An Announcement From Belle Medical

All Clinics Re-Opening Friday, May 1st

Updated: April 30, 2020

After more than a month of remaining closed in response to the COVID-19 situation, we are excited to announce that all four Belle Medical clinics in Utah and Idaho will be open and running at full capacity beginning Friday, May 1st. We’ll be able to resume consultations, procedures, massages, and all other activities at once. Thank you very much for your patience, flexibility, and support in the meantime.

Although we’ve been cleared to resume operations, we’re aware that coronavirus is still very much a public concern. Rest assured that we’re taking every necessary precaution to keep our patients and our staff safe at every clinic. In addition to following guidelines set by the WHO, CDC, and each state, we’ll be sanitizing all touch surfaces in the facility every 30-45 minutes, supplying hand sanitizer to patients and staff upon entry, taking staff members’ temperatures at the beginning and end of each day, and taking each patient’s temperature upon entry—anyone with a fever will be respectfully asked to leave and return at a later date.

Belle Medical clinics are medical facilities, meaning we’re just as prepared to ensure public safety and sanitation as any hospital or clinic, with one important distinction: We don’t treat sick patients. Considering our high medical standards and the lack of unwell individuals on the premises, a Belle Medical clinic is one of the safest places to be.

We’ve already reached out and left messages for everyone who had a consultation or procedure scheduled while we were closed. If your appointment hasn’t been rescheduled yet, please contact your local clinic directly. You can also call your clinic to schedule new appointments or ask questions about our plans to reopen. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,
The Belle Medical Team

The coronavirus (COVID-19) and its wider social impact are rapidly changing our day-to-day lives across the country. We hope that you, your families, and your friends remain safe and healthy during these challenging times.

The situation has made a direct impact on Belle Medical as well. If you are a patient, or if you’ve ever been interested in one of our procedures, we’d like to let you know that all Belle Medical clinics have been closed for the time being due to a temporary U.S. government order to reserve medical supplies for emergency cases.

Patients who will miss their scheduled appointments for consultations or procedures because of these government mandated closures will have first priority to reschedule when our clinics reopen. We’ll be sure to update you as soon as we know more. 

To be clear: Because Belle Medical provides elective procedures only, we do not and have never treated sick patients. Our medical teams and recent patients are at no greater risk than anyone else in the United States.

Our closures are a part of the cautionary measures taken by our government to reserve essential medical resources and supplies for potential emergency cases. Although we do not perform life-saving procedures ourselves, we do use materials and substances (such as saline and epinephrine) that may play a role in life-saving efforts. We are happy to reserve our supplies for the health and safety of not just our own patients and patients-to-be but our friends, neighbors, and nationwide community. We’re all in this together.

We can’t thank you enough for your patience and understanding. We’ll continue to update you with new information as the situation develops, but until then, stay well. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us at corporate@bellemedical.com.

Sincerely,

The Belle Medical Team

The coronavirus (COVID-19) and its wider social impact are rapidly changing our day-to-day lives across the country. We hope that you, your families, and your friends remain safe and healthy during these challenging times.

 

The situation has made a direct impact on Belle Medical as well. You may already know that all Belle Medical clinics have been closed due to a temporary U.S. government order to reserve medical supplies for emergency cases. We’re pleased to announce that our clinics in Idaho Falls, Draper, and St. George will reopen for in-house consultations on April 1st. Our Pleasant Grove clinic will remain closed until further notice.

 

Although Idaho is currently under a statewide stay-home order, you may still visit our Idaho Falls clinic in person completely free of risk. Of course, we understand if you’re more comfortable staying inside for the time being—that’s why we encourage you to schedule a phone consultation with the team at this location instead.

If you’ve been thinking about an HD Body Sculpting or Fat Transfer procedure but haven’t had the time to move forward, this is the perfect opportunity to receive your consultation when you’ve run out of things to do at home. More importantly, if you schedule a procedure with Belle, you’ll be directly supporting your community. We’re donating a portion of our proceeds to help our friends and neighbors in Idaho Falls through this emergency.

 

As of now, we plan to resume performing procedures at all locations on Monday, April 27th. (We originally reported an earlier date, but circumstances compelled us to push procedures back another two weeks. We apologize for the inconvenience.) We can’t thank you enough for your patience and understanding. We’ll continue to update you with new information as the situation develops, but until then, stay well.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us at corporate@bellemedical.com.

Sincerely,

The Belle Medical Team

 

Resources

For more information about the latest updates and efforts being taken, visit your local city government page or the national site for the CDC.

CDC

Idaho Falls, ID

Salt Lake City, UT

St. George, UT