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Spotlight: Flowers Mill Veterinary Hospital

Since the state’s re-opening on May 31st, Flowers Mill Vet has taken careful consideration of when and how the hospital will begin to allow clients back into the building with their pets. Closely monitoring the transition back to normalcy, Flowers Mill Vet is hoping to start permitting clients into the building during exams, on June 14th.

As of June 14th, and for the foreseeable future, clients and their pets will continue to wait outside prior to their appointment. One client per patient will be permitted into the building, proceeding straight to the designated exam room. A mask will be mandatory, while in the building. Clients will still have the option to wait outside during the exam, if they prefer. Medication and food pick up will continue to be curbside, to limit cross-traffic.

The safety of clients and staff is a top priority. Steps have been taken to make the transition as safe as possible. Each exam room will be wiped down between each patient, hand sanitizers have been stationed in each exam room and in the lobby, dividers have been placed at the reception desk, and the staff will continue to wear face masks at all times.

The past year has been difficult and challenging, in so many unexpected ways, for so many of us. We appreciate your trust and patience with us during these uncertain times. We will continue working hard to provide the best quality care, while providing the safest environment possible. We are very excited for this step forward and cannot wait to see you inside again!

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date on this transition.

PHOTO CAP: Flowers Mill mascots, Doc and Mac, eagerly await the return of clients inside

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