Patients must arrive 30 minutes prior to closing time in order to be seen. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Accidental body substance exposure (ABSE) is seen more often in certain occupations (e.g. medical, dental, ambulance, fire, and police), but can occur during any workplace injury. Knowledge of current treatment protocols as recommended by the CDC and the use of prophylactic immunization and medicine is sometimes required to protect an exposed individual.
Documenting the immune status of the exposed and the infectivity status of the injured or belligerent donor is essential to guiding appropriate and timely treatment. Our providers and staff are trained to obtain essential information in a timely matter following an exposure in order to make the best possible clinical decisions.
489 Bernardston Road
170 University Drive