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Coronavirus COVID 19

Coronavirus COVID 19 Notice


Attention Patients:


We know that there is a lot of fear and anxiety at this time because of the current coronavirus COVID 19 pandemic .  


We are making every effort We are 


We want to let you know that we are taking precautions to follow the CDC recommendations in keeping a safe and clean office environment for our patients and employees. This includes sanitizing the waiting area, front office, hallways, and exam rooms every hour to prevent transmission of infection .  


We also want to warn all our patients to watch for symptoms of coronavirus COVID 19 infection which include (cough, fever, shortness of breath, or other respiratory symptoms).  If you have symptoms suspicious for coronavirus COVID 19 or have been exposed to someone with COVID 19 then please start using universal precautions wearing a mask and using gloves and frequent handwashing to prevent transmission.  You can come to our office to be tested, or we can refer you to the emergency room to be tested.  


Please make sure to let us know if you come to our office that you are concerned about coronavirus infection so we can use precautions in our clinic to protect patients and all clinic staff. 


We will continue in-person exams to care for acute medical needs or any other acute needs requiring more immediate medical examination and attention. 


We are now making Tele-med virtual office visits with audio and video that will need to be scheduled like a regular office visit with a set time for the doctor to call you by phone. If you are not interested in the virtual Tele-med visit we are also offering telephone audio only office visits over the phone at scheduled times. Please keep in mind we will still be billing your insurance for this service. 


If you want to use Virtual meeting for your appointment please download the following App.


For reliable information and updates please look at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and  World Health Organization (WHO) websites.  

Adil Asaduddin, MD Internal Medicine Physician practicing since 2002 in the Katy and West Houston area

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