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VISITOR RESTRICTIONS: To help control the spread of respiratory illnesses such as COVID-19, Cone Health is restricting visitors at our hospitals, cancer centers and outpatient clinics and practices. Learn more.
Cone Health seeks medical supplies from corporations, community organizations and individuals to help the system treat patients and prevent spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Cone Health CEO Terry Akin strongly applauds the decision by the Cities of Greensboro and High Point, and Guilford County, to order residents to stay at home.
Rockingham County pastors and Annie Penn Hospital staff gathered in a parking lot in front of the hospital emergency department for a Blessing of the Hands service.
Cone Health Closes Specimen Collection Site There are no longer enough supplies to keep collecting specimens for COVID-19 testing.
Cone Health is closing its community-based rehabilitation locations. The action is being done to protect employees and staff from potentially being exposed to COVID-19.
Beginning Monday March 20, people will not be allowed to visit friends and relatives in Cone Health hospitals with certain exceptions.
Cone Health is limiting surgeries, medical procedures, office visits and imaging. The limitations are in effect immediately.
Cone Health announces measures to help control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19.) These include drive-thru collection centers and triage stations outside of emergency departments.
Cone Health is prepared to keep you safe should the virus come to the communities we serve.
Mark Gordon has been named president of Alamance Regional Medical Center in Burlington. Gordon will also be a senior vice president with Cone Health.