We take our role in protecting the health of our patients very seriously.
We request that if you are sick, have a family member who is sick or has been in contact with anyone with symptoms, please contact our office to cancel your appointment.
We have compiled a screening questionnaire for patients to be Covid-19 Clear status. If any symptoms are present during the screening questions, their procedure will be canceled and they will be asked to leave, follow up with their PCP, and self-quarantine.
The Washington State Department of Health still requires face coverings in healthcare settings such as hospitals, doctor’s offices, and clinics; even if you are fully vaccinated. Since this building is a medical office building, all tenants and visitors will need to continue wearing masks throughout the building. We appreciate your cooperation in continuing to wear your mask and helping us keep everyone safe and healthy. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Building Management Office at (206) 386-2066.
Before entering our facility, we respectfully ask all visitors to confirm:
– You are not currently sick.
– You have not been in close proximity, within the past 14 days, with someone who is currently sick with:
▪ Any other respiratory illness
We are taking extra measures to keep our facility clean. We respectfully ask that you:
Clean your hands often by applying alcohol-based hand sanitizer or washing with soap and water. Wear a face mask while in the facility. Follow the facility’s infection prevention and control policies.
All staff is required to wear a mask and gloves. Hand washing prior to and after any patient contact, before engaging in clean or aseptic procedures, after any exposure to body fluids, and after touching patient surroundings.
Please note that we do allow 1 visitor to accompany patients during their visit. They will be asked to sign in and will be screened for Covid 19 upon arrival at our facility. They will not be allowed to sit in our waiting area while a patient is undergoing a surgical procedure. They will be asked to leave & will be notified by phone as to when the patient will be ready for discharge.
Please reach out to a staff member if you have any questions or concerns.
Washington State Department of Health (DOH), World Health Organization (WHO), and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) share information about COVID-19 at:
The health and well-being of our patients and staff are so important to us. Our providers and support staff appreciate all your love and support for them during this time. We thank you and look forward to seeing you soon!
Please note: If you are planning to undergo surgery, please contact our office to confirm your vaccination status. Our surgery center requires proof of vaccination in compliance with both US Anesthesia Partner’s contract & Swedish policy on elective cases.
Reminder to our Injection & Filler Patients
With the introduction of Covid-19 booster vaccines, The Larrabee Center recommends the same protocol for dermal filler in reference to any and all vaccines, including booster shots:
If you are scheduled to be treated with dermal filler, we urge you to avoid scheduling your appointment within two weeks BEFORE or AFTER vaccinations. Our office will not be administering filler within this window to minimize the likelihood of an inflammatory response. Please plan accordingly and contact our office if you need to reschedule your appointment.
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
American Society for Aesthetics Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
American Med Spa Association (AmSpa) Links to Vaccine Fact Sheets:
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine UK EUA
Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine FDA EUA
Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine EU CMA
Moderna COVID-19 vaccine FDA EUA
Moderna COVID-19 vaccine EU CMA
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine FDA EUA
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine UK EUA
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine EU CMA