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All TSAOG Clinics, OrthoNow, and Surgery Centers Closed Monday, February 15th


All TSAOG clinics, OrthoNow, and surgery centers will be closed for in-person care but will provide virtual care via telemedicine visits on Monday, February 15th, due to inclement weather conditions.

We are expecting to be open for in-person care, Tuesday, February 16th, weather permitting. If you’re currently scheduled for an in-person appointment on Monday, you will be receiving a notification to reschedule. We hope that everyone remains off the roads and stays safe!

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