Soul Surgery continues to monitor federal, state, and local public health communications on preventing the spread of coronavirus. To prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19, we have revised our business operations to protect the safety and health of our employees and patients.
- We actively encourage sick employees and patients to stay home. Employees who are well and have a sick family member with COVID-19 are directed to notify their supervisor immediately.
- We conduct safe and respectful daily health checks with employees and patients before entering our facility.
- We use social distancing, barrier controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE) at our facilities
- We conduct facility assessments to determine what types of control may be needed or which PPE is required to complete treatment
- We educate employees about steps they can take to protect themselves at home.
- When feasible, we make arrangements to limit employees and patients from using public transportation or ride-sharing. We require all employees and patients using public transportation or ride-sharing to clean their hands as soon as possible after trips.
For a full list of our operations to prevent the spread of coronavirus, call us now.
To view CDC guidelines for business, visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html.
Our patients and their families will continue to have a partner in recovery that they can trust. Those individuals actively seeking professional assistance to treat addiction and/or psychiatric disorders will find a team that is prepared, persevering and dedicated to the Soul Surgery mission to provide the best treatment possible by maintaining a full continuum of care and the broadest range of services in the treatment of substance use and psychiatric disorders.