Note to patient’s regarding the recent Covid – 19 pandemic.
We at Oasis are committed to helping you achieve for your goals off starting a family, and hope to continue providing you with the high level of care that you deserve in achieving this goal.
Safeguarding your health and the health of the staff at Oasis Fertility remains our primary objective, while minimizing the disruption caused by the recent health crisis. Please remember that meticulous handwashing is the primary defense against the virus causing Covid 19. You should follow the advice circulated widely in the media regarding the correct procedure of hand hygiene.
We will continue to see patients at our facility unless advised by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta against doing so.
For those patients who are self-isolating at the moment, and in case the government introduce more stringent restrictions to gathering, we will provide videoconferencing facilities by Skype, Zoom or by phone call. We hope to continue to provide initial consults, follow-up and review visits using the above.
The patient’s portal on our website will serve as a primary means of communication between the nursing and administrative teams and you. Your requisitions and prescriptions will be uploaded to your portal, and prescriptions will be faxed or called in to the pharmacy of your choice. Please also see the portal for any messages, and appointments.
We will continue to be see patients who are currently on a treatment cycle, and those who are waiting to start one. We ask that you follow simple guidelines in this case.
Please do not attend and advise the staff if you have a cough, fever, or exposure to anyone with these symptoms. Self-isolation is recommended for anyone who has been out of the country in the last 14 days.
As far as we are aware there are no effects of Covid 19 on pregnancy.
Should you have any concerns about this, we remain available to answer any questions, and encourage you to contact us on email@example.com.
I remain optimistic that this crisis will pass quickly, without any health consequences for you and your families.
Best of luck.