Guidelines for Pregnancy & CoronavirusRead the latest from ACOG regarding pregnancy guidelines and coronavirus
Important Information About COVID-19 at Women’s Health Alliance
We are now seeing all patients.
Updated June 21, 2022
At Women’s Health Alliance, we are taking proactive measures to help ensure the health and safety of our patients. We have adjusted visitor access and screening tools:
- Masks are optional for patients and visitors.
- All patients and visitors will be screened upon arrival.
- To reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses, we are continuing to follow the CDC guidelines to better protect our patients, staff and you.
- If you are experiencing any symptoms of illness, you may be asked to reschedule your visit until you are symptom-free.
- We are unable to test or treat for any communicable diseases, including COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Please refer to the CDC for further information and to keep updated of developing recommendations. Self-quarantine is strongly recommended if you have any symptoms, have been exposed, or recently traveled. Pregnant patients should pay close attention to the recommendations regarding social distancing and limiting travel. Please refer to ACOG for updated guidelines regarding pregnancy and COVID-19.
Thank you for your patience and support in reducing the spread of germs and protecting the health of our patients, staff and you.
Pregnancy and COVID-19 Resources
For confirmation of pregnancy and 20 week anatomy sonograms, we will now allow ONE support person to accompany the patient. They must be screened at check in and be wearing a mask.
From the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Practice Advisory: READ THE LATEST UPDATE FROM ACOG
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), is the nation’s leading group of physicians providing health care for women. As a private, voluntary, nonprofit membership organization of more than 58,000 members, ACOG strongly advocates for quality health care for women, maintains the highest standards of clinical practice and continuing education of its members, promotes patient education, and increases awareness among its members and the public of the changing issues facing women’s health care. www.acog.org
From the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine
SMFM: Provider Considerations for Engaging in COVID-19 Vaccine Counseling With Pregnant and Lactating Patients
Established in 1977, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) is a non-profit, membership organization based in Washington, DC. With more than 5,000 physicians, scientists and women’s health professionals around the world, the Society supports the clinical practice of maternal-fetal medicine by providing education, promoting research, and engaging in advocacy to optimize the health of high-risk pregnant women and their babies. www.smfm.org