HCA is committed to the safety and protection of our staff and clients.
We continue to closely monitor ongoing developments relating to the COVID-19 pandemic and remain committed to servicing our clients during this period. Our office is currently operating on an amended schedule of 9 am to 5 pm and we appreciate your patience as there may be slight delays in scheduled services due to reduced staff availability and limited access to public transportation
We are also taking important steps to protect the health of both clients and staff by providing Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to all employees and strictly adhering to the COVID-19 prevention guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
HCA is adhering to strict safety guidelines as it relates to employee use of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) however; as our entire health care system is impacted by a severe shortage of PPE due to COVID-19, we are currently accepting donations of essential equipment including face masks, hand sanitizer and medical gowns.
For questions regarding our services or for information on making a donation of PPE, please call 215-735-0677 or send us an email.
We continue to deliver services to our clients however, you may experience some minor delays due to changes in staff availability or amended public transportation schedules. For questions, please contact our office from 9 am to 5 pm by calling 215-735-0677 or send us an email.
COVID019 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus that can be spread from person to person. Symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild (or no symptoms) to severe illness.
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There is currently no vaccine for COVID-19 therefore, the best way to protect yourself is to follow the guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including the following:
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is used every day by healthcare personnel to protect themselves, patients, and others when providing care. PPE helps protect healthcare workers from potentially infectious patients and materials, toxic medications, and other dangerous substances used in healthcare delivery.
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