Check Your Risk for COVID‑19

How It Works 

  1. Select your symptoms.
  2. Get an idea of whether the symptoms you report suggest that you may have the COVID‑19 virus.
  3. Based on the result, choose a recommendation for how to move forward to either treat symptoms or get additional COVID-19 support or testing.

This system is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or other conditions, including COVID-19 and is based on best clinical practices, CDC guidelines, illness severity and risk factors like age and pre-existing conditions.

Does Emory Have COVID-19 Testing Available? 

Emory Healthcare has limited COVID-19 testing available and tests are prioritized for the most critical cases. Priority is given to those at high risk for spreading COVID-19 to others because of where they work or live, or who are at-risk for more severe illness.

  • Testing is provided only by appointment. Patients who are symptomatic may call 404-712-6843 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. -10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) to evaluate your condition and determine if you meet the criteria for testing. Walk-in appointments are not available.
  • You do not need to be tested if:
    • You do not have symptoms, as test results may be falsely reassuring because a negative result on one day does not mean that you will not become infected later
    • You have mild symptoms that do not require immediate care, however, you should isolate yourself at home for at least a week after symptoms started
  • Our ability to sustain testing relies on the availability of testing supplies and protective personal equipment. We do not want to use these important resources for unnecessary testing. 
  • Emory is also partnering with key local health care systems, including Piedmont Healthcare and Wellstar, with the community and governmental support to ensure good coordination across the region.