Covid 19 Office Protocols

Notice to Patients of New office Protocols During the COVID 19 Pandemic

  • We ask that when you arrive for your appointment you remain in your vehicle and call or text our office upon your arrival (701-772-8158).
  • Please come to your appointment alone, others traveling with you will be asked to remain in your vehicle during the appointment.
  • Minors may be accompanied by a single parent to our entryway for check-in. The parent will then either return to their vehicle during their child’s appointment or will be allowed to be in the treatment room.  Our waiting room will be closed for the immediate future, restroom facilities will still be available.
  • We ask that you bring with you a face covering (mask or bandana) when entering and exiting our facility. You may remove the face covering when you are seated in the treatment room.
  • We will ask you to use hand sanitizer or wash your hands immediately upon entering our facility.
  • As part of our new check in procedures we will be taking a temperature reading on all individuals (staff included). If your temperature is 100.4 or higher we will be rescheduling your appointment. 
  • Also, part of the check in process we will have a patient consent form that you will attest that:
    • I am currently not experiencing:
      • Fever
      • Cough
      • Shortness of breath
    • I have not tested positive for COVID 19 or had any interaction with someone that has tested positive for COVID 19 or that has exhibited the above symptoms.
  • Please notify our office if you have traveled via a plane or cruise ship, or to an area heavily affected by COVID 19 in the last 14 days.
  • We will be altering our office schedule to allow for less people to people interaction and to allow for more time to deeply disinfect our office in-between patients. Please respect the space of other people and maintain 6 feet of distance for other people whenever possible.

We are thankful for your cooperation and understanding as we take additional measures to maintain the health and safety of our staff, and most importantly, you our patient.