Northwest Pediatrics is committed to creating and maintaining a welcoming and respectful environment for our patients, staff, and partners. Sustaining this atmosphere of mutual respect means we cannot tolerate harassment – in any form – of our employees.
The following types of harassment are unacceptable and will result in your dismissal from Northwest Pediatrics:
- Yelling or using threatening words
- Using intimidating speech or body language
- Issuing demanding, controlling or manipulative statements or requests to staff members
- Refusing to honestly disclose symptoms or patient information
- Swearing or using abusive or offensive language
- Refusing to follow instructions
- Becoming physically violent or aggressive
Thank you for understanding and honoring our anti-harassment policies, and helping Northwest Pediatrics continue to be a safe place for everyone.
Beginning April 1, 2023, NWPC will no longer require patients or family members to wear face masks, except:
- Patients or family members with respiratory symptoms such as cough, runny nose, or fever, or who’ve had a confirmed exposure to COVID or influenza. These individuals will need to wear masks before entering the clinic or they can check in from their car.
- Patients with suspicious rashes that could be chickenpox or measles must remain in their cars and check in from there.