Jill Gottfried, Acupuncture in Falmouth, Massachusetts on Cape Cod
Updated Office Policies and Procedures (7/1/2020)
Please wash your hands after entering the building and before coming into The Healing Point office. Restrooms are in the main hallway.
Please arrive at your appointment time. If you are going to be early (because someone is dropping you off or coming by public transportation) let me know so I can make sure there is a room ready for you. If someone is driving you, please have them wait in their car rather than in the office waiting room.
My Cancellation Policy is more flexible for now. While I’d still like the courtesy of 24 hours notice for changing or cancelling your appointment, if you or someone in your household is ‘not feeling well,’ please contact me to reschedule-there will be no charge. For appointments missed for non-emergency reasons without notice there will still be a full appointment fee charged.
When you arrive check the board for your initials and room number next to it and go directly to that room.The door will be open.
I will be seeing one patient per hour. This means that only you and I are in the office minimizing the number of people that we run into and lessening the risk of spreading any airborne illnesses.
Payment. I accept cash, checks and Zelle as payment for acupuncture services. Zelle is a service that many banks now have as a way to electronically send money to someone. Sign up through your bank.
Face covering. Please wear a mask or cloth face covering upon entering the building & throughout your acupuncture treatment. I will be wearing a face mask during your appointment.
Treatment tables and face rests are fitted with waterproof protectors and are sprayed with sanitizer between each patient. Room will be left empty for at least 1 hour with an air purifier running to help dissipate any airborne germs.
If you know that you have been exposed
to someone with Covid-19,
or have traveled outside the US
or to states where cases of this virus
are high, please schedule your
appointment to follow 14-symptom
free-days after exposure or above travel.
Fortunately, Falmouth, up to now, has not seen the large number of cases other areas have. However, it’s summer and visitors come from all over to enjoy our beautiful town, so I believe we must be abundantly cautious. Not live in fear or dread, just be cautious and aware. When we know more about successful treatments for Covid-19, I will reevaluate these guidelines. For now, and the foreseeable future, I suggest the precautions of physical distancing, wearing face coverings & washing hands. I believe these actions can help keep the number of cases low here on the upper cape.
Jill Gottfried, M.Ac, Lic.Ac
184 Jones Road, Falmouth, MA 02540 Jill@HealingPoint.com (My email hyper-link is disabled due to a huge infllux of spam. I apologize for any inconvenience and I look forward to hearing from you) 508-274-8795