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Eastside COVID-19 Update

While we are in the midst of the pandemic, we at EAMC are devoted to continuing the care of our patients. In our quest to continue care in a safe environment for our staff as well as our clients, your visits to the hospital may look a little different than in the past. We are embracing the social distancing approach in a way that allows us to continue the care of your pet while keeping all parties as safe as possible. Thank you for helping us continue to serve you and your furry family members during this crisis. Below is our current plan for keeping everyone's exposure to a minimum.

What our clients should do when they arrive at the hospital with patients:

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  • Remain in your vehicle with your animal. Eastside Vet COVID-19/Coronavirus Updates
  • Care professionals associated with your appointment will discuss your needs by phone when you arrive. At the end of the phone conversation, a care professional will come to the parking lot to bring your pet into the building for evaluation.
  • After the medical team evaluates your animal, you will receive a phone call to discuss recommendations and a plan moving forward. Verbal consent for treatment and details surrounding financial estimates will be authorized via this phone call.
  • Shortly thereafter you will receive a phone call from a customer service representative to obtain a deposit (if indicated) via one of our payment methods: VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or care credit are preferred, but cash or check (GP Clients only) will also be accepted.
  • Updates will be given regularly via phone by your medical team.
  • Once care of your animal is complete, the discharge process will be discussed and any remaining balance will be collected prior to the discharge of your animal from the hospital.
  • It is important to note that there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 within the veterinary hospital at this time.