COVID-19 Advisory

Greetings to Our Valued Patients,

It is important to us we keep everyone updated on the status of the practice and the steps we have taken to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Patient safety is of utmost importance and we continue to implement ways to keep you safe. We recognize that although King County is now in phase 2 of the Safe Start reopening, more can be done in the office so patients feel safe when coming in. These measures are in addition to adhering to local, state and federal requirements.

Steps We have taken to Keep Everyone Safe in the Office

1. Social distancing is enforced in the waiting rooms and throughout the clinic. Patients are asked to wait in their cars for appointments.
2. Plexiglass screens are utilized in the reception areas for minimum exposure between staff and patients.
3. All waiting rooms and treatment areas are frequently sanitized with disinfectant and the latest UV light disinfection devices.
4. Body temperature is taken before entry to the facility and taken a 2nd time after entry.
5. Hand sanitation provided prior to entry of the facility.
6. Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the facility
7. All appointments are pre-screened for COVID-19 symptoms, travel history, and potential exposure prior to arrival at our facility.
8. Our ASC Facility is AAAHC certified, licensed and meets all standards of infection control.
9. All staff and patients are required to wear masks or facial coverings in accordance with state requirements.

We Are Seeing Patients for Dermatology, Cosmetic and Med Spa Services

We have resumed doing cosmetic surgery, injectables like Botox, or dermal filler, laser and med-spa services. This is in addition to general dermatology, dermatologic and MOHS Micrographic Surgery.

How to Utilize Telemedicine

Since COVID-19 began we worked quickly to implement telemedicine appointments so you can see us by video without the risk of traveling to the office. Virtual appointments allow you the same high-quality medical care from the safety of your own home. The most common types of visits are rashes, psoriasis, eczema, acne, acne check backs, and nail fungus. Some prescription refills can also be facilitated this way.

Telemedicine is easy to set up
Getting started is as easy as the following three steps:

• Access to a computer, smartphone, or tablet that has a camera and microphone.
• Easy access via our online portal or downloadable app (we will provide) at no charge.
• Schedule your appointment by calling the office.

We are Here For You

We recognize during the stay at home order you may have postponed some of your medical needs. For patients with a history of skin cancer or who have a suspicious spot, delaying important medical appointments can have a negative impact on your health.

Maintaining your health is as important as ever and we are here to help. We encourage you to call us so we can provide any additional information you might need regarding scheduling office visits or telemedicine calls.

The office is open Monday-Friday with normal business hours.

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at 425-391-2500. Further information can be found here on our website, or on Facebook and Instagram.


Dr. Victor R. Michalak and Staff