COVID-19 Policies & Information

We Are Open and Here For You!

You have options to get the care you need, in the way you feel most comfortable.

Our facilities are open and we offer:

  • Orthopedic Urgent Care 6 days a week at Granite Run
  • In-person physician appointments
  • Telehealth video visits for patients who prefer their care from the convenience of their home
  • Physical Therapy and Hand Therapy

Cortisone: No cortisone two weeks prior to the COVID vaccination, or one week after. 
This applies to the one dose, or either dose of the two dose vaccine.

Keeping you safe
We have a variety of measures in place to protect you during your time at LOG.

Most importantly, if you have a fever, cough, and shortness of breath OR are in direct contact with anyone who has these symptoms, do not report to LOG for your appointment. Instead please call your Primary Care Provider.

  • Face Covering: All patients and visitors must wear a face covering such as a mask, scarf, or bandanna. All staff are required to wear facemasks as well. The mask must cover your nose and mouth at all times.
  • Screening Questions: Prior to your appointment and when you arrive, we will ask screening questions to determine exposure to COVID-19.
  • Visitor RestrictionsEffective Monday, February 15th 2021: Due to the decline of local case rates and hospitalization of COVID-19, we are lifting our visitor restriction rules. Patients may bring a visitor along to their appointments if they wish to do so. However, we are requesting that patients continue to kindly avoid bringing visitors, when possible, to keep waiting room and overall office traffic down.
  • Social Distancing: Everyone is encouraged to social distance in the lobby, waiting room, at check-in, and at check-out. The number of chairs in our waiting rooms have been reduced and spread apart to help ensure patients can adequately practice social distancing.
  • Enhanced Cleaning Protocols: Both staff and professional cleaning crews are making sure that high touch areas are cleaned frequently.