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  1. Have you traveled outside of the United States or come in contact with a person who has traveled outside of the United States and is ill within the last 21 days? Have you traveled inside of the United States to an area known to have COVID-19 or come in contact with a person who has traveled to such areas in the United States and is ill within the last 21 days?
  2. If yes, Are you having symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, and have a fever or feel like you have a fever? 


​Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

​Prevention & Preparedness


BTAMC is restricting patient companions at visits. If a companion is needed by the patient please keep to one, if the patient needs assistance. All others are asked to wait in the car. The exception to this is our pediatric patients. We are asking to limit to one parent/guardian for the visit.


 This is to help protect patients and staff during the coronavirus outbreak.

 Remember – we can do this together!

PLEASEcall the office before coming in if any of the following apply to you (This includes the Walk In Clinic). This is a CDC recommendation in order to decrease the spread of the coronavirus. People are being advised nationwide to call any medical facility whether it is a provider’s office, a Walk In Clinic, Med Express, Urgent Care, Emergency Room or lab facility before going in person. This is being done in an attempt to contain the virus.  

 We will review the following questions with you and advise you as to what you need to do. 

The Pfizer vaccine is for ages 16 and over.
Moderna and J&J vaccine is for ages 18 and over.

We, at the Broad Top offices, have Moderna vaccines. This is given in a two shot series. The second shot is due 28 to 42 days after the first shot.

Please contact our office to schedule a vaccination appointment and for any further questions.

If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, please follow the steps below to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.