Our Response

COVID-19 Testing

We have partnered with the Georgia Department of Health to provide free COVID-19 testing in the parking lot adjacent to the clinic.  

You do not need an appointment to be tested. Walk up during testing hours.

 

A staff member will perform a nasal swab test while you remain in your car or seated in a testing chair.

 

Results will be emailed by the Department of Health and typically come back within 24-72 hours. Please do not call Ethnē Health to inquire about your results unless it has been longer than 72 hours.

 

Currently, we have paused testing efforts as we implement our vaccine distribution plans. However, we do plan to offer COVID-19 testing again in the future. Check back here for an update about when testing will be offered next.

COVID-19 Vaccination

We have received a limited supply of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines and are an approved COVID-19 vaccination site by the Georgia Department of Public Health. 

Please note that scheduled vaccination times are limited and all vaccines must be administered within the designated time slot with no exceptions. A second dose will be required approximately 21 to 28 days after the first dose. 

Supplies of vaccines are limited with current demand exceeding supply. Check back often for an updates on this page about when new vaccine appointments will be opened to the public.

Clinic Policy

The following CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE to OUR DAILY OPERATIONS
TO KEEP OUR PATIENTS and STAFF SAFE:

Sick Visits: Please call ahead for ALL sick visits to schedule an appointment. Our staff will ask you a few questions by phone to prepare for your visit:

  • If you have a fever or a cough, a medical provider from our team will call you back for next steps.

  • If you don't have a fever or a cough but have other acute illness, we will schedule your visit.

 

When you arrive at clinic, we will ask you questions about your symptoms and take your temperature before having you enter the waiting room. You may be asked to stay in your car until the waiting room has available space as we are practicing social distance.

We do have capacity to test patients with symptoms for COVID-19 but you must make an appointment.

Additional Safety Measures: In between patient visits, patient rooms are being cleaned in compliance with CDC recommendations. All individuals are required to wear masks inside the clinic.

Visitors with Patients: At this time only one person can come along with a patient into the clinic. We will not have volunteer groups or student groups shadow at the clinic at this time.

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