MARPOLE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC PATIENT COMMUNICATION PLATFORM
Out of an abundance of caution, and because we believe it is our civic duty, we are closing the clinic to in-person patient visits effective immediately. We anticipate re-opening on Monday March 30th at 7am. This date may change in due course. We are still open and available for help on the phone, email, voicemail and online Telephysio sessions.
At this moment in time, we want to ensure you that none of our staff, or patients have displayed any COVID-19 symptoms. We would like to keep it this way!
Our collective responsibility is to each other, and to those who are at higher risk, and so we encourage each of us to be be emotionally close, even as we are socially distant for the next days.
We will be reaching out to our patients shortly, with options for support while we are self-isolating. FREE online physiotherapy options are AVAILABLE. Please email TeleRehab@marpolephysio.com.
Of course always welcome to e-mail at our regular office addres us with any needs you may have at: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message at 604.263.4414
We especially would like to hear from any of our patients or new clients who have acute needs, as we may be able to assist you in-person for acute cases, on a case by case basis.
May I take this opportunity to wish each of you health and wellness during this time of uncertainty, and also thank you for your loyalty to our clinic over the past 25 years and longer. It will take a village to get through this pandemic, and we want to be part of yours.
See you in a few days,
Gordon Bohlmann Clinic Owner.
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