Corona Virus update on office procedures

CoronaVirus Office Update March 15, 2020
 
At Marin Weight Loss & Wellness, your health and well-being are our primary concerns. Guided by the trajectory of COVID-19 cases in other countries and in areas of the United States that have already been affected, we have put these policies in place.
 
In order to safeguard our patients and staff, limit exposure and spread, our office will be closed, beginning tomorrow, Monday, March 16.
 
We will conduct all scheduled visits via Zoom, FaceTime, or by phone. Cassale will call you at your scheduled time. Now, more than ever, It’s important to stay connected. We’re lucky to have these options to help us through this challenging time. 
 
If you need to speak with a staff member, call the office at 415-897-9800 or email info@marinweightloss.com. We will be checking messages and responding throughout the day.
 
All products can be ordered on Shopify at www.marinweightloss.com - go to Shop Online. We are offering free shipping at this time.
 
Stay tuned for an email with suggestions for keeping your immune system strong and resilient, an important step in staying healthy over the coming weeks. We are here for you.  
 
Take care.
Dr. Gail, Cassale, Eris, Sormeh, Nicole, Cari, and Heather
 

 
We are providing free shipping on all product and supplement orders made to our office by telephone, email or online from our store.

To order online, choose SHOP ONLINE from the top menu.

Contact us if you have any questions or queries.

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