At Lighthouse Infusions, we take precautions to ensure both your safety and ours. Here are just some of our precautions:


  • Please do not come to the office if you have any respiratory symptoms, fever, body aches, vomiting or diarrhea, or if you have had recent close contact with someone with symptoms of COVID-19. We ask that you contact us immediately if you are canceling your appointment.

  • We wash hands regularly, and encourage our guests to do the same. There are sinks in all treatment rooms.

  • We have bottles of hand sanitizer throughout the clinic. We use it regularly, and we encourage you to do the same.

  • We wear N-95 masks and eye protection at all times, before, during, and after your appointment.

  • We do not allow anyone to enter our clinic without a mask fully covering both their nose and mouth. We have surgical masks available if you need one.

  • We are fortunate that our clinic is entered directly from the outdoors. You don’t need to enter through a large building or use an elevator. This significantly reduces your risk of exposure on your way to and from your appointment.

  • You will be greeted at the door by your provider, and taken directly to your private treatment room. To limit the risk of exposure while you are at our clinic, your provider will be the only staff member you interact with the entire time.

  • Once you are in your private treatment room and getting ready to begin your infusion, you may remove your mask if you wish, but we encourage you to leave it on if it does not bother you.

  • If you bring a friend or family member to the clinic, we ask that they wear a mask the entire time.

  • After your infusion, we will require that you put your mask back on before exiting your private treatment room.

  • After each appointment, we thoroughly wipe down and sanitize all frequently touched surfaces.

  • We also open the sliding glass door to the treatment room after each patient to let it air out. Given the current scientific evidence around airborne transmission, we feel that this is one of the most important steps we can take to ensure the safety of our patients.

  • In addition to following Washington State guidelines surrounding COVID-19 prevention, we go further, by closely following emerging scientific literature to determine if there are any additional precautions we should take.

If you have any questions about our COVID-19 precautions, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have.