Piedmont Pulmonary COVID Recovery Clinic

The long-term effects of COVID-19 are currently unknown. The Piedmont Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine division is here to provide you with the medical care and support you need during your COVID-19 recovery period. If you have any questions or concerns, we are here to help.

The Piedmont Pulmonary COVID Recovery program has multiple locations with multidisciplinary physicians who will tailor care to your specific needs to ensure you get the best treatment possible. To find a location near you, call 404-832-6819.


The services we provide include the following:

Persistent Symptom management

  • Symptom Control (such as shortness of breath and cough)
  • Supplemental oxygen needs
  • Post-discharge pulmonary function support including:
    • Bronchodilator therapy
    • Incentive spirometry
    • Prone positioning
    • Pulse oximetry
    • Lung ventilation techniques
    • Smoking cessation resources
    • Lung CA screening

Diagnostics Services

  • Pulmonary Testing including
    • Lung function testing and monitoring
    • Exercise oximetry
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Pulmonary imaging
  • Intensive Laboratory testing

Clinical Partnerships

  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatric referrals for any symptoms of grief, anxiety, depression, PTSD
  • Nutrition support
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should come visit Piedmont Pulmonary’ s COVID Recovery Clinic?

You should come to our clinic if you have COVID and/or lung problems. The primary focus of the CRC is to assist patients that have had a positive COVID-19 test and continue to experience respiratory symptoms (i.e., shortness of breath, cough, new to oxygen requirements).

We can also assist patients that have non-respiratory symptoms by referring them to one of our clinical partners with subject matter expertise such as a cardiologist or neurologist; however, before we can make a referral one of our CRC providers must perform an initial assessment of your symptoms. We also see patients who have recently been discharged from a hospital.

What will happen during my visit?

A Clinical Assessment. If a virtual visit is scheduled for you, then a detailed clinical assessment will be performed which will include a detail review of your illness and a review of your current symptoms. If you are scheduled for an in-person visit, then a physical exam, a respiratory assessment, and other diagnostic tests may be performed. After your visit, you will be given a referral to the appropriate clinical partner(s) if needed.

Will I see any additional specialist during my COVID Recovery Clinic visit?

No. Our primary focus will be your lungs and respiratory system, but after our initial assessment we will refer you to one of our clinical partners as needed. As mentioned earlier, we cannot make a referral to a clinical partner until you have been evaluated by one of our CRC providers.

Should I travel long distances or out of state to be seen in the COVID Recovery Clinic?

Maybe. We encourage individuals who must travel significant distances to first seek medical assistance in your local community. However, if you have been evaluated by a pulmonologist or other medical specialist in your local community, and are still seeking additional advice, we recommend you schedule a virtual visit with one of our CRC providers to ensure we will be able to offer you the services you need.


Our mission is to offer COVID-19 patients a treatment pathway that is patient-centered and focused on managing common COVID-19 complications.

We are available to you even if your symptoms were mild to moderate or you were never hospitalized.

Please call 404-832-6819 to schedule an appointment.


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