We Are Open for In-Person and Non-Contact Services: Coronavirus Response at Link Audiology
Your health and safety as our patient is always our #1 priority. Life is stressful enough right now without hearing difficulties, so we are doing our best to keep you connected to the ones you love. Since the stay-at-home order was issued in Washington State, we felt it necessary to switch to non-contact services temporarily for the protection of our patients and staff. Since then, we continue to offer non-contact appointments when possible. Other precautions have included…
- Our lobby is open on a limited basis. Hearing aid services are available via drop box and remote programming for contact-free options. Please call 360-551-4800 or email when dropping your hearing aid in the box or if you would like to activate remote programming on your hearing aids.
- All equipment is wiped down with antimicrobial wipes between appointments. Door handles, countertops, and other surfaces are also sanitized regularly.
- HEPA air filters have been installed in exam rooms to circulate and clean the air.
- All employees wash hands upon entering and before leaving rooms.
- Gloves and masks are used regularly.
- Employees and patients are encouraged to stay home when sick or running a fever.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call us at 360-551-4800.
If you are showing signs or symptoms of the flu, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breathe, please call your primary care provider and call 360-551-4800 to reschedule your appointment.
We have gotten our vaccines to help protect our patients and staff from coronavirus. Now we’re looking forward to Vax Day in Washington State, on April 15th, when vaccines will be available for everyone 16 years or older! Do you have questions about vaccine safety? Listen to the expert panel discuss safety and efficacy or visit the DOH frequently-asked questions site for answers.
Update: Mask Requirements (March, 2022)
We understand that the mask requirements in Washington State have changed. But Washington State’s new mask requirements do still require masks in healthcare settings, even though they are no longer required in many other settings. Patients and accompanying family are still required to wear masks. Employees are also following the same protocol we established in 2021.