Greenville OB-GYN Clinic, 3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd., Building E, Greenville, TX 75401
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Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

Welcome to the Greenville OB GYN

Clinic.

Dr. Marie Hollis considers it a great honor to serve

women in the Greenville area. We provide personalized,

compassionate care to each patient. We have experi-

ence in women's health including adolescents who may

come to see us for contraception or painful periods,

women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant,

and also women experience urinary leakage, pain, or

menopausal symptoms.

OUR LOCATION

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd.

Greenville, TX 75401

OFFICE HOURS

Monday thru Thursday

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday

8:30am - Noon

Closed Saturday &

Sunday

PHONE

Phone: 903-454-

1722

Fax: 903-454-1750

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Policy for Greenville OB-GYN Clinic Patients and Staff FOR PATIENTS: Must wear a mask to enter our facility, this is to protect you along with our staff and families. Only the patient is allowed into the facility, unless you are a single mom and notify us ahead of time so we can make accommodations. If the child is 10 years old or older they will be required to wear a mask. We do ask to please seek all possibilities on finding someone to come with you to watch the children or leave them with a caretaker. When you arrive at our facility we ask you to please call us and let us know you are here and we will come out to you asap. We will be checking temperatures as part of our screening process before letting you into our facility. We will also be checking temperatures on all children regardless of age that will need to accompany you during your visit. If going in for the following, COVID-19 testing is required 2-3 days before and appointments will be set up accordingly. Induction of labor C-section Tubal Hysterectomy FOR STAFF: The staff members must wear a mask at all times. The  staff must wear gloves when working with patients. The staff members will have temperature checks three times a day. 8:45 am, 12pm and at the end of their shift. A log will be kept of these temperatures. If the employee shows a temperature of 100 or above the employee will be sent home to be put into quarantine for 14 days. If any family member that resides with the employee becomes ill with fever, the employee will be required to stay home for 7days. If during that 7 days the family member is diagnosed with COVID-19, they will be required to stay home for a total of 14 days from the time the family member was diagnosed. The staff member will not be allowed back at the office until the family member is released by the state. A copy of the release letter will be required to come back to work. When COVID-19 testing is required the staff members will suit up accordingly to perform this test. A N95 mask must be worn along with foot covers, a gown with sleeves and a face shield if available. If the face shield is not available they will be required to wear a N95 along with a surgical mask. Supplies are limited and the requirements can change at any time.
We are following the recommendations by the CDC

Welcome to the Greenville OB GYN

Clinic.

Dr. Marie Hollis considers it a great honor to serve

women in the Greenville area. We provide person-

alized, compassionate care to each patient. We

have experience in women's health including ado-

lescents who may come to see us for contracep-

tion or painful periods, women who are pregnant or

trying to become pregnant, and also women expe-

rience urinary leakage, pain, or menopausal

symptoms.

903-454-1722

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

Kim Parks CNM, ARNP

Coronavirus   (COVID-19)   Health   and   Safety   Policy   for   Greenville   OB-GYN   Clinic   Patients   and   Staff FOR   PATIENTS: Must   wear   a   mask   to   enter   our   facility,   this   is   to   protect   you   along   with   our   staff   and   families.   Only   the   patient   is   allowed   into   the   facility,   unless   you   are   a   single   mom   and   notify   us   ahead   of   time   so   we can   make   accommodations.    If   the   child   is   10   years   old   or   older   they   will   be   required   to   wear   a   mask.    We do   ask   to   please   seek   all   possibilities   on   finding   someone   to   come   with   you   to   watch   the   children   or   leave them   with   a   caretaker.  When   you   arrive   at   our   facility   we   ask   you   to   please   call   us   and   let   us   know   you   are   here   and   we   will come   out   to   you   asap.  We   will   be   checking   temperatures   as   part   of   our   screening   process   before   letting   you   into   our   facility.    We will   also   be   checking   temperatures   on   all   children   regardless   of   age   that   will   need   to   accompany   you during   your   visit.  If   going   in   for   the   following,   COVID-19   testing   is   required   2-3   days   before   and   appointments   will   be set   up   accordingly.  Induction   of   labor  C-section Tubal  Hysterectomy  FOR   STAFF:  The   staff   members   must   wear   a   mask   at   all   times.  TheĀ   staff   must   wear   gloves   when   working   with   patients. The   staff   members   will   have   temperature   checks   three   times   a   day.    8:45   am,   12pm   and   at   the   end   of their   shift.    A   log   will   be   kept   of   these   temperatures.    If   the   employee   shows   a   temperature   of   100   or above   the   employee   will   be   sent   home   to   be   put   into   quarantine   for   14   days.    If   any   family   member   that resides   with   the   employee   becomes   ill   with   fever,   the   employee   will   be   required   to   stay   home   for   7days.    If during   that   7   days   the   family   member   is   diagnosed   with   COVID-19,   they   will   be   required   to   stay   home   for a   total   of   14   days   from   the   time   the   family   member   was   diagnosed.   The   staff   member   will   not   be   allowed back   at   the   office   until   the   family   member   is   released   by   the   state.    A   copy   of   the   release   letter   will   be required   to   come   back   to   work.  When   COVID-19   testing   is   required   the   staff   members   will   suit   up   accordingly   to   perform   this   test.    A   N95 mask   must   be   worn   along   with   foot   covers,   a   gown   with   sleeves   and   a   face   shield   if   available.    If   the   face shield   is   not   available   they   will   be   required   to   wear   a   N95   along   with   a   surgical   mask.    Supplies   are   limited and   the   requirements   can   change   at   any   time. We   are   following   the   recommendations   by   the   CDC