We Know You've Been Waiting!

We’re here for your health needs and some of you have been helping everyone by waiting for your appointment since early March.

Starting May 1st, we will begin phasing in more appointments to meet your medical needs. If you already have an appointment after May 1st, you should keep it if you have a concern that needs attention. Our clinic will be fully operational for all types of appointments after the Governors Stay at Home order expires, currently May 26th.

To ensure your safety, we are spacing appointments throughout the day to reduce traffic within our building and offering virtual visits. Patients within our building will be roomed very shortly after checking in to eliminate waits in the waiting room. We meticulously clean all surfaces in our clinic, common areas, bathrooms and exams rooms to keep us all safe. We wear masks and perform hand hygiene practices far exceeding CDC recommendations. In the past 6 weeks we have had no cases of COVID-19 positive patients or staff inside our clinic.

Please call or reach out to us with questions or to book an appointment.

Please tell your friends about us! We are accepting new patients every day.

Thanks for helping play such an important role in slowing the spread of this virus within our community. We’re anxious to see you again soon.

Sincerely,

Dr.’s Melius, Schurr, & Cardwell, and whole family of providers and staff at Physicians for Women, Phases Primary Healthcare for Women and The Madison Midwives

Author
Frederic A. Melius, MD, FACOG Founding Partner, Melius, Schurr & Cardwell Physicians for Women

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