Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Slowly Resuming In-Office Appointments

Starting the week of May 4, we will be slowly resuming seeing preventative healthcare visits and non-urgent problem visits in addition to all obstetrical and urgent visits.

In order to continue to protect our patients, staff, and physicians, we will continue our recent safety measures. This includes temperature screening upon arrival and a limited schedule to allow for adequate social distancing and reduced wait times.

All staff and physicians will be wearing face masks at all times in the office, and we ask that our patients wear masks in our office as well.

We will continue to restrict visitors accompanying patients until we feel it safe to resume normal operations.

We plan to continue to offer telemedicine visits to all of our OBGYN patients during this time as appropriate.

Thank you for your cooperation and flexibility during this difficult time.


Piedmont Atlanta Hospital Visitor Policy

A no-visitor policy until further notice, except in special circumstances.

The only visitors who will be permitted are essential family members who must receive prior approval from the patient care team in cases such as end-of-life care, labor and delivery patients, and for legal guardians of minors receiving care, which includes our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Visitors who are approved must pass the health/quarantine screen. Visitors will not be permitted into the room of a patient who is presumptive positive, confirmed or a Person Under Investigation (PUI) for COVID-19.


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Maternity Information From Piedmont Atlanta

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