At Wellstar, we know not one person’s life has gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across Georgia — and throughout the world — we’ve had to continue to fight the virus as new variants emerge. But through every challenge and triumph, we’ve all been in this together.
However, hearing the same news reports and safety information over and over can become tiresome. It’s possible to forget what our community has been working towards… but now is not the time to tune out.
Wellness is a two-way street, and it’s up to all of us to make well happen.
That’s because just as much as saving lives and fighting illness happens every day at our Wellstar healthcare facilities, staying well starts with you. When you focus on the wellness of your world — yourself, family and friends — you have a profound impact on people everywhere.
When you join the movement to make well happen, you become a wellness warrior.
Here's how to do your part to make well happen:
- Stick it to COVID and get the COVID-19 vaccine to help protect your health and prevent the spread of the virus.
- Wear a mask to keep yourself healthy and the most vulnerable members of our community safe.
- Wash your hands often for 20 seconds to rid your hands of viruses, bacteria and other harmful germs that are easily spread by touching.
- Watch your distance around others to avoid community spread of COVID-19.
As you dedicate yourself to doing your part, Wellstar continues to keep the people and communities we serve safe every day. We have been working hard to make well happen, across all of our hospitals, health parks, urgent care centers and hundreds of medical offices.
How Wellstar is helping to make well happen:
Wellstar is ready to protect your health amid the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. We’re dedicated to delivering safe, expert care to our patients, no matter what their medical concerns may be.
From suiting up in PPE to ensuring our facilities stay sparkling clean, our team members have put additional measures in place to protect you from infection. To learn more, visit our COVID-19 resource page.
As we fight on the frontlines to keep Georgia well, we also look to you. You are a change-maker. When you do your part, we all work together to make well happen.