Schedule a Safe Visit with a VMG Provider

At Valley Medical Group, your health is our top priority, and we remain committed to providing you with the highest-quality primary and specialty care.

Our primary care doctors and specialists are expanding the number of in-office visits and continue to offer telemedicine visits depending on your needs.

VMG Safe Visit Guidelines

We are taking the following steps to ensure you have a Safe Visit at all of our Valley Medical Group offices:

  • All patients and staff must wear a mask or cloth face-covering regardless of vaccination status.  
  • All offices remain configured to meet social distancing guidelines and ensure patients can remain at least six feet from each other, including up to 50% capacity in waiting rooms.
  • Scheduled appointments will continue to be staggered to limit patient arrivals and departures as appropriate.
  • Patients are offered an online check-in process with the ability to communicate by text to ensure they are brought into the waiting room only when there is adequate space for social distancing. In some cases, patients may be brought directly into exam rooms.
  • All patients will be pre-screened for virus symptoms and have their temperature checked upon arrival.
  • We ask patients to come to their appointments unaccompanied whenever possible. If you want or need to be accompanied to your visit, please limit to one guest.
  • We are continuously cleaning common areas, exam rooms and high-touch surfaces.
  • Patients who have traveled outside of NJ, NY, DE, CT, or PA are asked to quarantine for 10 days after returning if they have a visit scheduled unless they are able to provide proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID-19.

A Safer Check-In, in 4 Steps

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1. Patients will receive an email before their visit, with a link to the online check-in. They’ll also receive a phone call the day before to confirm their information, answer COVID-19 screening questions, and pay their copay (if applicable).
Patient using Valley Medical Group's text chat to talk to office staff from their car
2. When the patient arrives for their visit, they’ll confirm their arrival via text message, while staying in their vehicle. This limits their time spent in common office areas, as well as contact with staff or other patients.
Valley Medical Group nurse taking a patient's temperature before entering the building
3. A front desk staff member will let the patient know when it’s time for them to come into the office. Before entering the building, a nurse will take the patient’s temperature.
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4. The nurse will escort the patient directly through the office and into their exam room, where they’ll be seen promptly by their provider.