Kate is officially on maternity leave as of last week! We would like to give a HUGE thanks to you, our dear community, for all the support and understanding as we move through this transition.
We are so excited to welcome Jennifer Broadwell- who will be covering Kate’s maternity leave! Kate’s online scheduler will be on pause and we anticipate her return mid-August with an adjusted schedule of evenings and weekends. She will focus on supporting established patients and start accepting new patients again in 2022. More updates and photos to come!
Welcome Jennifer Broadwell
We would like to welcome and introduce Jennifer Broadwell. Jennifer is coming to us from Florida and will be covering Kate’s maternity leave. She is a state licensed and nationally board certified acupuncturist and herbalist since 2011, and has been a licensed nurse since 2000. She created and managed the acupuncture program at Boca Raton Regional Hospital in the Women’s Department and the Oncology Department. She is committed to providing the highest quality personalized care to all her patients. She will be at the clinic starting Monday June 28- July 2. To schedule an appointment please call our office phone 865-315-3157 to get set up.
Please remember to wear a mask to your appointment. We will continue asking pre-screening questions and taking temperatures. With our new schedule please try to give us as much notice as possible if you need to change or cancel your appointment. This allows us to give those on the waiting list a chance to fill that appointment spot.
We have a few exciting updates to share with you. By now many of you know Kate’s good news and we are looking forward to her baby boy joining the world this summer. As we get excited for that we are also looking forward to Alex’s graduation from her Acupuncture program this August. We are excited to announce that she will be joining the clinic once she is licensed. During this time we are working hard to make these transitions are a smooth process so that we are able to continue supporting and serving our community.
We also would like to take the time to welcome our new office manager in training, Elizabeth Newman. We are so excited to have her join the team. When you see her at the office please say hello and introduce yourself. She will be working closely with all of us as we adjust during this time.
Please remember to wear a mask to your appointment. We will continue asking pre-screening questions and taking temperatures. As we continue to be flexible with the cancellation policy during this time, please try to give us as much notice as possible if you need to change or cancel your appointment. This allows us to give those on the waiting list a chance to fill that appointment spot.
At Maryville Acupuncture, we’re proactively taking steps to reduce the risk of the COVID-19 coronavirus to our community of patients and staff, especially now with a confirmed case of coronavirus in Tennessee. We’d like to share with you a few preventative measures to ensure the health and well-being of our patients and staff, as well as some links to helpful public health information. Our aim is to make our clinic a healthy place for all.
Many of our patients present with common non-contagious/non-serious upper respiratory symptoms such as allergies, asthma or a lingering cough following a cold, which we will continue to treat these conditions as they do not pose a risk to others.
Please use hand sanitizer when you check in at the front desk, or wash your hands in the bathroom. We also have hand sanitizer in the treatment rooms. Feel free to help yourself. When washing your hands, please wash for at least 20 seconds.
We change sheets, pillowcases and face cradle covers after each patient.
We regularly sanitize surfaces that are frequently touched such as door knobs, doors and faucets. We clean our bathroom regularly.
Cough or sneeze into your elbow rather than onto your hands. If you sneeze or cough on your hands or into tissues or a handkerchief, please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer afterwards.
If you are coughing for any reason, please wear a mask. We understand it may be from allergies, asthma, or even heartburn, but it will help alleviate concerns from others sharing the space.
Avoid touching your mouth, nose, eyes and face with unwashed/non-sanitized hands.
Here are some more guidelines and links to inform you about how to take care of yourself and recommended practices regarding COVID-19: