• Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    We’re all working together to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Help us by staying informed. We’re learning more about this virus every day, and it will continue to impact the way we deliver care. Stay safe and informed with this Coronavirus Resource Page.

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  • When To Go To The Hospital

    Health emergencies don’t wait, even in a pandemic. An "I'll wait it out" attitude due to fear of COVID-19 could put your health at risk and cause long-term damage. We are open and ready to provide safe care for you.

  • When You Should Go
  • Luminis Health Visitor Guidelines

    Caring for and protecting our patients, families, employees, and the community during COVID-19 is of the utmost importance to Luminis Health. As a patient- and family-centered organization, we continue to review and update our visitor guidelines and practices as the situation changes.

    You can find our most up to date guidelines, effective Monday, Aug. 31, 2020, on living.aahs.org.

  • Visitor Guidelines
  • Your Questions Answered

    As we work together to lessen the impact of COVID-19, we’re committed to getting you the most important and updated information. Because we’re learning more about COVID-19 every day, these FAQs are evolving, and items will be added and updated as new questions and answers emerge.

     

  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please call your primary care provider to see if further screening is necessary. By calling in advance, your provider can take your health history over the phone and determine if you require testing. In most cases, self-isolation at home is the best way to manage COVID-19 symptoms.

    If you do not have a primary care provider, call CareConnectNow to discuss your symptoms with a medical professional. CareConnectNow offers virtual visits for many conditions where you would seek urgent care.

     

    The CDC has identified a number of emergency warning signs that require immediate medical attention.

    If you are experiencing these warning signs or have other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you, go to the Emergency Department. 

    We are safe, ready and open to provide you with the care you need. Please reach out to your provider or specialist to inquire about your appointment and our new safety procedures for in-office visits as well as options for telehealth video visits.

    We are limiting surgeries and procedures to emergencies or urgent cases only. This measure is in effect until further notice. We are contacting patients directly to notify them and reschedule, as appropriate.

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  • What You Should Know

  • Promo-High Risk

    High-Risk Individuals

    Certain people are at a higher risk of getting very sick from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), including older adults and people with chronic medical conditions.

    Promo-COVID-19 and Pregnancy

    COVID-19 and Pregnancy

    Today’s uncertainties with COVID-19 likely raise additional concerns in your mind as you prepare for your labor and delivery. Know that we hear you and so many others who are faced with similar challenges.

    Mental Health

    Mental Health

    Our mental health is just as important to care for as our physical health. This is especially true when we’re naturally feeling more stress, fear and anxiety due to the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

    Plasma Donations for COVID-19 Patients: What You Need to Know

    Plasma Donations

    Anne Arundel Medical Center is participating in a national study to collect “convalescent” plasma from recovered coronavirus (COVID-19) patients, to give to patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19-related illness.

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