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Coronavirus Vaccine

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Great News! AHN is now scheduling people in Phase 1C and above for the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Your Coronavirus Resource

From scheduling vaccine appointments to finding testing sites, AHN is here to provide guidance and support on all things Coronavirus.

Schedule your Coronavirus vaccine today

AHN is fully prepared to vaccinate as many people as we can, as quickly as we can. Check our scheduler for open appointments at a location convenient to you.

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Visiting patients

Patients can now have one healthy support person visit them. AHN understands how important having a loved one around can be for a patient’s recovery, and we’re happy to welcome back that support. Review our policy for details and exceptions. 

What do I do if I think I have Coronavirus?

If you have symptoms like a fever or cough, the safest place to be — for you and everyone else — is in your home. To get care, you have a few different options. 

Please note: If you’re having a true medical emergency, Coronavirus-related or not, dial 911 or visit your closest emergency department. AHN has taken extra precautions within our facilities to keep all patients as safe as possible. Don’t delay receiving medical attention — we’re here to help.


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    What should I do if I think I’ve been exposed to Coronavirus?

    If you believe you’ve come in contact with someone who has Coronavirus, call (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348. They can help you determine next steps, which may include finding a testing location nearest you.

    CALL (412) NURSE-4-U

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    Where do I go if I have Coronavirus symptoms?

    First, don’t panic. Call your doctor’s office or our 24/7 Nurse Line first before going to the emergency department or to your physician’s office. They will help you determine your next steps. To reach the 24/7 Nurse Line in the Pittsburgh or Erie area, call (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348.


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    How can I get Coronavirus testing?

    AHN has opened many test collection locations in Western PA and Erie. If you’re experiencing symptoms call your doctor’s office or schedule a virtual visit through MyChart or call (412) NURSE-4-U (412) 687-7348 to discuss symptoms and next steps. Your doctor will evaluate you and will determine if a test needs to be ordered.


Common Cold, Flu, or Coronavirus?

Find out with AHN’s COVID-19 Symptom Checker — then learn what your options are for getting care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn how to stay safe, help AHN, and see your doctor for other care. Most importantly, get answers for what you need to know and do if you get coronavirus (COVID-19).
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    The COVID-19 Vaccine

    A vaccine is approved, and distribution has started. Find out more about vaccine supply, rollout plans, safety, and other important updates.

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    If you suspect you have it

    Discover when you need to quarantine yourself, see a doctor, and get tested. Also learn what happens after you get tested for coronavirus.

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    Coronavirus Testing

    AHN has opened many test collection locations in Western PA and Erie. To get an appointment, you need to call your doctor and get a prescription.

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    Basics and tips

    We learn more about COVID-19 every day including how the virus spreads, who’s more susceptible, using masks and how you can avoid catching it.

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    Care for other conditions

    If you are seeking treatment or have a chronic condition, you probably have a lot of questions on how COVID-19 affects your ongoing care.

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    What if I’m pregnant?

    If you’re concerned about yourself, your pregnancy, or your baby during this time, AHN is here to help keep you safe and healthy.

We're here for your health

AHN is committed to heightened disinfecting and protection measures, so you can trust you'll be safe at our hospitals and offices. If you need care, you can come to our facilities knowing we're taking every precaution to ensure you're seen quickly and safely.

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Helpful resources and tools

The CDC and other trusted sources are sharing the latest coronavirus updates and tools for you to get help with food, housing, and more.

• Wear a Mask. It makes a big difference Fact Sheet

• CDC’s Coronavirus Fact Sheet

Pennsylvania Department of Health’s coronavirus updates

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Are you looking for ways to help?

As we take on the many challenges of Coronavirus (COVID-19), AHN is extremely grateful for the outpouring of support from the community.