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Welcome to Fort Sanders Perinatal Center

Before You Visit:

Everyone is required to wear masks at all Covenant Health facilities and medical practices. To help conserve our supply of masks, we encourage you to bring a mask from home to wear. We also appreciate donations of cloth masks. Thank you for your cooperation in protecting the health and safety of our patients and employees.

Please Read This Important COVID-19 Information Prior to Your Visit

At Fort Sanders Perinatal Center, protecting the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff is more important now than ever. We are strictly adhering to CDC guidelines and Covenant Health policy regarding COVID-19. Here’s what you can expect at your upcoming appointment:

Visitation Policy

Visitor restrictions are still in place at this time, and include:

  • Only one adult support person 18 years or older will be allowed to accompany you to your office visit. You and your support person must wear a mask during your entire visit.
  • Delivering mothers may have two designated visitors during their hospital stay, one at a time, plus a doula.

If you’re sick or have been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, call our nurses’ line to receive instructions on what to do.

Masks

All patients, visitors, and staff are required to wear a mask over the nose and mouth at all times while at our clinic, regardless of vaccination status. Based on OSHA guideline, cloth face coverings are no longer allowed in patient-facing areas. FDA approved masks must be worn at all times. 

For more information about our COVID-19 guidelines, click here.

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

Services Quick Links

At the Fort Sanders Perinatal Center we provide a comprehensive range of procedures to assess your baby’s condition, rule out or confirm potential medical complications, and help physicians manage or prevent difficulties.

For a full listing of our services, please visit our services page.

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Text Reminders Coming Soon!

Effective November 1, you can receive text message reminders instead of a phone call by simply informing us of your preference. 

Fort Sanders Perinatal Center News


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