Trinity Anesthesia is sympathetic to all those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients who are anxious about receiving surgery, can rest assured that all of our anesthesiologists maintain the strictest protocols to reduce the risk to patients. Our anesthesiologists are all vaccinated against COVID-19 and we were among the first physicians to be vaccinated in Texas.
Patients can expect their anesthesiologist to wear an N-95 mask throughout the entire process, which includes the pre-op interview, operating room, and recovery process. Anesthesiologists will also utilize frequent hand washing and/or hand sanitizer during each patient encounter.
Furthermore, our anesthesiologists will also follow the most rigorous CDC guidelines and any specific individual facility protocols as well. This includes daily temperature and symptom screening, and testing as needed.
If you have any specific questions about your upcoming care, please contact our office and we would be happy to speak with you.
Aaron Shiraz, MD
President and Founder
Please check the following websites for more information:
As of January 20, 2019
Baylor Medical Center at Uptown
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Frisco
Baylor Surgical Hospital Fort Worth
Baylor Surgicare at Fort Worth
Baylor Surgicare at Grapevine
Baylor Surgicare Dallas
Baylor Surgicare at Bedford
Medical City Plano
Medical City Frisco
Methodist Hospital for Surgery (Addison)
Methodist Richardson Medical Center
North Texas Plastic Surgery
Park Cities Surgery Center
Plano Surgical Hospital
Spine Team (Rockwall)
Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
Texas Institute for Surgery
Texas Health Resources Southlake
The Star (Baylor Scott and White Sports Surgery Center in Frisco)