Health and
Safety Update

COVID-19: Health and Safety Update

The health and safety of Wilmington Plastic Surgery’s patients and staff is always our top priority. With regard to Coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to provide answers to questions you may have now and in the future.

Please refer to the information below for guidance; we will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.


The Doctors at Wilmington Plastic Surgery

Updated March 13:

  • The governor of North Carolina has issued a state of emergency.
  • There are no confirmed cases in New Hanover County at this time.
  • We are OPEN and SEEING PATIENTS at both locations. Should we make any updates for openings, we will post them for you here.
  • Stringent sanitation procedures are already part of Wilmington Plastic Surgery’s daily operations. In addition, hand sanitizers are available in convenient locations for patient use and our staff is receiving ongoing reinforcement for preventative measures following CDC guidelines.
  • We are doing everything possible to keep our offices safe. We are asking staff, patients, and any other visitors to follow good respiratory etiquette and personal hygiene to prevent the spread of any illness.
  • Beginning Monday, March 16, Wilmington Plastic Surgery will implement the following guideline for patients:
    • Each patient is limited to be accompanied by one (1) adult. Please do not bring any children under the age of 12.
    • Please call and cancel your appointment if you have flu-like symptoms, including fever and cough, until 48 hours after your symptoms are gone.
    • As always, please sanitize your hands frequently.
    • We continue to implement preventative measures in line with recommendations from the CDC, state, and local health officials.