At Pace Pediatric Therapy, safety is our highest priority. We are committed to protecting staff, patients and family members. When illness occurs in your household resulting in the cancellation of an in-person appointment, Pace is happy to offer you a virtual appointment via telehealth.
We appreciate keeping visitors at a minimum in order to reduce the risk of exposure between patients, visitors and staff. We understand that circumstances exist whereby more than the patient’s caregiver must also be present. Our waiting area will accommodate such visitors.
Our staff will discuss and abide by your mask preference. Additional personal protective equipment will be used when deemed appropriate (gloves, gowns, face shields, etc).
On April 3, 2023 Oregon lifted the mask requirement for health care settings. While masks are no longer required, they are encouraged especially for those who have a difficult time covering their coughs and for providers when working with immunosuppressed children. Our providers and staff will work closely with you and your family to ensure that safety remains a top priority and your concerns and needs are met.
Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk and various locations throughout the clinic.
Everyone is asked to sanitize their hands when they enter the clinic. In addition, each therapist washes or sanitizes their hands before and after each patient encounter. Exam rooms are fully cleaned and disinfected between each patient.
If you are having any signs or symptoms of illness, please call and reschedule your appointment. It’s important to remain at home when sick and not return to therapy until fever-free (without fever-reducing medication) for at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. If you must cancel an appointment due to a sibling being ill, please consider our telehealth services.