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Latest Office News:

 

Online bill pay now available for use!

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We are pleased to announce that after further negotiations with State Department of Public Health, we will resume COVID-19 vaccinations on March 16, 2021. We are so thankful for this outpouring of support provided by this community and our state and local leaders. 

April 2021 is National Autism Awareness Month. Autism - or ASD - is a complex developmental disability. It typically appears during childhood and affects a person's ability to communicate and interact with others. Visit the Autism Society to learn more about signs and symptoms, and how to be more inclusive of those with autism.

The State of Georgia Health Department has issued a public health hotline for the general public to answer common questions about COVID-19. The number is 1-866-PUB-HLTH (1-866-782-4584). After dialing the number, press 3 for COVID-19 extension, then press 1 for information and answers to common questions. If you have additional questions, please contact our office at 706-283-3315 or your healthcare provider.

ONLINE BILL PAY is now available for use!  Log in to www.paymydoctor.com and enroll today. If you have further questions or need help call the office or come by for instructions. 

Dear Friends,

    The past few weeks at The Medical Center have been very trying, to say the least, but the outpouring of support we have received from the citizens of Elberton has been overwhelming.

      We want to publicly thank every person who has sent letters, emails, written emails and letters on our behalf, provided our office with meals and offered a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen. We appreciate you.

       We want every citizen to be proud of the efforts that your state and local leaders have put forth. Rob Leverett, Lee Anderson, Chuck Almond, Jon Jarvis, Larry Guest, Lee Vaughn, Bob Thomas, Daniel Graves, Tom McCall, Dr. Cindy Mercer and many others I have failed to mention, have worked tirelessly to ensure that Elbert County citizens can continue to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

        We want to thank Gary Jones and Linton Johnson for fairly and consistently providing a transparent and accurate representation of the events that have led us to this point.

        Finally, and most importantly, our patrons and our friends, your support this past year and especially during the last few weeks, has rejuvenated my pride to live and work in Elbert County.

       Many people speak of the disadvantages of living in a small town, but they tend to lose sight of the advantages - the community comes together in times of need and strengthens to form an even tighter bond. For that we are forever grateful. While words cannot begin to express the gratitude we feel, please accept a heartfelt THANK YOU!

                                      Sincerely,

                                      Brooke McDowell

                                      Practice Administrator

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The Medical Center of Elberton

109 College Avenue

Elberton, GA 30635

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