Dear clients, parents, and stakeholders,
Thank you for your dedication and commitment to allowing us to serve you, your children, and families over the past several years. Your health and safety is our utmost concern as we continue to fulfill our mission. We know that the current outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) has created changes in our livelihood. We understand that this COVID-19 severely affects people who have chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, lung disease, cancer, and a lowered immune system are at the greatest risk of getting sick. We also understand that it affects everyone regardless of ages, gender, religions, party affiliation, religion, to mention a few. With these in mind, Greenpath International staff will continue to provide treatment services to our clients through Telemedicine/Telehealth as instructed and approved by the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH).
By providing Telehealth/Telemedicine treatment services to our clients/consumers, Greenpath staff will be implementing and strictly follow the guidelines and recommendations put in place by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) while adhering to the Louisiana Department of Health’s guidelines as well. But remember that we are all in this together as we will continue to provide uninterrupted services to all of our clients through telehealth/telemedicine communication.
Our office will be open to our clients but by appointment only to new clients until this crisis is called off and as otherwise instructed by the city ordinance.
Greenpath clinicians are committed to providing the best quality of treatment services to you and your family by the means to focus on facing this unprecedented public health emergency.
We hope you and your family are safe and are taking appropriate preventive measures to protect yourself and your community. Because we take this crisis very seriously, please follow and continue practicing the CDC guidelines of :
*Social distancing (that is by avoiding crowds and staying 6 feet away from other people), *washing your hands regularly are daily practices that can help reduce your risk of contracting Coronavirus.
LDH advises that both providers and clients should do this five:
1. HANDS: Wash them often.
2. ELBOW: Cough into it.
3. FACE: Don’t touch it.
4. FEET: Stay more than 6 feet apart.
5. FEEL sick: Stay home.
Best wishes to you and your family
Dr. Earnest Airhia, LPC-S, LAC, NCC, AADC, CCDP-D, ICADC, USSF-A, CM