Mask and Visitor Policies: Following CDC and state of NC guidance, masks are still required in all Atrium Health facilities. View our current visitor policy

At Atrium Health, we have a track record of clinical excellence, including being home to two of U.S. News & World Report’s top-ranked hospitals. A big part of that recognition is our dedication to keeping you safe across all care locations.

Atrium Health is setting the national standard for COVID-Safe care. We have safety measures across all locations – so you can feel confident and comfortable each time you visit us.

What does COVID-Safe care mean?

Here are some examples of what we’re doing to keep everyone safe.

  • Coronavirus screenings – All patients are screened before their visit, and employees are screened every day.
  • Rapid coronavirus testing – In addition to testing patients before procedures, our in-house lab achieves results up to 3 days faster than other local healthcare providers.
  • Clean facilities – We work hard to fight germs with extensive cleaning and disinfectant protocols at every location.
  • PPE for patients – All patients are offered appropriate personal protective equipment before visits, like face masks.
  • Separate treatment areas and clinical teams – To protect them both, coronavirus and non-coronavirus patients are treated in separate areas.
  • Leading by example – Our employees follow the latest best practices, including wearing the appropriate protective equipment and frequent handwashing.

How to get care

To schedule an appointment, call your doctor’s office or 704-468-8888. You can also check out our on-demand care options, like urgent care and 24/7 video visits, when you need care quickly or don’t want to leave home.

COVID-Safe care is at all Atrium Health locations. Click on the tiles below for more information about care and appointments by specialty.

More information about COVID-Safe care

Atrium Health Unveils COVID-Safe Care

Atrium Health Unveils COVID-Safe Care Across All Locations

April 24, 2020

Atrium Health will be the first healthcare system in the region to expand the delivery of care services, starting the week of April 27.

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