*******UPDATE :To Our Valued Patients: RE Coronavirus Pandemic******
As of March 19th, 2020 we have temporarily suspended all patient visits for Fryer Dermatology until at least April 27th, 2020 All appointments are being rescheduled for that date and beyond. Please be assured that none of our providers or staff are ill. However, we feel, at this critical time, it is necessary to temporarily suspend the practice to protect our patients, our staff, and our society as a whole.
We are not going anywhere, though. On weekdays there will be someone receiving routine calls to assist you with future appointments and related questions. This staff person will be in touch with the doctors so that any clinical questions can be answered. Our answering service continues to field after hours emergency calls.
Should you need to have a "visit" with the doctor during this brief hiatus we have the ability to do a virtual office visit through means of a real time video phone call or web call. Virtual visits are covered by insurance and billed to during this crisis. If you would like to schedule a virtual visit you may do so by calling the office during the day or by emailing us your request at [email protected] Please indicate your name, date of birth and cell phone number in this email. We may ask for updated insurance information as well.
One of us will set up a mutually convenient time with you. We usually do them late in the day during the week.
**Please note this is a service for established patients only**
Rest assured we will be back in full force as soon as possible. We hope for that to be April 27th. We realize that date may be fluid based on the evolving situation. Please continue to schedule office visits for skin cancer screenings and routine office procedures - we can always adapt the date based on any changing circumstances.
Please accept our apologies for these frustrating but necessary modifications. Above all we want you to know how much we value your patronage and how deeply concerned we are for all of you and your families during these trying times.
For now, stay home and stay safe.