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Resuming Elective Surgeries and Procedures

To our patients,

The safety and security of you, your families, caregivers and our staff is our highest priority.

Given the current guidance from Governor Greg Abbott and local county officials, Texas Orthopaedic Associates has resumed elective surgeries at our hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.

We are adhering to the requirements set forth by the Texas Medical Board and local and state agencies regarding elective surgeries.

Clinical care facilities are still among the safest possible place to receive healthcare at this time, and we are well prepared to safely proceed with elective services. Our facilities are vigilant when it comes to sanitation, screening, visitor restrictions, masking, as well as all guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Elective procedures can take place as clinically appropriate in the outpatient and inpatient settings. Our facilities have begun rescheduling surgeries and procedures which were previously postponed in line with COVID-19 precautions.

If you have additional questions, please visit our website or call the office at (214) 750-1207.

Thank you for trusting the entire TOA team to provide all of your orthopaedic healthcare needs.

Be Well,
Texas Orthopaedic Associates



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