ATTN: INCLEMENT WEATHER IS HERE!
PLEASE REVIEW POLICIES BELOW!
VECTOR will be closed Thursday, 11/24/22, and Friday, 11/25/22, in
solidarity with our Native friends, family and patients. We will
return to clinic on Monday, 11/29/22, for normal business hours.
In anticipation of bad weather and possible hazardous
driving conditions, we encourage some patients to call to
SWITCH YOUR APPOINTMENTS TO TELEMEDICINE
if you are comfortable doing so and only if you have
consented to using telemedicine in your care. We advise this
for some appointments between now and the end of February.
If you are unsure if your appointment can be done over telemedicine, please call and ask. As a general rule, new patient appointments, any appointments that would require an exam and appointments to access services that can only be done in person (new minor HRT, injections, injection teaching, lab draw, etc), are not appropriate for telemedicine. Appointments for medication refills, lab review, review of some test
results and evaluation of some acute illnesses can be performed over telemedicine. If you have not consented to telemedicine in your care and you would like to, please call and we can help you get that done.
❄️INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY❄️
If Fayetteville Public Schools close OR SWITCH TO VIRTUAL LEARNING
DUE TO WEATHER, or if Fayetteville city offices close for weather,
VECTOR's Lobby will also be closed. We will attempt to switch to telemedicine for those patients who have consented to telemedicine and have concerns that can safely be addressed remotely. For those that have not consented to telemedicine or have concerns that cannot be done virtually, we will call you to reschedule your appointment when we are back to the office.
Face coverings are required at all times while inside the clinic
for all people ages 2 and older.
Support people for adult patients and clinic visitors are NOT permitted
to enter the clinical area if you have not received 2 doses of Pfizer/Moderna
or 1 dose of Johnson & Jonson COVID-19 vaccination.
Proof of vaccination may be required
The only unvaccinated people permitted in the clinical
area are patients and parents/legal guardians.