Keeping Patients Safe

Dr. Gallagher, Dr. Leddon, our Physician Assistants, and the entire BV Derm staff are dedicated to the health and well-being of our community.  We are continually evaluating our health and safety procedures during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. We will update this page as new information emerges.

This is just for fun – unfortunately, no dogs allowed in BV Derm clinics!

We are following important guidelines from several agencies:

We are taking steps to ensure the safety of our patients and staff:

  • Screening all patients and staff for respiratory symptoms and fever. 
  • Thorough office deep-cleaning procedures using products recommended by the CDC.
  • Complete cleaning of exam rooms and contact surfaces after each appointment and patient interaction.
  • Minimizing the number of staff and patients in the office at any given time. 
  • All BV Derm employees will wear masks at all times while in the office setting and scrubs will be professionally laundered daily and worn only in the office setting.
  • We are offering expanded telemedicine hours from 7:30 am to 6 pm to address low-urgency cases.

We are asking patients to follow important new procedures:

  • Call us to book an appointment at (303) 604-1444.
  • When you arrive, please call us from your car. Do not walk in.
  • A Medical Assistant will meet you at the front door and take your temperature before escorting you inside.
  • Face masks are required. Please bring your own personal mask.
  • No one other than scheduled patients (and guardians, if needed) may attend appointments.
  • Walk-in care is not available.
  • Reschedule your appointment if you have developed cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath or any symptoms of Coronavirus

We are monitoring the situation moment-by-moment. We encourage patients to check this page for updates. If you have any questions regarding our response to COVID-19, please call our office at 303-604-1444. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, and we wish you and your families continued health.