How We are Protecting You
Safety and Cleanliness in our Clinic.
Safety is our utmost concern and we are following all Rhode Island Department of Health Guidelines. All surfaces are being disenfected during and after hours on a daily basis. You must schedule an appointment, wear a mask on site, and children and patients with disabilities who require assistance from a caregiver can have one visitor.
Before entering the clinic patients will be screened at the door and your temperature will be taken. Everyone over the age of 2+ is required to wear a mask on site at all times; making sure both your nose and mouth are covered, as illustrated. Click here Spanish and Portuguese. In our waiting rooms have all seats 6 feet apart, and limiting the amount of staff and patients on site.
Employee Health & Education
All BVCHC staff self-screen at home before coming to work, employees that are sick stay home. We are keeping our staff educated and protected. We have employee education and meetings regularly. We have regular meetings and updates with the RI Department of Health.
We are disinfecting all exams in-between patients, and all other surfaces disenfected serveral times through the day.
- Entrances & Front Lobby
- Exam Rooms
- Nurse & MA Stations
Children and patients with disabilities who require assistance from a caregiver can bring one visitor. Visitors will need to be sure you have not traveled outside of the United States in the last 14 days, have not had direct contact with anyone who tested positive for Coronavirus and are healthy. We cannot allow anyone to enter our buildings if you have a fever, cough or other COIVD-19 symptoms.
We offer COVID-19 testing on site at 39 East Avenue, Pawtucket and 1000 Broad Street, Central Falls. To keep everyone safe; we have a separate Entry and Exit. If and when we have are presented with a Positive case, all areas are shut down and terminal cleaned.