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COVID-19 Office Update

Covid Update Texas ENT Center

We will resume normal clinic hours effective
Monday May 5th, 2020!

Texas ENT Center is open and available for in-office appointments, allergy testing/injections, limited surgical procedures, hearing tests and telemedicine. Please be confident and comfortable knowing our staff is trained in sanitation and infection control practices. We have always disinfected our equipment before and after each use however with this outbreak we have further expanded our protocols and increased the frequency of cleaning all patient contact areas. Our focus has been and will continue to be providing excellent healthcare. We remain committed to the safety and care of patients, physicians, healthcare personnel and our community.

  • Per our medical board’s Emergency Rule related to Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-19 effective May 1, 2020, everyone will be required to wear a mask before entering our building and your temperature will be taken in our reception area.
  • If you are a new patient, please complete your new patient paperwork ahead of time and email or fax it to 817-431-5031.
  • For all in-office appointments we ask that you come alone. Please leave children at home unless the child is the patient.
  • Please note we have had a reduction in staff.
  • If you need to call our office, please be patient and understand hold times may be longer than normal.

Thank you for your understanding during this challenging time. We are here to serve all your ear, nose, throat and allergy needs.

Telemedicine - Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. We are pleased to announce Texas ENT Center will be able to offer telemedicine services to our patients. Having a virtual visit via real-time interactive audio and video will allow you to access to your physician from the convenience of your home or workplace. Please contact us at 817-431-7985 and our staff will provide you with instructions on the appointment process.
Telemedicine Informed Consent

For the latest COVID-19 updates and Executive Orders:

Center for Disease Control (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Texas Dept. of Health
Executive order relating to hospital capacity during covid-19 crisis
Texas Medical Board Press Release

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