COVID-19 Safety Procedures

UPDATE | July 29, 2021

To our Patients:

As a healthcare organization, The Rose will continue to follow the CDC guidelines regarding social distancing and safety precautions related to COVID-19. However, as of July 29, there are a few updates to our policy, as outlined below:

    • To ensure your safety and wellbeing, we will continue to require masks for all of our patients, as well as our technologists.
    • We are reinstating temperature checks upon entering our facilities and will continue to have patients fill out our COVID questionnaire.
    • We are reinstating our no visitor policy.
    • We will continue to follow social distancing guidelines.
    • We are increasing our cleaning frequency.

Your health is our top priority, and we remain confident that we will serve you in a safe and efficient manner.

If you have any questions about this, please do not hesitate to contact us at 281-484-4708.

Precautions & Safety Procedures

    • We are scheduling patients carefully to allow time for enhanced cleaning and social distancing. Only essential employees are allowed in the building.
    • Our process has patients checking in at the front desk. Only one patient at a time is allowed in the lobby; the employee will ask the screening questions recommended by the CDC. Patients are also screened at the time of confirming their appointments.
    • Once the examination area is cleared of the previous patient, and the patient is screened, the patient is able to proceed to the examination room for services.
    • Employees and onsite security staff are assigned to monitor doors to control traffic into the building.
    • All employees and physicians who are providing direct patient care are fully suited with PPE, including face shields, gloves, protective gowns, and masks.  Anyone entering the building is required to wear a mask; staff members handling support duties are masked and gloved. Patients are provided an appropriate mask upon arrival if they are using cloth masks.
    • For our Mobile Mammography Program, initially, we will only partner with those medical clinics, physician offices, or FQHCs, which are following the same safety precautions. They are responsible for screening the patient and keeping the patient in a 'holding' area until the coach is cleared of any other patient. Only those partners who are equally concerned about patient safety and have demonstrated they are following the CDC recommendations will be considered.

Essentially, the following is a list of the enhanced safety precautions that have been implemented:

    1. Personal Protective Equipment provided for patients and staff;
    2. Examination room and mammography system deep cleaned after every exam;
    3. COVID questionnaire answered by all patients and employees and physicians at check-in;
    4. Reduced Patient volume, guaranteeing no contact with another patient from reception to departure;
    5. Pre-appointment patient screening, and if positive to any questions, procedure is canceled;
    6. Clearly marked signage and spaces to ensure social distancing;
    7. Physical barriers (temporary glass partitions) installed between patient and staff;
    8. Clearly marked signage at entrance and check-in about safety initiatives being taken to address COVID-19 during examinations;
    9. Information is being added to our website about safety initiatives as well as notice of limited scheduling.

 

Mobile Coach Precautions

    1. All motor coaches are equipped with exhaust vents specifically designed for infection control, and exchange cabin air every 3-5 minutes.
    2. All three fans will be turned on when more than one occupant is on board.
    3. All motor coaches are equipped with anti-microbial medical grade surfaces and hospital grade high-performance HEPA filter media A/C filters.

 

COVID-19 Vaccines & Screening Mammograms

You may have seen the news suggesting that a reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine could cause lumps that may be detected by a mammogram. Dr. Cotes, explains what you need to know and why you want to let our medical staff know if you've recently had the vaccine.

Early detection through routine screenings gives us the best chance to fight breast cancer, and a delay in this screening is simply not worth the risk.

Procedimientos de seguridad COVID-19 

ACTUALIZAR | 29 de julio de 2021

A nuestros pacientes:

Como organización de atención médica, The Rose continuará siguiendo las pautas de la CDC con respecto al distanciamiento social y las precauciones de seguridad relacionadas con COVID-19; sin embargo, a partir del 29 de julio, hay algunas actualizaciones de nuestra política, como se describe a continuación:

    • Para garantizar su seguridad y bienestar, continuaremos exigiendo máscaras para todos nuestros pacientes, así como para nuestros tecnólogos.
    • Estamos restableciendo los chequeos de temperatura al ingresar a nuestras instalaciones y continuaremos haciendo que los pacientes completen nuestro cuestionario COVID.
    • No permitermos que pasen visitantes, solo pacientes.
    • Continuaremos siguiendo pautas de distanciamiento social y estamos aumentando nuestra frecuencia de limpieza.

Su salud es nuestra principal prioridad y confiamos en que lo atenderemos de manera segura y eficiente.

Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre esto, no dude en comunicarse con nosotros al 281-484-4708.

 

Precauciones y procedimientos de seguridad

  1. Siguiendo los protocolos y recomendaciones del gobierno
  2. Equipo de protección personal provisto para pacientes y personal
  3. Limpieza profunda de la sala de examinación y sistema de mamografía después de cada examen
  4. Volumen reducido del paciente, garantizando que no hay contacto con otro paciente desde la recepción hasta la salida
  5. Particiones de vidrio temporal instaladas entre paciente y personal
  6. Cancelación de cita si positivo a cualquier pregunta de detección

 

Precauciones adicionales en los autobúses

  1. Todos los autobuses están equipados con respiraderos de escape diseñados específicamente para el control de infecciones y el intercambio de aire de la cabina cada 3-5 minutos.
  2. Los tres ventiladores se encenderán cuando haya más de un ocupante a bordo.
  3. Todos los autobuses están equipados con superficies antimicrobianas de grado médico y filtros de aire acondicionado HEPA de alto rendimiento de grado hospitalario.

 

Vaccunas de COVID-19 y Examenes de Mamografia con Dr. Cotes

Es posible que haya visto las noticias que una reacción a la vacuna COVID-19 podría causar bultos que pueden ser detectados por una mamografía. El Dr. Cotes, explica lo que necesita saber y por qué desea informar a nuestro personal médico si se ha vacunado recientemente.

La detección temprana a través de exámenes de rutina nos brinda la mejor oportunidad de combatir el cáncer de mama, y una demora en este examen simplemente no vale la pena correr el riesgo.

Our Mission
Saving lives through quality breast health services, advocacy and access to care for all.