COVID-19 Office Policy

Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery, PC, in accordance with recommendations local government and Beaumont Health, has resumed the scheduling of elective surgery including hernia, gallbladder and weight loss procedures.

We still feel strongly that social distancing and keeping everyone as safe as possible is still indicated. This means seeing patients in the office will be possible but all patients must wear masks and proper protection policies will be in place at the office.

New patients with elective surgical issues such as inguinal hernia, ventral hernia, bariatric surgery,  reflux surgery are welcome along with patients seen before at the office. Telemedicine is now practiced and is available as well for both new patients and follow up visits. As always, the office is available by phone and will address any concerns and to arrange either a telemedicine consultation or in person visit. 

We appreciate your continued understanding and look forward serving you in the face of this challenge.

Dr. David Chengelis

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