How mobile health care providers can help reduce your covid-19 risk

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It is amazing how much can change in one year. In 2021, with social distancing requirements now part of the norm, it has become increasingly difficult for many people to access the health services they need. This is a huge part of the reason I was inspired to start Hear at Home Audiology.

With many hospitals and healthcare clinics around the country packed with patients exposed to Covid-19, we have turned to alternative methods to stay connected. And while home visits do not eliminate the risk of exposure to the virus for patients, they greatly reduce it.

For our home visits, we follow CDC Covid-19 regulations, and in addition have our own practice rules to reduce risk of exposure and spread. This includes regular PCR Covid-19 tests for all employees, utilizing appropriate PPE gear including use of KN-95 masks when entering a patient’s home, and remaining a safe distance when possible, during an appointment.

In addition to home visits, remote hearing services have become a convenient and safe way to receive hearing care. While hearing tests and some other hearing services cannot be offered remotely, we are able to remotely provide many patients with the help they need without ever stepping foot in their home.

Get peace of mind knowing that your Covid-19 risk is greatly reduced by staying in your own home to receive hearing care. Have a comfortable and convenient “no-waiting-room” experience on your living room couch by calling us for a free hearing test and hearing aid consultation.

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