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Can I still go to my women’s clinic in Atlanta, GA?

Can I still go to my women’s clinic in Atlanta, GA?

Women’s clinic is working to continue to keep women healthy

Women’s clinic, like other types of offices and businesses in Atlanta, GA, are adjusting the way they do business during these uncertain times. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impact everyone’s way of life, including the way women can seek and receive care. Thankfully, we are able to adapt to meet the outlined guidelines for treating patients.

At Georgia Obstetrics and Gynecology, we are taking every precaution to keep our patients safe and healthy. We answer some questions you may have about coming into a women’s clinic like ours during these times.

Q. Is my women’s clinic open?

A. At Georgia OBGYN, we adjusted the way we can see patients. But, the majority of patients will not be able to enter the clinic. Instead, we are offering our services online through telehealth. This allows us to provide assistance, without putting your, and our, health at risk.

If you have a gynecological emergency, you may come to the clinic. We will advise you on protocols before your appointment.

Q. Can you help if I think I have the coronavirus?

A. Unfortunately, a women’s clinic like ours does not have the ability to test for or treat COVID-19. If you are worried you may have it, please contact your primary care physician. They will be able to provide you with next steps.

Q. Will my insurance cover an appointment over the phone or computer?

A. The majority of insurance carriers cover these types of appointments. In fact, many are adding additional coverages for online appointments in response to the pandemic. However, be sure to contact your insurance provider to confirm coverage and if copayment will still apply.

Q. I’m having my baby soon. Can my partner come with me?

A. For those who are nearing their due date, we follow Northside Hospital’s regulations on people in the delivery room. Right now, Northside’s policy is to allow one support person during your stay. To help keep people healthy, no family or children will be allowed to visit.

Women’s clinics in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta, GA women probably have many questions about seeking care at a women’s clinic or other types of offices. If you have a non essential appointment at Georgia OBGYN scheduled, we will contact you to reschedule for a different time. If you need care today, we also offer the option of an online appointment. If you have any questions about our office policies, please don’t hesitate to contact Georgia OBGYN. We hope you and your family are staying safe and healthy.

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