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To best serve our patients and community, we continue monitoring the CDC guidelines and the Georgia Department of Public Health.
We are offering virtual office visits as well as in-office visits for well child checkups, vaccines and other needed services.

Covid-19 Announcement Virtual Office Visits
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Required Masks!

We want to thank all of you who are wearing face masks whenever you are in our office.  By wearing your mask, you are protecting our staff and those around you.  By our staff wearing face masks, we are protecting you and your family too!

Continued information from the CDC and other public health authorities confirms that the transmission of COVID-19 is greatly reduced by people wearing masks whenever they are around others.  Our office policy mandates the use of masks for all staff, patients and visitors to our office.  It has recently come to light that certain face coverings do not provide adequate protection from transmission of COVID-19.  Neck gaitors (stretchy wraps worn around the neck and pulled up over the face), bandanas and masks with valves are not providing adequate protection against the spread of the virus.  Accordingly, our office will no longer allow these type of masks to be worn in our office.  If you present to our office with a mask of this type, an appropriate mask will be provided to you.  All children ages 2 and above are asked to wear an appropriate mask when in our office.

What kind of cloth face covering is best?

Homemade or purchased cloth face coverings with multiple layers of fabric are fine for most people to wear.  Pleated face coverings with elastic are likely to work best for kids.  For a child, especially a small child, the right fit is important.  Adult face coverings are usually 6x12 inches, and even a child-sized 5x10 inch covering may be too large for small children.  Try to find the right size for your child's face and be sure to adjust if for a secure fit.  For further information on children's face mask recommendations, please visit healthychildren.org and search COVID-19.

We thank you for your cooperation and understanding of our mask policy as we strive to keep your family and our staff healthy.

Sincerely,

The Providers and Staff of Roswell Pediatric Center

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