Wasatch Infusion is open for business and committed to the health and wellbeing of our patients. COVID-19 has prompted us to implement a broader screening process and more robust sanitation procedures that are in the best interest of our staff and patients, especially those who are immunodeficient.
- Employees are required to report COVID-19 exposure or symptoms immediately and must quarantine until they test negative
- All employees and guests are required to wear masks at all times when in common areas and throughout all clinical areas of the building
- Floor stickers remind all employees and guests to social distance a minimum of 6 feet
- Additional COVID-19 Safety Reminders have been placed throughout our facilities and patient rooms
- Hand sanitizer and gloves are available for all employees and guests at all times
- Our electronic intake system is sanitized after every use
- Each one of our private suites is sanitized after every patient visit, including all door handles, chairs, tables, and other surfaces
- Additional sanitization is done by after-hours cleaning crews
- You must wear a COVID-19 type mask upon entering our facility, and throughout your infusion. If you do not have a mask, one can be provided to you.
- You may be asked to sanitize your hands during your visit.
- We will take your temperature immediately upon entering the facility. If you have a fever of 100.4 or higher, you may be screened further regarding your current condition or asked to reschedule your appointment.
- Guests and children will not be permitted into the facility unless they are providing the patient with mobility assistance.
- Do you have any symptoms of COVID–19 (CORONAVIRUS)?
- Have you had close contact with someone with a known or suspected case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
In addition, we are increasing our safety recommendations for all patients, employees, and visitors:
- Practice proper hygiene, including frequent hand washing and sanitizing
- Wearing a surgical mask to avoid exposure where appropriate
- Keeping appropriate social distances (6-10 feet if possible)
- Follow local governmental suggestions and mandates per the State of Utah.