A note to our patients regarding COVID-19

Dear patients of PSRC,

We are open and operating under normal business hours, continuing to provide quality care for our patients.

*Massage therapy is still available, however there will be modified hours to see Shelby. She will only be taking patients on the weekend for the upcoming weeks, until Goffstown schools reconvene.

If you have a scheduled appointment, please plan to keep this appointment unless you are experiencing symptoms like fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath.

As you are aware, COVID-19 cases are growing in the United States and we would like to take any preventative measures possible to avoid the spread of the coronavirus in our community. If you are scheduled for an upcoming appointment, please call us as soon as possible if you …

  • Have traveled outside the country in the last three weeks;
  • Are experiencing symptoms of illness, such as a fever, cough, cold or difficulty breathing;
  • May have been exposed to someone with the coronavirus.  (Note: “A person who tested positive for COVID-19, which was announced March 13, involved the Manchester branch of the NH Division of Motor Vehicles at 377 South Willow Street in Manchester.” See NH State Info link below for details)

For your own protection and the protection of others, we will postpone your appointment and reschedule it for a later date.

We want to reassure you we have intensified our protocol for sanitizing our office, including the cleaning of our exam chairs, testing equipment and reception area.

We appreciate your understanding of our precautionary measures. We will continue to stay informed by the guidance of state and federal authorities, so we can be prepared to make real-time decisions for the well-being of our patients, staff and community.

We want to help you find the most accurate information available to keep yourself, and our community safe. Please check these link…because knowing is half the battle!

Helpful Links
– CDC Symptoms
– CDC Prevention
– CDC If you are sick
– New Hampshire State Info

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to call us.

Yours in health,
Dr. Eric O’Connell & PSRC Staff

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