JULY 1, 2020
We are now leaving the door unlocked. Our waiting room, for the first time since the pandemic started, may have more than one person in it at the same time. To accommodate that reality we have moved chairs 6+ feet apart and, sadly, blocked the kids’ play area.
Anyone worried about COVID can rest assured we are not taking your concerns lightly.
MARCH 21, 2020
With COVID-19 screwing up the entire world, it only makes sense that we close the office for the time being. We have tried to call each individual on our schedule though the 25th, but if you didn’t get a call then please refer to this statement and understand that we are not open.
If schools reopen then we will reopen. We can’t be sure when exactly schools will open back up for students, but ideally it will be by the end of the month.
In the event that schools stay closed and the majority of businesses in our state remain closed, our office will be closed as well.
IMPORTANTLY, if any of our patients are in ACUTE PAIN and are REAL JACKED UP, then Rob will come to the office to work on you. Probably lots of home repair and yad work going on, so people will be getting hurt. You will need to email the office @ firstname.lastname@example.org and await Rob’s reply. Rob may take an hour or so to see the email and reply, but will work with anyone in pain to arrange their appointment. This DOES NOT apply to people who are not already patients with Park Bench.
Obviously, if you are someone with pre-existing health concerns, if you are 60+ years old, or if you have any suspicion that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 then you should not come in.
If we ever need to close the office or otherwise provide an update to patients regarding our business you can find that information here.
MARCH 14, 2020
GLOBAL PANDEMIC EXTRAVAGANZA!
We are, as of today, still planning on remaining open for normal business hours. We are keeping everything clean and disinfected. If you are feeling less-than-healthy please cancel your appointment. We will update Facebook if anything changes. So long as things remain as they are, which is cautious social-distancing and no spike in local cases, we will do our best to keep things moving.
FEBRUARY 7, 2018
Lots of ice on the roads. Rob is in on time but please feel free to cancel if you don’t feel safe driving this morning. We’re here and things are running normally, but do be careful!