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Contributions will support team members and provide lifesaving health care to patients
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ― Novant Health Foundation has established a new fund to support Novant Health’s response to the current COVID-19 pandemic and critical needs. Contributions will help fund testing and medication to support patient care, as well as medical supplies and team member support to take care of those serving on the front lines. The fund will be used across the entire Novant Health footprint to support and improve access to lifesaving health care for patients in their time of greatest need.
Supplies needed include masks, eye shields and disinfectants
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ― In response to the growing number of businesses and community members reaching out to help, Novant Health will accept donations of medical supplies to ensure that team members can continue to safely provide care to its patients.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ― Novant Health today announced it is opening additional COVID-19 screening centers across its footprint. The screening centers will operate 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. All Novant Health GoHealth Urgent Care centers are also screening.
Donation will support each health system’s efforts in responding to the coronavirus pandemic
Charlotte, N.C. – The David Tepper Charitable Foundation has made a $1 million donation, with Atrium Health Foundation receiving $650,000, and Novant Health Foundation receiving $350,000. This donation will be used across the Carolinas to support efforts surrounding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). These funds will be distributed by each system’s foundation.
The changes are aimed at controlling COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – To protect the health and safety of patients and team members, Novant Health is further limiting visitation in all acute care facilities in North Carolina. As of Friday, March 20, at noon, no visitors will be permitted in our acute care facilities except for laboring mothers and patients who are minors (under age 18). Laboring mothers may have one partner and one birth support person accompany them. Minors under 18 may have one visitor, parent or guardian. As a reminder, visitors who meet these exceptions must be healthy (no cough, fever or flu-like symptoms) and at least 13 or older unless seeking medical care. Additional exceptions may be granted in special circumstances, such as end-of-life care.