Patients are currently being seen via Telehealth. If the current leveling off of cases continues, it is anticipated that limited in-person appointments will again become available towards the end of September.
From UT Southwestern's current forecasting data:
Hospitalizations continue to decline in the region, driven by declining admissions among older patient groups, though the rate of decline is slowing, and pediatric admissions remain elevated. Over the next several weeks, the total number of people hospitalized for COVID19 is expected to remain relatively flat in Dallas and Tarrant Counties. The Dallas County Health and Human Services COVID-19 risk level is still orange, and Tarrant County Public Health’s advisory level is still high. Indoor masking is encouraged for everyone at this time. Infection rates are still elevated, and the Rt value is now around 1, indicating transmission speeds are rising again. Test positivity rates are still high and are increasing in school-aged groups. Based on these trends, our medium-term forecast predicts that hospitalization growth may resume in the fall.
When in-person appointments resume, only a limited number of in-person appointments will be scheduled per day, and those appointments must be explicitly scheduled in advance. Prior to scheduling an in-person appointment, patients are asked to:
Even once in-person sessions have resumed, Telehealth will remain open as an option to all patients should they feel unwell, or if they simply prefer the convenience of Telehealth sessions.
You can view additional information and recommended precautions by clicking on the images below.
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