To all our patients, friends and community,
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to make sure our patients know that we are always there for them 24/7 for anything they need. Our hearts go out to all the people who have been affected by this crisis.
Essential visits will still be seen immediately. At the recommendation of the CDC, state and local officials, we have suspended all elective surgery, procedures and treatments until May 4th, which is the target date for the end of the shelter-in-place order.
Until May 4th, we are offering video consultations with our doctors and nurses as well as 20% off all skincare orders.
Patient visits can be scheduled for May 4th or later, subject to change related to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place.
To contact our office, please call 925-736-0401 or submit a form on our website.
Stay safe, stay, home and be a responsible citizen!
– Dr. Brett Stompro & Dr. Chester Cheng
- Suspension of all elective surgery, procedures and treatments as recommended by CDC, state and local officials
- Only essential medical appointments may be seen
- Only essential employees come to work and comply with guidelines of keeping 6 feet apart while wearing gloves and masks
- Scheduling patient visits for May 4th, subject to change
ARPSMA Office Environmental Safety Protocol:
- Each employee is responsible for cleaning personal workspaces (desk services, telephones, computer keyboards, clipboards, pens, seats, drawers, etc.) in the morning and prior to leaving.
- Employees must wash their hands throughout the day with warm water for 20 secons with soap and or utilize alcohol-based hand sanitizer rub. Especially after using the bathroom and before and after eating.
- Clean each patient room after each patient has left. This includes wiping down all surfaces (beds, chairs, counter surfaces, sink fixtures, and door knobs) that patient could have come in contact with.
- Healthcare providers (doctors, nurses and clinical team) are to utilize universal precautions including Gel In/ Gel Out protocol in which you gel your hands as you enter the patient room and gel out as you leave the patient room, wearing mask and gloves at all times.