Here at ICAM we are following recommended protocols put in place by the CDC.

Please read Dr. Bartiss’s message to patients.

Key Goals for the U.S. healthcare system in response to the COVID-19 outbreak are to:

  1. Reduce morbidity and mortality
  2. Minimize disease transmission
  3. Protect healthcare personnel
  4. Preserve healthcare system functioning

Steps we are taking to reduce risks are as follows:

  1. Limiting visitors to our facility. At this time only the patient can enter. Please don’t bring any children, friends or family with you to your appointment.
  2. Rescheduling non-urgent visits.
  3. Patients that have any respiratory symptoms are asked to stay home.
  4. We are screening patients for symptoms before entering our facility. Patients are asked to call us from their car when they arrive. One of our Medical Assistants will come and check their temperature and check for any symptoms.
  5. If you have recently been traveling you may be asked to wear a mask.

We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

COMFORTABLE AS POSSIBLE

HERE AT ICAM, WE TRY TO MAKE YOUR VISIT AS COMFORTABLE AS POSSIBLE.

Our decor is bright and our atmosphere is warm and caring. Positive energy flows through every room. Our office is clean and spacious, and our staff is ready to assist you in all of your medical needs. Our drip room is furnished with the softest recliner chairs for your comfort. Dr. Bartiss and the ICAM staff are here to see to it that you are comfortable and your needs are met.

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