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COVID-19 Update: Moving to Phase II of Reopening

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Summer Season is coming…this year it comes with COVID-19!

COVID-19 has not left our community. We continue to identify positive cases daily. Please remember:

  • Stay home if you can.
  • If you can't stay home, maintain a 6-foot distance between yourself and others.
  • If you can't maintain a 6-foot distance, wear a mask to protect others.
    • You wear a mask to protect others. They wear a mask to protect you. Wearing a mask does not show fear of the virus, it's shows consideration for others. It's how we stop COVID-19 together.
    • New research indicates about 40% of coronavirus transmissions happen before symptoms appear. You could be contagious without even being aware you have the virus.

Resuming Diagnostic Elective Procedures at Augusta Health: Phase II Begins

On Monday, May 25, Augusta Health moved to Phase II of its plan to resume and re-open outpatient services in three phases. Phase II services include elective Outpatient Surgery, Endoscopy, Cath Lab, Sleep Lab and Inpatient/Outpatient Invasive Radiology. All of these services require pre-procedure COVID-19 testing of the patient.

Read Augusta Health Moves to Phase II of Reopening

If you have concerns about COVID-19 symptoms or exposure:

Please call our COVID Care Call Center at (540) 332-5122. We have a team of nurses answering the calls from Monday through Friday between 8 am and 4:30 pm.

Augusta Health's COVID-19 Assessment Center is located at the Waynesboro Urgent Care at 201 Lew Dewitt Boulevard in Waynesboro. The COVID-19 Assessment Center is open seven days a week from 8 am until 7 pm.

At the Assessment Center, patients can be evaluated, treated and educated about respiratory illness and tested for COVID if the test is indicated.

The COVID Care Call Center and COVID-19 Assessment Center work together to see patients effectively while reducing possible exposure of others to COVID-19.

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