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Care for COVID-19 and beyond.

Piedmont Healthcare is responding rapidly to COVID-19, a new respiratory disease spreading across Georgia and the globe. As your partner in care, we're committed to keeping you informed, and your safety is always top priority.
 

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and book a Virtual Visit with a Piedmont provider at piedmont.org/virtualvisit to see if you meet the criteria for COVID-19 testing. If you have emergency warning signs, seek medical care immediately.

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What to Know and How to Protect Yourself

Learn about COVID-19 symptoms and how they spread.

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Visitation Policies

Visitation policies at your local hospital.

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COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to common COVID-19 questions.

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Help us fight COVID-19

Your gift to Piedmont could save lives. Here's how to help us.

How to Help

Piedmont's success depends on your support. If you have supplies that may be helpful for our hospitals, please email pitchingin@piedmont.org to let us know.
 

Who should get COVID-19 diagnostic testing?

Diagnostic testing is for people who are currently sick and want to know if they’re infected with COVID-19. If you have symptoms, book a Virtual Visit with a Piedmont Urgent Care provider at piedmont.org/virtualvisit to be screened. If testing is recommended based on your screening, the physician will book an appointment for a COVID-19 nasal swab test at your nearest Piedmont Urgent Care location.

If you have emergency warning signs for COVID-19, seek care immediately. 
 

Who should get antibody testing?

COVID-19 antibody testing is for people who want to know if they’ve already had COVID-19 (or been exposed to it) without knowing. To get started, book a consultation through your primary care office, urgent care clinics or QuickCare clinics.

Antibody testing is unnecessary for people who have already tested positive for COVID-19 via nasal swab. If you’re currently sick or may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past two weeks, do not book antibody testing.

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