Talk to your pediatrician about the vaccine now available for children under age 5.
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When you visit a Novant Health clinic or hospital, you'll find that we have taken extra measures to keep you safe.
Novant Health is committed to being the safest healthcare system in the communities we serve.
No need to travel to a clinic or urgent care when you choose e-visits and video visits (on-demand or scheduled).
Are you planning to accompany or visit a patient of Novant Health? We’re taking extra steps to keep you and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
In general, most patients hospitalized at Novant Health facilities in North Carolina will be allowed to have an unrestricted number of visitors in a day.
If the patient does not have COVID-19 and is not being tested for COVID-19, visitors may be allowed per the visitation guidelines below. A visitor must:
If the patient has COVID-19 or is being tested for COVID-19, two visitors are permitted per day with no switching out allowed. Visitors will receive education about potential risk and must comply with all safety precautions.
Visitation may be adjusted based on facility, circumstance and current safety protocols.While we are no longer restricting the number of visitors each day, our team may limit the number of visitors at a time in any area or patient room due to space, care concerns or to comply with safety protocols.
In most units of our hospitals, visiting hours end at 10 p.m. unless the visitor is spending the night. Most patients are allowed one (1) overnight visitor as long as they agree to follow guidelines for overnight visitors. Units with specific visitation guidelines are outlined below.
Up to two visitors at a time as space allows. Visitors may switch out unless a patient has COVID-19 or is being tested for COVID-19.Both parents/guardians permitted for pediatric patients. Visitation allowed 24/7.
Note: If the waiting room is full, visitors will need to wait outside until the patient is in a treatment room, unless the patient has special needs and requires support from a visitor while in the waiting area.
Both parents/guardians allowed for duration of procedure.
One visitor permitted on the day of the procedure.Visitation ends at 10 p.m.
One visitor per patient for the duration of the procedure.Visitors may wait in waiting room.
One visitor allowed for the duration of procedure.Exceptions may be made to allow up to two visitors for adult patients.Please consult with the care team.
One visitor per adult patient.Both parents/guardians may join pediatric patients.Children of all ages are permitted to accompany adults to appointments if childcare is not available.
General restrictions on visitation do not apply.
Note: Visitation may be adjusted based on facility, circumstance and current safety protocols.
If you think you may have symptoms of COVID - 19, take our self-assessment to determine
your next steps.
If you think you may have a cold or the flu and need care, schedule an appointment or
virtual visit with a doctor.