LBBRG COVID-19 UPDATE
In light of the highly transmissible Delta variant, LBBRG continues to watch for updates and adhere to recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), and local health departments. The health of our patients, family members, and team members is very important to us at Life Beyond Barriers Rehabilitation Group (LBBRG). At both clinics, we have policies and procedures in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. You are required to wear a mask and to be screened for COVID-19 exposure upon entry of the LBBRG clinics. If you have a questionable symptom, please notify the clinic immediately. It is important for all of us to do our part via self-monitoring and clear communication. Please report exposures to the clinical director at your LBBRG clinic. If there is an exposure or positive COVID-19 result, we will continue to adhere to the local health department’s recommendations for quarantining.
Resources For You
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your LBBRG clinic.
Your LBBRG TEAM
Check back frequently for upcoming events. Please select the links listed below that will direct you to the informational flyer.
LBBRG has a variety of community wellness groups that meet up on a regular basis. Please select the links listed below that will direct you to the informational flyer.
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