For COVID or Monkeypox testing, make an appointment at an Urgent Care location, visit or visit the Georgia Department of Public Health website.
You can also schedule a COVID test appointment at any Piedmont QuickCare location. If you have a medical emergency, visit one of our Emergency Departments.


Piedmont Fayette

1255 Highway 54 West
Fayetteville, GA 30214

Piedmont Fayette Visitor Information

Care Partner Policy (Updated October 7, 2022)

Piedmont Fayette’s visiting hours are now 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.

Piedmont Fayette Hospital currently allows two designated care partners at a time, per patient. Only one care partner is allowed in outpatient service areas and for patients who have tested positive for COVID-19.

All care partners must pass the daily health screening at the entrance. Care partners under the age of 12 are not allowed at this time.

Piedmont Fayette is following the Centers for Disease Control Community Transmission Levels and adjusting their masking guidelines for staff members and visitors accordingly. During a high transmission rate, visitors will be required to wear a mask at all times. During times when the community transmission rate is lower than high, visitors will be encouraged to wear a mask outside of a patient’s room, but it will not be required.

Labor and Delivery allows two designated care partners. The Family Care Center allows two designated care partners, with one allowed to stay overnight. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) continues to allow two designated/banded infant guardians. The Obstetrical Emergency Department allows one care partner. All care partners for women’s services must be 18 or older and must remain the same for the duration of the patient’s stay.

The number of care partners allowed in the emergency department is subject to change to only allowing one care partner, based on the number of patients being cared for in the department and in our waiting room. The focus has to be on the safety of our patients and staff.

Piedmont encourages the use of electronic devices to communicate with patients who are hospitalized.

Virtual Visiting Resources

While we regret the inconvenience it may cause for some patients, safety is at the center of our organization and we believe these steps are necessary to create the safest environment at our hospital.

All workforce are screened prior to the start of the workday/assigned shift at entrance, or upon reporting to their work unit/department, via temperature or via signs/symptoms quarantine screen that may include a temperature check as needed.

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