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Because people want to know before they make an appointment:
We wear masks and we will ask you to wear one too (children exempted)
We will wash our hands immediately before our visit and we will ask you to do the same.
We will open the windows, weather permitting or offer to meet with you on our deck.
We have been vaccinated but we haven't changed our precautions
We offer phone or Telehealth visits
We will arrange our schedules and ask some patients to wait in their cars our outside on our bench to minimize overlap
We will sit or stand 6 feet or more from you and each other when possible.
We will clean high touch surfaces
We welcome feedback
8/28/2021 05:10:43 am
The value of health is vital for every human on Earth. Many people have to suffer from diseases to allergies and stuck with a not so good life for their entire life. If people had control over health, then they would make sure that there are no issues with it.
9/17/2021 04:13:35 am
9/24/2021 07:11:57 am
Denise you captured the human experience of what it means to struggle and survive during an unprecedented time .Your honesty and authenticity help me and others to feel connected to you during this turbulence . Thank you for sharing and allowing yourself to be vulnerable .I feel your compassion for humankind while living fully through this experience .
4/6/2022 01:31:27 pm
4/21/2022 10:26:36 am
And there is almost no one who will disagree with the phrase because indeed our health is one of the biggest treasures we have. Once we die or our heath loses its value, the wealth in life will also mean nothing for us.
5/6/2022 01:05:19 am
According to my point of view, Drinking more water is something that I wanted to start doing (not just in the New Year) but I get busy throughout the day and forget. Now I know that I at least have that much in me.
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Elizabeth Alleman, MD is a family physician, acupuncturist practicing and pondering in central Missouri