Dear Valued Patients of Affiliated Foot & Ankle Care,
We want to inform our patients about what we are doing to help our patients and our staff stay safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to provide treatment of infections, injuries, ulcerations, and post-operative care in the office by appointment, as it is very important to keep these patients out of urgent care facilities and hospital emergency departments to limit the risk of exposure.
We are carefully triaging each currently scheduled patient in order to determine the need for face-to-face care as well as to assure that patients with immunocompromised conditions, patients experiencing cough or fever, or that have been exposed to individuals who may be positive for COVID-19 are rescheduled. We are taking all of the necessary precautions recommended by the CDC to protect the health and safety of our patients and staff.
As an alternative to visiting the office, we are pleased to offer patients the option to be treated via Telehealth Services (using FaceTime, Skype or phone call). If you are interested in this option, please contact the office at 732.662.3050 and we will set up a Telehealth appointment for you right away.
At this time we have temporarily reduced our hours until further notice, please see below. If you have an urgent matter and need to speak to one of our doctors after hours, please call the office number and follow the instructions to connect you to one of our doctors.
Temporary Reduced Office Hours:
Please do your part to slow the spread of this virus by staying home, washing your
Doctors and Staff of Affiliated Foot & Ankle Care
2163 Oak Tree Road
Edison, New Jersey, 08820
294 Applegarth Road
Monroe, New Jersey, 08831
1 Executive Drive
Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, 08852
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