardian) they will be allowed to accompany you at the discretion of the office. Visitors will be screened and will not be allowed to enter the office if they answer “yes” to any of the criteria listed above. No other visitors will be allowed in the practice, including the waiting rooms or common areas. We encourage patients to avoid bringing children to our practices unless the child is the patient.
Request a Telehealth Appointment
With School Street Dermatology, patients are able to visit with their health care providers over the phone. To set up a Telehealth call, please call your provider's office for scheduling.