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Visitor Guideline Update: Due to respiratory virus season, children 12 and under are not permitted to visit patients in multiple settings. Additionally, everyone is required to mask in patient rooms and other designated areas. Learn more.

We’re always here for you and your family. And during the COVID-19 pandemic, Atrium Health is here to be your local guide to staying healthy and informed.

Right now, the Omicron variant, a strain of COVID-19, is spreading quickly in our community. Keep scrolling to learn about the precautions we’re taking to keep you safe, find information on how to get care and testing, and see the latest news and updates from our experts.

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COVID-19 testing options

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    Testing by appointment

    Make an appointment for testing at a location near you. It’s fast and easy to book through MyAtriumHealth. Ages 3+.

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    About COVID-19 testing at Atrium Health

    Find out when you should get tested for COVID-19, the different types of tests we offer and how to get testing for kids under 3.

COVID-19 care

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    Feeling sick?

    Common COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, or loss of taste and/or smell. Find out your options if you need care.

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    Post COVID Recovery Care

    The first of its kind in Charlotte, this program delivers hope and help for your lingering symptoms. Find out if it’s the type of care you need.

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    Mental health care

    Please call our 24/7 Behavioral Health Help Line at 704-444-2400 to speak to a licensed professional.

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    Treatment for Patients With Long Covid-19 Symptoms

    Some patients suffer from long COVID-19 symptoms. These include a lack of smell, an altered sense of taste or smell, dizziness or brain fog, and sleep problems. Atrium Health Pain Management can help with a 30 minute in office treatment. Patients will return to their normal activities the next day.

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