We are here for your health care needs. We understand the uncertainty of coming to your appointments.
We are maintaining our high standards of separation, hand washing, cleaning and sanitizing. These extra measures are for the safety of our patients, family and staff to allow our patients to keep their existing appointments
- We ask all patients who have appointments to keep these appointments; When you come to the office, come in, sign in with your name and cell phone number and then return to your car. If you do not have a cellphone write down the make, model and color of your car. We’ll direct you to come in to be directly seen by the provider. This addresses the ‘social distancing’ and prevents you from exposing others and also protects you from exposure.
- If you don’t have an appointment, please don’t come by but rather call your Liberty Doctors office for information or help you may need. This protects you and our staff.
- We offer TELEHEALTH. If you have internet access and a smart phone, tablet or PC with video, audio and microphone, we can see you without you having to leave your home. However, we’ll still need to arrange the telehealth appointment so please call your Liberty Doctors office to set this up (or to convert a current appointment to a virtual visit). We are currently only offering this service to patients who have previously established care with one of our providers. You can find more information about Liberty Doctors Telehealth on this page.
- We currently don’t do coronavirus testing at our offices. We are referring all patients who are experiencing coronavirus symptoms to Roper St. Francis:
“We are providing drive-thru specimen collecting for patients suspected of having COVID-19 or flu who have already been screened by a Virtual Care provider.
Patients are being seen from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Roper St. Francis Transitions Clinic at 5133 Rivers Avenue in North Charleston.
Only patients with a testing order can use this service.”