Update: We Have Reopened Our Diagnostic Services (Overnight Sleep Studies)!

MedSleep is committed to serving your health care needs. Your safety is our highest priority and we are committed to giving you and our staff a safe place to receive/give care.

These are the measures MedSleep has taken to keep you safe during your visit to our clinic:

Additional Patient Screening Patients are being screened a minimum of 3 times before they can enter any of our clinics for an overnight study.

Additional Staff Screening Staff are required to complete a screening before they arrive at their shift. They will be permitted to enter clinic premises only if they pass the screening process.

Staff and Patient Temperature As part of our screening process, we are taking body temperatures for all staff prior to their shift, and all patients prior to entering the premises.

Enhanced Cleaning We’ve upped our cleaning standards in response to the virus. As a public health facility, our cleaning standards were already higher than most public places, as we are required to follow Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) Guidelines for cleanliness.

Full PPE for Staff Expect to see our frontline staff in full PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). This includes a face mask, face shield, gloves, and isolation gown.

PPE for Patients All patients and any essential visitors are being asked to wear a mask or cloth face covering while in our clinics. You may bring your own, or if you don’t have one, face masks are available at our clinics. Hand sanitizer is available at each entrance and at numerous locations throughout the clinics. Everyone is asked to sanitize their hands upon entering the clinic and during your stay. It is important to sanitize your hands after every encounter with another person.

Reorganization of Patient Flow We have reduced our patient flow and reorganized the way patients are cared for through their stay in an attempt to minimize contact with one another. Each patient will have a designated private room. The goal is to prevent a patient from coming in contact with any other patient at the facility. Our floors have social distancing markings to encourage safe distances, even with staff. Our waiting room area is closed and is off-limits to patients and staff.

Additional Safety Our clinics are no longer allowing non-essential visitors. We also remain closed for in-person daytime appointments in an effort to reduce patient traffic in and out of the clinic. Virtual appointments to see your doctor continue every day.

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