Covid-19 Protocol

Please watch this video on Ob/Gyn of Atlanta changes and preventative measures in response to Covid-19 (coronavirus). These changes are in effect to provide the best care for our patients and staff, and slow the spread of COVID-19.

If you or anyone that you are in close contact with or have been identified as COVID-19 positive please contact us via email or phone so that we can determine the best and safest way for you to access care. If you do not have a pressing obstetric or gynecology need we will reschedule your in-person appointment. Learn more about our Telemedicine Appointments.

The physicians of Ob/Gyn of Atlanta recommend Covid-19 vaccination for all eligible women including those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Pregnant women are now eligible for vaccination in Georgia based solely on their pregnancy status.

Am I eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine?

Georgia eligibility is open for everyone 16 years of age and older for the COVID vaccine. Note: Pfizer is the only COVID vaccine currently approved for children aged 16 and older. 
View the full eligibility list and details

How do I know when vaccine appointments become available?

A new VAX App alerts people when vaccine appts are available. There is nothing to download, just text the word VAX to 844-554-4024 and you will be asked to enter your county and your priority phase for vaccination. You will then receive a text message when your county has available appointments for your phase.

Covid-19 Vaccine Locations

You can schedule an appointment at the following locations:

Covid-19 Vaccine at Publix Pharmacy:

Covid-19 Vaccine at Kroger Pharmacy:

Covid-19 Vaccine at Ingles Pharmacy:…/pharmacy-sub/vaccinations

Stay informed on eligibility requirements and Georgia’s Covid-19 vaccine plan from Georgia Department of Public Health:

We are asking that all of our patients, who experience upper respiratory, Flu-like or any communicable disease symptoms such as FEVER, COUGH, SORE THROAT, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, FATIGUE or DIARRHEA or have had close contact with someone who has experienced these symptoms to contact our office for instructions and to reschedule your upcoming appointment.

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a serious impact on our communities. The virus continues to spread and in recent weeks we have seen a significant upsurge of infections particularly in people 18-30 years old. The younger population typically is asymptomatic which makes containing the virus all the more difficult. This is why masks, hygiene and social distancing for everyone is vital to the health and wellbeing of our community.

We feel it’s important to connect directly with you to share more about the steps we are taking to help keep you, our employees and our communities safe and healthy. We remain committed to following the most current recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) and the Georgia Department of Public health (DPH).

In an effort to keep our patients, employees, and families safe, the offices of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Atlanta, in addition to our normal daily sanitizing protocols, have increased the frequency and extent of cleanings; in particular, all door handles, tabletops, countertops, bathrooms, etc. are being sanitized frequently during our day. You will find hand sanitizer throughout the office for both patients and employees. All of our employees have been advised to practice a No Handshake policy to minimize cross-contamination and to wash hands after every patient.

Our North Star during this pandemic has been hygiene and social distancing.

Here are the steps we are taking.

Patients only rule. Limiting access to only those people who absolutely need to be there allows us to safely maintain social distancing and reduce the chance that a person carrying COVID enters our office. We take our responsibility to keep our obstetric and gynecologic patients safe very seriously.

Masks for everyone. If you have your own mask, please wear it. If you don’t have a mask, we will provide you with one to wear for the entire time you are in our office.

Temperatures: everyone who enters our office including patients, doctors and staff get their temperature taken as well as submit to a quiz on exposure.

Gel in: upon entering our office you will be offered hand sanitizer gel. Please use it.

Seating: We are moving patients into isolated exam rooms as soon as possible. If you are in a waiting area please utilize seats that are spaced 6-feet from others.

Check in and Check out. Please maintain distancing from others whilst in the office.

Alerts: Should you discover that you are COVID positive within 8 days of your visit to our office please let us know so that we can perform contact tracing for anyone you may have come in contact.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

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