Novant Health is resuming some services. Your health and safety is always our top priority.  Learn more »

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Check your symptoms

Use this coronavirus screening self-assessment tool to help you determine your risk level and identify next steps if you have symptoms that require medical care.

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Coronavirus Assessment

Call your doctor for care

If you think you’ve been exposed to the coronavirus or have a fever or respiratory symptoms, please call your doctor first before leaving home.

Novant Health has started to resume some nonurgent services. You should also call your doctor first if you need to be seen for an issue unrelated to coronavirus. Virtual care visits are available as well.

Your health and well-being is always our first priority, and we’re taking extra steps to deliver the safest care possible.

Please note: masking, visitor restrictions and other precautions are in effect at our clinics. Learn more »

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Don't have a doctor?

If you are concerned about coronavirus symptoms and don't have a primary care doctor, call our helpline to determine your next steps.


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Virtual care options

Options include e-visits and video visits (on-demand or scheduled).

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You'll need a MyChart account

Log in with your MyChart account to begin your virtual care visit.

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Screening & respiratory assessment centers

A referral is not required, but if you are unsure whether you need a COVID-19 test, please call either your primary care doctor or 877-9NOVANT before traveling to a screening center. You can also take our online assessment.

Check this page regularly for updated locations and hours.

Brunswick County area

Greater Charlotte area

Raleigh-Durham/Triangle area

Rowan County area

Winston-Salem/Triad area

Know before you go: important information
  • Novant Health Screening Centers are scheduled to close at noon. Please note that in times of high volume, some locations may need to stop receiving new patients before noon to accommodate the large number of people who are already in line for testing.
  • Novant Health GoHealth Urgent Care has several designated COVID-19 testing locations with extended hours and weekend availability, should you need testing after screening centers have closed for the day.

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When to visit the emergency room

Even in a pandemic, hospitals are safe for all patients. It's important to react quickly to symptoms of serious illness, and every minute counts during a stroke or heart attack.

Learn the signs of a stroke or a heart attack.    Find an ER

Keeping you safe

Novant Health has started to resume some nonurgent services. Your health and well-being is always our first priority, and we’re taking extra steps to deliver the safest care possible.  Learn how »

Visitor restrictions

Out of concern for the health and well-being of our patients and to help control the spread of respiratory illnesses such as the coronavirus, Novant Health is restricting visitation for patients in our hospitals except for laboring mothers and patients who are minors (under age 18).  Read more »

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We are resuming some services

Novant Health has started to resume some nonurgent services. Beginning Monday, May 4, clinics will reinstate appointments that were previously delayed by phasing in visits. Our teams will contact patients to begin rescheduling appointments. Your health and well-being is always our first priority, and we’re taking extra steps to deliver the safest care possible.

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Updated hours and temporary closures

Please note, some Novant Health locations may continue to have modified hours or may be temporarily closed. Virtual visits and alternative care locations may be available. Please call your doctor's office to verify your appointment before leaving home for medical care.

Masking in clinics

Our team members are wearing masks to protect our patients and our communities. We will also utilize social distancing and strict cleaning protocols to keep our clinics safe.

Per CDC guidance, we ask that all patients come to their appointments with a cloth mask or face covering. Patients without a mask will be provided one.

Visitor restrictions

To protect the health and safety of our patients and team members, Novant Health is limiting the number of visitors that come with patients to its ambulatory clinics:

  • Patients may only bring one visitor with them to their appointment.
  • Visitors must be 13 or older unless needing medical care.
  • Visitors must be healthy (no cough, fever or flu-like symptoms).
  • Visitors will be asked to wait in the exam room with the patient.

Please note: Additional restrictions apply at our women's health clinics and Cancer Institute clinics.

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Coronavirus FAQ

What are general prevention measures for the coronavirus?

I am experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus and I am not feeling well. What should I do?

Who is eligible to be screened for the coronavirus? Who is eligible to be tested?

I’ve been tested for the coronavirus at a Novant Health facility. What happens next?

What is a screening center? What is a respiratory assessment center?

What’s the best thing I can do to keep myself and my family safe?

Why is Novant Health now resuming non-emergency/time sensitive surgeries and appointments across facilities?

How will the resumption of services work?

How is Novant Health helping patients in the hospital stay connected during this time?

Are Novant Health events and classes cancelled?

How do stay-at-home orders help the community?

Can a patient sign up for COVID-19 clinical trials?

What does the clinical trial mean for our community?

What are mobile health units? Can I get screened there?

What can I do about feelings of anxiety or depression from social distancing?

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