Thank you for choosing MAHEC Ob/Gyn Specialists for your Ob/Gyn care!
Important information related to COVID-19
Rest assured that our offices are open and are clean and safe. We are keeping patients out of the waiting room; we are sanitizing our entire office continuously with medical grade sanitizer; and sick patients who have respiratory symptoms are being seen in a totally separate area. So please don't be scared to come into the office if you prefer that over a telehealth visit.
Masks: All patients and visitors are asked to wear a mask while in the office. Please bring a mask with you - we are not able to provide a mask for you.
Visitors: As of March 22, 2021, MAHEC will be relaxing visitor restrictions. One (1) visitor per patient will now be permitted to enter in support of their loved one.
In a continued effort to keep our patients and staff safe due to ongoing, substantial, COVID-19 community spread:
- All patients and visitors will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and temperature taken upon entry to a MAHEC office.
- A facemask will be provided to all patients and visitors, if needed.
- Visitors who have not been released from COVID-19 quarantine or visitors who are actively symptomatic are asked to kindly not enter the facility.
Virtual support continues to be welcomed at all MAHEC locations. If you would prefer to call your support person from the exam room so they can participate in your visit, we encourage you to do so.
We are continually evaluating the most up-to date COVID-19 data and state guidelines. We appreciate your ongoing patience and understanding as we navigate the best routes to ensure we are providing the utmost safety measures for our patients, visitors, and employees.
Hospital care and delivery: Please visit the website of the hospital where you plan to deliver for the latest COVID-19 updates including visitor restrictions at Mission Health hospitals, Pardee UNC Health Care, AdventHealth Hendersonville, and Haywood Regional Medical Center.
We are proud to be a Patient-Centered Specialty Practice! We demonstrate patient-centered care and clinical quality through streamlined referral processes and care coordination with referring clinicians, timely patient- and caregiver-focused care management and continuous clinical quality improvement.
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