Our priority is to protect our patients, staff and faculty. These are the changes we have made in our clinic to deliver cancer care safely during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Everyone who enters the building must be screened. Children younger than 18 are not allowed to accompany patients.
Please use one of the patient entrances when you arrive. The patient entrances are located:
At each entrance, our staff will ask everyone to answer COVID-19 screening questions and will take everyone’s temperature. If you are cleared for entry, you will be given a band that you must wear while in the building.
Please do not use the administration entrance on the west side of the building. It is reserved for staff and providers only and requires badge access.
Everyone on the premises is required to wear a mask or cloth face covering
Your mask or cloth face covering must fit snugly. It should cover your nose and mouth. Avoid adjusting your mask while wearing it.
Currently NM State COVID-19 numbers are decreasing, so we are now allowing one visitor, over the age of 18, to accompany a patient. Children younger than 18 are not allowed to accompany patients.
Caregivers aged 18 years or older may be allowed for these patients:
Any approved visitor must be COVID-19 symptom-free and wear a mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times while in the building.
Everyone in the building must follow safe social distancing practices.
If you would like to convert your visit to a telephone or virtual visit, please let our staff know. We will need to check with your doctor before we can convert your visit.
We clean and disinfect more often.