Talk to your pediatrician about the vaccine now available for children under age 5.
Novant Health is committed to providing remarkable care to every patient. Learn more about the measures we've taken to keep you safe and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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.
Due to the widespread prevalence of respiratory viruses such as RSV and flu among young children, Novant Health will limit the visitation age in all of our hospitals effective Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 a.m. At that time, no visitors under 13 will be allowed in our hospitals except in emergency or end-of-life circumstances. This applies to any children who are visiting patients, including siblings, friends or family members. It does not apply to children who are seeking care. Children also will be restricted from attending classes in or touring the hospitals.
Visitors may be allowed if they are:
In general, most patients hospitalized at Novant Health facilities in North Carolina will be allowed to have an unrestricted number of visitors. 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.
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.