COVID-19 UPDATE: 6/9/20
Please click here to view a video addressing some FAQs about Labor & Delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. It features our very own Dr. Bubier!
In light of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are taking extra precautions to
ensure that our patients remain safe and healthy during visits to our office. We also want to
keep our staff and providers healthy, so that we can continue to care for our patients.
If you or a household member (spouse, child, live-in relative, etc) is experiencing fever, or other
cold/flu-like symptoms, or if you or a household member has had a positive COVID 19 test, please do NOT come to the office. Instead, please call us and we can guide you through recommendations and rescheduling.
Now that we have seen a lower prevalence of COVID 19 in our area, and as restrictions are being slowly lifted in the Denver area, we will be allowing ONE visitor for our OBSTETRICAL ULTRASOUND APPOINTMENTS ONLY, starting on June 8th. We are asking patients to NOT bring any visitors to routine obstetrical or gynecological appointments (this includes children).
For those patients who will be coming into the office, please read the following:
Please wear a mask when you come in for any appointment, especially ultrasound appointments. We do not have enough to give out, so please wear one from home.
We are limiting our waiting room to 8-10 people. If we see that the waiting room is getting too full, then we will ask you to wait in your car or outside the office and we will call you up when room is available for you.
We are checking temperatures on all patients that come into the office and if yours is elevated, we will ask you to reschedule.
We ask that you call to set up any future appointments after you are seen in the office.
For those patients that will be going to the hospitals for surgery, labor and delivery, or
postpartum care, know that ALL the hospitals are enacting mitigation techniques to reduce the
spread of this virus.
There will be only one or two entry sites at all hospitals, usually the main entrance and the Emergency Room.
Everyone will be screened upon entering the hospital for symptoms of the virus
Patients are only allowed to have one visitor, they will be screened upon entry into the
hospital as well.
Please watch this video from SkyRidge for some additional information:
In addition, you may reference the following websites for the most up to date information:
Thank you again for your understanding in this unprecedented time. Please know that we care
about each of you and we want to keep everyone safe who comes into the office and protect our staff as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call us at