COVID-19 Vaccine 


COVID-19 Office Procedures Until Further Notice

Please be aware that to protect our patients and our staff, the following COVID-19 policies will be strictly enforced, with no exceptions:

  • Appointments are required. Online booking may be limited. We recommend you to call our office to schedule an office or virtual visit. 

  • Masks are required and must be worn at all times. 

  • Your temperature will be checked at the front desk

  • No guests or visitors allowed - only the patient is permitted in the office.

Thank you for choosing us as your primary care provider and, more importantly, thank you for working with us to ensure a safe and healthy environment!

Additional Information and Tips 

Please call our office at (770) 772-4044 if you have cough, fever, or shortness of breath before making an appointment. Please do NOT walk in with these symptoms without speaking to our staff first. 

We understand our patients concerns regarding COVID-19 and we are here to help and support you through this. We are ensuring that healthy patients are distanced from sick patients by using separate exam rooms to avoid cross contamination. We have increased our already rigorous cleaning routines and infection control measures.  Furthermore, all sick patients are screened on the phone by our staff and physicians before their appointments so that our staff is prepared.

We are also providing virtual video visits for both existing and new patients. You may book a video visit here. Please see our telemedicine page for additional information regarding virtual visits.

We are offering COVID-19 antibody testing and rapid COVID testing, supplies permitting. Appointments are required.

Steps you can take to help prevent COVID 19:

  • frequent hand washing

  • Wear a mask if your unable to safely social distance

  • don't touch your face

  • stay home if sick

  • avoid gatherings of greater than 8 people and practice social distancing

  • the majority of young healthy people may have mild symptoms but for those over 60/with chronic medical conditions or compromised immune systems COVID 19 can be very serious and even fatal.  It is everyone's duty to help protect our community by stopping the chain of transmission with yourself