Health & Safety
Safety Practices and Guidelines - April 2023 Update
As you may be aware, the statewide mask mandate in Washington will be lifted starting Monday, April 4, 2023. While this is a positive development, we assure you that our clients and staff’s health and safety remain our top priority.
The Department of Health (DOH) continues to recommend the use of masks for patients, healthcare providers, and visitors in healthcare settings, including our business. Therefore, we will require masks to be worn in our lobby and therapy rooms until further notice, in compliance with DOH guidelines and CDC guidance.
Licensed healthcare facilities are required to have infection prevention policies and programs consistent with CDC guidance. As a licensed healthcare facility, we are committed to implementing infection prevention policies and programs consistent with best practices to safeguard the health of our clients and staff. We will continue to monitor the situation and update our policies as needed.
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in this matter and remain committed to providing you with the highest quality of care possible.
Please do not hesitate to approach me with any questions or concerns and thank you for your continued support.
Covid-19 Safety Practices and Guidelines
DO NOT COME IF YOU HAVE OR HAVE HAD WITHIN THE PAST 72 HOURS ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:
*We do realize that the mandate has changed. However, the Healthcare Department still requires masks to be worn, and massage is considered Healthcare. So, Three Tree Wellness Center requires masks to be still worn unless you present us with proof of a medical condition from a doctor stating that the mask mandate is waived.
- Temperature of 100 degrees or more, or 2 degrees above your normal.
- Your temperature should be normal, without taking any medications to lower it, for 72 hours before your appointment.
- New cough
- Sore throat
- Unusual fatigue
- Muscle aches all over
- Chills or shaking due to chills
- Loss of sense of smell or taste
- New or unusual headache
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE UNUSUAL SYMPTOMS, CONTACT YOUR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROVIDER.
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or are experiencing any of these symptoms, we ask you to wait and schedule at a later date, at least 14 days from exposure.