Centers for Disease Control Website
Virginia Department of Health Website
Augusta Health Vaccine Portal
Monoclonal Antibody Clinic
The Monoclonal Antibody Clinic is available Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm at the Waynesboro Primary Care located at 201 Lew Dewitt Blvd. Currently, this is the only Augusta Health location offering this service. Please note that a referral is required from the PCP, ER, or Urgent Care. Once your referral is received one of our attending physicians, either Dr. Adiba Geeti or Dr. Jay Snyder, will complete a telemedicine visit with the patient to review the risks, benefits, and inclusion criteria.
Once the patient qualifies for treatment the office will schedule an appointment.
Click here for the Monoclonal Antibody referral form.
Augusta Health Joins the Mayo Clinic Care Network
Augusta Health has joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Members of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a group of carefully vetted, independent health care organizations, have special access to Mayo Clinic’s knowledge and expertise. Physicians from Augusta Health will be able to combine their understanding of their patients’ medical needs with Mayo Clinic expertise, so patients get exactly the care they need, close to home. There is no additional cost to patients.
United Healthcare Vitamin D Coverage Update
If you have questions contact Lori Hazlett, LHazlett@AugustaHealth.com, 540-332-5832.
Hepatitis C Program
Augusta Health Infectious Disease providers are experienced in treating chronic Hepatitis C (HCV) infection. With Dr. Jessica Lewis joining the group in November 2021, we have expanded access and availability in the Infectious Disease clinic. Once your patient is documented to have a detectable HCV RNA level, please send a referral to the clinic (fax number 540-245-7031). Your patient will be scheduled to see a provider within 2-4 weeks. We will order all other necessary labs and imaging and will complete the paperwork needed to get insurance coverage or other payment assistance for DAA treatment. We will continue to see your patient in follow-up throughout their treatment course and until they have documented cure (sustained virologic response or SVR).
– Click here for more information on Hep C
Culinary Medicine Program
Culinary medicine is an emerging field: it is a new educational and nutritional approach to improving eating behaviors, using techniques in mindful eating, focusing on skills such as food shopping, storage, and meal preparation. By working with our chefs, nutritionists, GI physicians, and farmers to learn the art of cuisine for health, we are also aspiring to promote mindful eating, cultivating awareness of where our food comes from, enjoying the process of cooking for living well, and embracing food as connection with other humans.
– Click here for more information on Culinary Medicine Program