Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork-Presbyterian has made several important changes to keep our patients and staff safe. Below are just some of the new things that you will see at our practices.
The staff of Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork-Presbyterian will work with you to complete registration and safety forms before your arrive. Filling out these forms in advance will help to assure a streamlined and safe visit.
All patients, staff and visitors are required to wear masks. Masks will be available at the entrance to our practices.
By limiting the number of patients in our offices, Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork-Presbyterian provides safe social distancing for our patients throughout their visit.
All patients and visitors are screened on arrival for fever or other symptoms.
Increased cleaning and disinfection protocols have been implemented for all equipment and surfaces between each appointment. Exam rooms are carefully cleaned after each patient.
Please review the following updates we have made to your patient experience. For more detailed information on how to prepare for your upcoming appointment, click here.
All registration and safety forms should be completed in advance of your appointment. For a list of safety forms, click here. Email the completed form(s) to email@example.com. If you need assistance filling out the form, please contact our Access Center at (212) 746-6000.
Arrive at the time of your appointment. Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork-Presbyterian is limiting the number of patients in our offices at any given time. Patients who arrive early may be asked to return at the time they are scheduled.
Unless needed for physical assistance or to translate for you, visitors are not allowed to accompany patients at any of our practices. For pediatric patients, one parent may accompany a child. Click here to review our full visitor policy.
Wearing the right clothing may eliminate the need for you to change into a gown prior to your exam.
Our clinical staff will ensure you are dressed appropriately and safely for your exam. If you are wearing anything that is deemed unsafe, you will be asked to change into a gown.