Immediate Care for Orthopaedic Injuries During COVID-19
TCO will now offer same-day appointment availability for patients with orthopaedic injuries. This can be especially helpful during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our community emergency rooms must be able to focus on patients that are coming in with coronavirus symptoms.
All patients at TCO are screened for COVID-19 symptoms, including having a temperature taken. We require all patrons and patients to wear a face covering. Calling ahead to reserve a same-day appointment is recommended. This will allow us to prepare for your visit and verify insurance acceptance or requirements.
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NO REFERRALS NEEDED FOR MOST INSURANCE POLICIES
Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced that the state mask mandate for indoor public places and schools will end at midnight on March 11, 2022. Masks will continue to be required in healthcare settings, long-term care facilities, correctional facilities, and transportation settings. The announcement comes as COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates continue to decline since the peak of the Omicron surge in January.
While the mandates are ending, businesses, schools, and employers may still require their patrons, students, and/or employees to wear masks. Additionally, Governor Inslee stated that some individuals might wish to continue to wear a mask after the mandate lifts, and others should respect that decision. We are excited about this positive step, but we will continue to require masks in all TCO offices until further notice. Thank you for your understanding!