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COVID-19 Update

May 18, 2021 COVID 19 Update: Although the increasing vaccinations rates have allowed for softening of some protocols, we will continue screening for symptoms and mask wearing. We are closely monitoring the situation and our protocols will be updated using the latest guidance from CDC and public health authorities for healthcare facilities such as ours. We consider mask wearing as community care and we will continue to require masks in our center. Please read below to learn more about how we are prioritizing our patient and staff safety.

Dear Feminist Women’s Health Center Community, 

We know you are concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As a reproductive healthcare provider doing work through a reproductive justice lens, we want to assure you that we are taking this seriously and care deeply about the community we serve. The risk to the general public remains low; at the same time, we are taking special precautions to ensure our patients’ health and safety during this time.

Please do not postpone needed healthcare, especially abortion services, as delaying abortion care increases risks and costs. Please remember that our priority remains to ensure reproductive health care access to all who need it without judgement. We always want to simultaneously consider the health and well-being of our staff and patients and the potential delay of critical reproductive health care, like abortion.

If there is anything preventing you from making and keeping an appointment, please call 404-728-7900 and speak to one of our staf

Our center is open and offering all our health services including abortion and sexual/GYN wellness services on a regular schedule. We are following the latest guidance from the Center for Disease Control, Georgia Dept. of Public Health and National Abortion Federation and doing all we can to help keep our patients and staff healthy and safe. Please note that we do not allow walk-ins. Call us at 404-728-7900 to make an appointment for any of the services listed on our website

To ensure our patient’s health and safety from COVID-19, we have implemented additional protocols.

Patients and guests are initially screened for recent travel and symptoms when making an appointment over the phone, and again when they arrive at our facility, before entering the building. Staff and volunteers are being screened and monitored to help maintain the safest possible environment for everyone. We are posting signs with proper handwashing instructions and increasing our infection control protocols to limit the transmission of illness in our clinic spaces.

We are doing all we can to help keep our employees and patients safe and healthy. 

There is a lot of false information being shared on social media and in some news. Here are fact-based guidelines for what you need to know, and what you can do:

What are the Symptoms of Coronavirus?

  • Commonly reported symptoms include fever, cough or shortness of breath.
  • Most people with COVID-19 will have mild symptoms. People who are at most risk for severe illness are those who have other health conditions, including chronic lung disease, heart disease, diabetes, cancer or a weakened immune system.

What Should I do if I Feel Sick?

  • Stay home and call a doctor if you have cold or flu symptoms like coughing, shortness of breath, fever or sore throat.
  • If you do not feel better in 24-48 hours, seek care from your primary care doctor.
  • If you need help getting medical care, call 311.
  • Health care providers are not obligated to inquire into or report to federal immigration authorities about a patient’s immigration status. Receiving health care is not a public benefit identified by the public charge test.

How Can I Protect Myself and Others from Coronavirus?

  • Wash hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when sneezing or coughing, or cough into the crook of your arm. Do not use your hands.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Do not shake hands. Instead wave or elbow bump.
  • Monitor your heath more closely than usual for cold or flu symptoms.
  • Get the flu shot. The best prevention against the flu is vaccination. Flu is still widespread and active in Georgia – it’s not too late to get a flu shot. The flu shot will not protect you from COVID-19, it will help prevent the flu which has similar symptoms to this coronavirus.

For updated information and complete guidelines from the CDC, click here

How can I address the potential for stigma and discrimination related to the spread of COVID-19?

  • Coronavirus doesn’t recognize race, nationality, or ethnicity. Coronavirus (COVID-19) started in Wuhan, China. Having Chinese ancestry –– or any other ancestry –– does not make a person more vulnerable to this illness.
  • Wearing a mask does not mean a person is ill. People wear masks for a variety of reasons, including to avoid pollen and air pollution and for cultural and social reasons. We should not judge someone for wearing a mask or assume they are sick. Many communities are already living with impacted immune systems and/or disabilities.
  • Speak up if you hear, see, or read discriminatory comments. Correct false information and remind the person that prejudiced language and actions make us all less safe.
  • Show compassion and support for those most closely impacted. Listen to, acknowledge and, with permission, share the stories of people experiencing stigma, along with a message that oppression is not acceptable in our community. Supplies, accessibility, and convenience in healthcare should not be a privilege.

We know things may feel uncertain and scary right now. But please know that we are all doing the best we can to care for ourselves and each other as we learn more. Feminist Women’s Health Care is committed to our vision of reproductive justice for all, including the human right to health and well being.

Kwajelyn J. Jackson
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We remain committed to providing compassionate abortion care services to our patients.

What We Do

At Feminist Center, we provide a range of healthcare services and we are committed to making our services safe and welcoming to the LGBTQIA+ community. Through community education, grassroots organizing, and advocacy programs we work to advance reproductive health, rights, and justice.

Georgia's 6-Week Abortion Ban In Effect

If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant and need an abortion, seek care immediately. We are still providing abortion care up to the legal limit. There are exceptions to the law. Please give us a call to know your options. Read what the 6-week ban means for you.