Preparing to Re-Open Your Dental, Optometry or Veterinary Practice After COVID-19


Lauren Walchek


April 21, 2020


The COVID-19 pandemic has caused dental, optometry, veterinary, and other medical practices everywhere to close their doors and rethink the way they serve their patients. And because this has been such an unprecedented crisis, many practitioners were forced to make these changes with little notice, or preparation, for what might come next.

While there are still many questions about how and when you’ll be practicing in the future, we do know that doctors will be opening their doors once again and seeing patients face to face [Click to Tweet]. And, regardless of when that day will arrive, HR for Health wants you and your team to be ready.

That’s why we’ve created this easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to get your dental, optometry, veterinary or other medical practice up and running when it’s safe to do so. With an emphasis on keeping your team on board, informed, and ready for their return, the infographic below gives you great information and concrete actions you can take today, to help get your practice back on track when the time is right.


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Still have questions about how to prepare your practice and your team for re-opening day? Not sure where to start? Or just looking for a little guidance to make sure you’re doing everything for your employees right now? Visit our website at to find out how we can help.


About HR for Health

HR for Health is an all-in-one HR software solution dedicated to helping the dental, optometry, and veterinary industries. Our human resources platform features all the tools practice owners need to manage payroll, timekeeping, 401(k), and more with total integration and ease.

Whether you’re looking for HR support for a small business or you’re a large group dental practice, HR for Health has the solution to fit your practice and budget. Reach out to a HR for Health account representative to learn more, today: Book Time Here



Quick note: This is not to be taken as legal or HR advice. Since employment laws change over time and can vary by location and industry, consult a lawyer or HR expert for specific guidance. Learn about HR for Health's HR services

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