Coronavirus: Ensuring patient and staff safety

New Steps in Service Delivery

Moody Clinic may look a bit different the next time you visit and that’s because we continue to implement measures to ensure the safety of our patients, families and staff. We all bear the responsibility to protect our health and the health of those around us. 


We will continue to provide telehealth services for those patients who are candidates until further notice. We are cautiously opening our doors to serve our most vulnerable patients who have not received necessary treatment for almost two months.  

Screening

Social Distancing

Screening

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Every patient, caregiver and employee is screened upon arrival. You will be asked to answer a series of symptom- and exposure-related questions for yourself and your child, as well as have your child’s temperature taken. 

Masking

Social Distancing

Screening

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After you pass the screening process, you will be asked to put on a mask if you are not already wearing one and you should wear it for the duration of your visit at the clinic. Children will also be asked to wear a mask. You will also be instructed to wash your hands after entering the facility. 

Social Distancing

Social Distancing

Social Distancing

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Until further notice, only patients will be allowed in our facility. It is required that children be picked up and dropped off at the clinic entrance unless it is determined there is legitimate medical need for the parent to enter the facility.

English Version

Staff has created a short and simple video you can show your kids. The video explains what they can expect once they come back to Moody Clinic for therapy. 

Spanish Version

El personal ha creado un vídeo corto y simple que puede mostrar a sus hijos que explica lo que pueden esperar una vez que vuelvan a Moody Clinic para terapia. 

“There is no denying that COVID-19 has had an impact in our country and our community. Moody Clinic is taking the proper precautions. We are adhering to all health protocols set by the Texas Department of State Health Services in addition to our own strict guidelines. We are all in this together.”


--Jessica Cuevas, ED