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Updated Appointment Information March 16-29

Until March 30th, based on current CDC guidelines for outpatient medical offices the Health Services Centers on both the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses will offer the following options:

  • Wellness and routine preventive health maintenance visits are not available until after March 29th; new visits for these appointment reasons will be scheduled after March 29th, and persons with visits already scheduled in the interim will be contacted by Health Services staff to reschedule
  • In-person visits within the Student Health facilities on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses will be limited to new/acute problems and follow up of ongoing/chronic problems, with the following exceptions:
    • PERSONS WITH ANY SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY ILLNESS-COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH/DIFFICULTY BREATHING, FEVER, CHILLS, SWEATS, SORE THROAT, BODY ACHES (not from injury), RUNNY NOSE, HEADACHES-MUST CALL OR MESSAGE THE HEALTH CENTER ON THEIR ASSOCIATED CAMPUS BEFORE COMING into THE FACILITY WITH THOSE SYMPTOMS
      • The Armstrong campus health center can be reached at 912-961-5726, and the MYCHART link for Armstrong campus health center patients is at http://mychart.memorialhealth.com/.
      • The Statesboro campus health center can be reached at 912-478-2512, and the Online Student Health portal link is available on My.GS.
      • Health Services staff will then reach out to patients with these symptoms to determine the appropriate level of care that is needed and to provide guidance.
    • Health Services staff may reach out in advance to scheduled patients to determine if a visit to the facility is needed, and if not needed then evaluation and care may be delivered by telephone 
  • For students who are already scheduled during this time to see the psychiatrist in the Statesboro campus student health clinic, they will be contacted by Health Services and given the option of rescheduling, having a phone consult instead, or coming on campus for that appointment
  • Students who have left the communities of our campuses during this time are encouraged not to return to campus for routine care during this time and should contact their Health Services provider as per above if medication refills or needed or if they have other questions
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