Appling Healthcare Confirms Two Positive Cases of COVID-19 at Pavilion in Baxley

04/13/2020 Appling Healthcare announces two residents of the Appling Nursing and Rehabilitation Pavilion have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. After learning of the positive results this weekend, the facility immediately notified local and state public health officials and began contacting all employees and residents’ families. For the protection of all individuals in the facility,… Read more »

 

Appling Healthcare COVID-19 Updates

04/03/2020 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, Appling Healthcare will offer drive-thru coronavirus testing by appointment only at our main location at 163 East Tollison Street in Baxley. This testing is available for any patient but only with a doctor’s order from any healthcare provider. Physicians who are not Appling Healthcare providers should… Read more »

 

CEO Randy Crawford Discusses COVID-19 in Baxley News Banner

03/31/2020 Thank you Baxley News Banner for the great article published March 31, 2020. Appling Healthcare Working Hard To Prepare for Coronavirus By Mary Ann Ellis According to Randy Crawford, CEO of the Appling HealthCare System, just because Appling County has no reported coronavirus cases yet does not mean that healthcare professionals should stop preparing… Read more »

 

Appling Healthcare Updates Community on COVID-19

03/23/2020 Latest Information on Restrictions and COVID-19 Tests Appling Healthcare has not received any positive COVID-19 test results; however, multiple test results are pending. The Georgia Department of Public Health and Appling Healthcare will update the community with any confirmed cases.  Effective immediately, Appling Healthcare announces the following procedural changes are in place until further… Read more »

 

Appling Healthcare COVID-19 Updates

03/16/2020 At this time, Appling Healthcare has no confirmed cases of COVID-19. We are continuing to closely monitor COVID-19 as the CDC protocols are changing quickly. As a reminder, please contact your primary care physician if you feel sick or are experiencing any of the following coronavirus symptoms: fever, cough, or shortness of breath. (A… Read more »