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Keeping our San Diego patients safe during this unprecedented pandemic.
The safety of our clients and team members during this pandemic is our core focus. Great Beginnings Surrogacy & Egg Donation Services follows the CDC Guidelines for best practices during this time. We ask every staff member and client follow the below listed guidelines we have set for the safety of yourself and others.
During these trying times, we ask that all staff members & clients do their part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 within our offices.
Along with the 3-Steps listed above, we ask that all clients maintain social distancing, utilize the hand sanitizing stations we have set-up throughout our offices, and make our team at Great Beginnings Surrogacy aware of any cold-like symptoms you may have prior to your visit.
Our team is here to support you with any questions you may have related to COVID-19 measures we are taking.
You may reach out to us at any time via email (email@example.com) or call us at 858-732-4277 (GBSS)
Great Beginnings Surrogacy & Egg Donation Services (GBSEDS) follows the CDC recommended guidelines for sanitation along with our own added level of sanitization protocol.
There is no way to ensure you have zero risk of infection, so it is important to understand the risks and follow evidence-based safety measures. In general, the more people you interact with, the more closely you interact with them, and the longer that interaction, the higher your risk of getting and spreading COVID-19.
The CDC recommends that individuals who are pregnant continue to visit health care providers during their pregnancy.
At GBSEDS, we take the highest precautions to ensure all surrogates remain healthy and safe at all times.
Since maternity and newborn care units vary in physical configuration, each facility should consider their appropriate space and staffing needs to prevent transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19. These considerations include appropriate isolation of pregnant patients who have suspected1 or confirmed COVID-19; basic and refresher training for all healthcare personnel on those units to include correct adherence to infection control practices and personal protective equipment (PPE) use and handling; and sufficient and appropriate PPE supplies positioned at all points of care.
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