March 24, 2020
- Rockbridge Area Health Center has put together some Quick Facts to answer some common questions in regards to COVID-19 and changes in employment status. Click the image below to view the fact sheet.
March 19, 2020
- The Behavioral Health Team will be shifting to telehealth work, by appointment only, with as many patients as possible starting next week. The goal of making this transition is to protect both patients and providers. Click here to view instructions for using telehealth services.
March 18, 2020
- Due to very limited testing supplies, we are only able to provide Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing for current patients who have mild fever or cough AND are in a high risk category of over 60 years old with underlying health conditions. Please call our triage nurse at (540) 464-8700 if you are in this category or have any questions or concerns.
- Please do not park in the coned off area of our parking lot unless directed to do so by a RAHC staff member.
March 16, 2020
- Rockbridge Area Health Center continues to follow CDC, VDH and VDA guidelines
- No confirmed cases of COVID-19
- All non-emergency dental appointments are being rescheduled.
- Visitors and patients interested in Sliding Fee Discount Programs and Medicaid assistance should call (540) 464-8700 and select option 1. Please do not enter the Health Center facility.
March 12, 2020
All around the world, and in the Rockbridge area, the COVID-19 virus is creating unprecedented circumstances. At the Rockbridge Area Health Center, the health of our patients, staff and their families remains our highest priority. RAHC is working closely with community partners to monitor the evolving pandemic. We advise our patients to follow the Virginia Department of Health for daily, regional updates.
For national updates and advice about risk reduction and travel notices, please follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
If you are a patient of RAHC and you, or a member of your household have flu-like symptoms (cough, congestion, runny nose and fever), or have recently traveled abroad and are concerned about your health, please call RAHC so that our staff can provide a brief phone screening to ensure that you receive the best care available.
There are simple things you can do to help yourself and your community stay healthy:
- Wash your hands often
- Stay hydrated
- Get plenty of rest
- Eat healthy food
- Practice stress relieving activities
- If you are not feeling well, stay home, rest, and do not visit with older adults
The RAHC will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves and will provide additional updates as needed.
Take good care!