PA GI is scheduling in-person visits for established and new patients. In addition, we are performing essential and elective procedures at our endoscopy center. Scheduled infusion services are also available. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility during this unprecedented healthcare crisis. We are committed to providing care to our patients throughout this crisis and into the future. Remain in good health - the Providers and Staff of PA GI
COVID-19 Precautions At PA GI
What Screening Is Being Done?
Anyone entering the PA GI office or procedure center will be screened for temperature. We ask that everyone follow social distancing practices during visits to the office or endoscopy center.
Must I Wear A Mask?
Yes. Patients and essential visitors must wear a mask while in the PA GI offices or procedure facility.
Is PA GI Following CDC Guidelines?
To protect the health and safety of our patients and staff, we are continuing to follow all CDC guidelines. Our staff will wear face masks at all times. We will continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect exam rooms prior to each patient visit.
Can Someone Come With Me To My Appointment?
We ask that patients restrict the number of people who come. Only essential visitors will be allowed to accompany patients.
Is PA GI Offering Telemedicine Visits?
Yes, for established patients who are high-risk patients or immunocompromised, we do offer Telemedicine appointments.
How Do I Arrange For A Telemedicine Appointment?
Please contact our office to schedule your appointment. You can call, email or log on to the patient portal. See our appointment page for more information.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Should I Get Vaccinated?
The vaccines currently available for COVID-19 are safe and effective in preventing the spread of the virus. The CDC recommends that all eligible people get vaccinated; doing so can help in preventing you from getting COVID-19.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has declared that anyone, age 16 and older, is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Patients with pre-existing conditions should consult their primary care providers to discuss any concerns or questions they have related to getting vaccinated.