NO MASK. NO SERVICE. By order of local and state officials BB Aesthetic cannot permit anyone in the office without a mask.
SCREEN AND ISOLATE PLAN FOR COVID-19*
Objective and Plan: Starting [05/17/2021], our practice has started to loosen our COVID guidelines.
PLEASE NOTE: WAIT TIMES MAY BE LONGER DUE TO THE EXTRA SANITIZATION THAT IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE OF OHIO BETWEEN SERVICES.
BB AESTHETIC & ANY MEMBER OF THE BB AESTHETIC STAFF RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DELAY OR CANCEL ANY APPOINTMENT AT ANY TIME.
EVERY person must be screened both prior to their scheduled appointment as well as EVERY person that enters the facility immediately upon entry for the following symptoms with the following questions:
Do you have a cough?
Shortness of breath?
Sudden loss of smell or taste?
Have you or anyone in your household traveled over 200 miles outside of the Columbus, OH area in the last 2 weeks?
Have you been tested for COVID and have you received your test results?
Have you had any contact with someone that tested positive or was possibly infected with the virus and not tested?
Negative screened Patients- Patients who report “No” to all screening questions will be directed to carry out business as normal at the practice while following the process indicated below.
Positive screened patients- Patients who report “Yes” to any screening questions will have their appointments rescheduled, walk-in patients will be asked to exit the facility.
Patient Flow Process:
Appointment times will be staggered to reduce waiting time exposure as well as patient-to-patient exposure.
The appointed traffic flow staff member will inform when the provider is ready for the treatment. Any accompanying individuals will be required to wait in their respective transportation.
Patients may be subject to screening
All patients requesting product pickup only, will be directed to the existing curbside pickup process.
All staff should don (at minimum) a fitted mask and eye protection during interactions with patients.
In addition, all staff should don gloves as per usual for all medical treatments.
Staff lunches will be staggered in order to minimize the amount of individuals in the break room at one time.
All staff will be required to leave ALL personal belongings in their assigned areas. Personal items will not be allowed in patient lobbies or exam rooms.
Attempts should be made to keep a social distance of at least 6 feet to both patients and staff whenever possible throughout the entire facility including the break room.
Limitation of shared products:
For the time being, pamphlets, paper reading materials, product testers, etc. will be removed from lobbies to prevent contamination.
For the time being, there will be no beverage service in the lobbies.
Sanitation of workstations:
Employees should take great care in the routine sanitation of workstations and work areas at beginning andend of shift. Special care should be taken to frequently touched items such as the entrance and exit door handles, hand washing stations, registration desktop, desk chairs, telephones, keyboards, cell phones, writing utensils, calculators, water bottles, coffee cups, or any other items that are frequently touched throughout the day.
If employees are switching workstations throughout the day to cover breaks, frequently handled surfaces such as registration desktops, desk chairs, phone, keyboards, and writing utensils should be sanitized between employees if possible.
Employees should take great care in exercising excellent hand washing at every available opportunity. If soap and water is not available, hand sanitizer may be substituted.
Hand hygiene should be performed before donning/doffing any personal protective equipment, before and after patient care, before and after eating, before and after touching your face, after using the restroom, and before and after every shift.
Employees who experience any of the COVID 19 screening questions, are exposed to someone with COVID 19, or who cares for someone who has COVID 19 symptoms or who have confirmed COVID 19 symptoms should contact their direct supervisor and plan to stay home for at least 14 days after onset of symptoms or 14 days after exposure.