Cone Health Closing Outpatient Rehabilitation Facilities
The move is being done to protect the safety of the community.
Greensboro – Cone Health is closing all 12 of its community-based (outpatient) rehabilitation locations. The action is being done to protect employees and staff from potentially being exposed to coronavirus as it builds in our communities.
Cone Health rehabilitation facilities are in Alamance, Forsyth, Guilford, Rockingham Counties. The facilities are closed until further notice. Rehabilitation professionals are working with patients to help them continue their care. Rehabilitation services provided in hospitals are continuing as usual.
Community-based rehabilitation staff are being reassigned to other areas.
Cone Health reminds people of the importance of frequent hand washing, covering coughs and social distancing. Those who have COVID-19 symptoms should call their doctor or make a virtual visit. Virtual care options include on-demand video calls e-visits and scheduled video visits.
Cone Health has been working with national, state and local health agencies as well as local, county and state governments to prepare for COVID-19. For more information about COVID-19 and the signs and symptoms, people should go to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website or www.conehealth.com/coronavirus.