COVID-19

If you are an existing patient and are sick or feel that you may have been exposed to COVID-19, please CALL or TEXT us at 903-957-0275. We will set you up with a televisit to help! For more information, visit our TELEVISIT page.
Our office is doing most patient visits now via televisits. For those patients who require an in-office visit, we are screening all patients for infection before the appointment. Patients will receive a call with these screening questions. If any of the symptoms are present or you are at risk for possible infection, we will ask to reschedule your appointment OR convert your appointment to a televisit.
 
We are asking all patients to NOT bring any other visitors to the clinic unless the patient is a minor. Also, please call or text the office upon your arrival. Our front doors are locked now during business hours to protect our patients and staff. When the nursing staff is ready for you, we will call you to come to the door. Staff will check your temperature. If your temperature is 99F or higher, you will be asked to reschedule OR your visit converted to a televisit. Cloth masks will be given to all patients upon arrival and collected for sterilization following the visit.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

what should i do if i am sick?

What should I do if I am sick?
  1. Stay at home. Most patients have mild to moderate symptoms and will not require a hospital visit.

  2. Isolate yourself from other family members.

  3. Contact your healthcare provider by calling their office.

  4. Avoid public transportation or riding in a vehicle with someone else.

  5. Cover your coughs and sneezes.

  6. Wash hands frequently with soap & water or at least 60% alcohol hand sanitizer.

  7. Monitor your symptoms and stay in touch with your healthcare provider. 

Learn more by visiting the CDC page here.

when should i seek medical attention?

If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19, seek medical attention immediately. Some of the signs include:

  • trouble breathing or significant shortness of breath

  • persistent pain or pressure in the chest

  • new confusion or inability to arouse

  • bluish lips or fax

If you need to seek medical attention or call first responders, please WEAR A MASK and advise them of your suspicions before they arrive.

HOURS

Monday-Thursday

8:30AM-4:30PM

Friday

​8:30AM-12:00PM

 

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230 East Evergreen St.
Sherman, TX 75090


 

CONNECT​

info@drdeanstrobel.com

Tel: 903.957.0275

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