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OUR APPROACH TO

COVID-19

Yes We're Open

and accepting NEW clients!

Our Statement

We are extremely excited to resume business and continue our fight against obesity – stronger and more efficiently than ever before!

Please take a moment to review our Approach to COVID-19, outlined below.

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If you are a new client interested in beginning your journey, it starts HERE and NOW! Email [email protected] or determine if You Are A Candidate

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What This Means For You

Our #1 priority is your safety and comfort during your appointments with us. We are following the current CDC guidelines and will continue to update our policy as new directives are put into place.

Important Update on Companions:
Beginning August 9, 2021, companions will be allowed to join patients during their surgery appointment, but not during other appointments at Blossom Bariatrics or Warm Springs Surgical Center in order to mitigate the volume of people in our offices.

We understand that your companion is an important part of your journey, so we’ve put together important information about after care HERE (BlossomBariatrics.com/aftersurgery)
Following the Clark County mandate, masks are required at all times during transportation rides, and during all appointments at Blossom Bariatrics and Warm Springs Surgical Center, regardless of vaccination status. We truly appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

Staff Members:
The majority of our client-forward staff have been vaccinated. Due to privacy laws, we are unable to disclose any health information, including vaccination status of our staff members.

Reminders:
You will be screened upon entry for symptoms and a temperature check. Please let us know if you are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms.
We appreciate your understanding and support as we continue to update our policies to reflect the newest guidelines from the CDC and look forward to welcoming you to Blossom!

Presidential Limo Protocol

We’d like to take this opportunity to truly thank all our clients (past/present/future) for helping us navigate 2020 during our very challenging time staying in business. We are proud to be back in full operation with our professional team of Chauffeurs to provide our clients with outstanding Chauffeured ground transportation services.

We have also updated our COVID-19 policy in-line with CDC recommendations. Our Chauffeurs are not required to wear face covering; however, our team will mask up if client requests without hesitation. Our team has been fully vaccinated for COVID and the chauffeur is required to present their CDC card upon request.

Our cleaning standards will stay in place with our highest standards in disinfecting between reservations as well as some vehicles will maintain their air purifier onboard that’s currently available. This can be requested at the time of reservation.

It’s important for us to provide our clients and chauffeurs the freedom to decide as well as keeping everyone safe during their transportation with us.

Hotel Partners Protocol

As a result of the updated guidance relating to the mitigation of the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the State of Nevada has adopted the latest guidance which requires everyone, including fully vaccinated individual, wear a mask in public indoor settings in counties with substantial or high transmission.

Clark County has been identified as one of 12 of Nevada's 17 counties that are deemed as having substantial or high COVID-19 transmission.  Effective Friday, July 30, 2021 at 12:01am, all team members and guests must wear face coverings appropriately while in public indoor settings on property.

As always, Hyatt Place Las Vegas at Silverton Village remains committed to providing both our team members and guests with a safe environment.

COVID-19 & Bariatric Surgery News

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