We are prepared to care for you during the coronavirus pandemic
Whether you have questions or are in need of medical care, you can get the help you need at Novant Health. Get up-to-date information or plan in-person visits or virtual care using the resources available here. If you think you have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, start by taking our online assessment.
Getting treatment for COVID-19
Find out what steps to take if you believe you have been exposed to the novel coronavirus.
Talk to a doctor
Whether you need care for COVID-19 or are unsure where to start, we are here to help.
Are your symptoms signs of a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Know the difference to help stop the spread
You have options for getting tested for the novel coronavirus. Find locations and times that fit your
Prevention is the best treatment, and vaccination can help get our communities back to normal. Find
answers to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
If you've been exposed to someone who tested positive for the coronavirus, staying home can help
prevent the infection of others.
Your care at Novant Health
We are committed to offering you healthcare of the highest quality, starting with meeting strict industry standards.
Are you planning to visit a Novant Health clinic or hospital? Learn what steps we are taking to keep you safe.
There are limits on how many guests you can bring to appointments in our hospitals and clinics.
Our safety commitment
Learn how Novant Health is committed to being the safest healthcare system in the communities we serve.
Coronavirus information & resources
Public health resources
Find the latest information and research from the state health department.
Walk in for vaccination
The wait for the COVID‑19 vaccine is over. Drop in at one of our community vaccine centers and get your shot today.
How you can help
Discover ways to support your neighbors and our frontline care teams during this pandemic.
Coronavirus affects linger
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Mask guidance revised
As Delta variant surges, the CDC urges those living in pandemic hot spots to resume masking in indoor public spaces.
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