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​​​Common Questions​

Will parents​' permission be sought before minors are treated?

Yes. Parents or guardians of minors will be notified before treatment is provided. The school nurse or clinic staff will contact the parents ​if your child needs immediate care.

All paperwork and consents will be completed electronically by any device with Internet access.

After your child receives care, parents will be notified with treatment details. Also, child health records are available through our primary care patient portal 

​Will my insurance cover a visit to the clinic?

The Atrium Health Floyd Rome High School clinic operates as a regular family medicine clinic. The clinic will accept the same insurance that is accepted at our other primary care locations. Click here to see a complete list of accepted insurance carriers.

​How will payment be handled if I do not have insurance?

Patients who do not have commercial insurance or other coverage may be eligible for an income-based assistance program. Eligibility is limited to those whose income and family size fall within certain percentages of the federal poverty guidelines. Our patient financial counselors can discuss these options with you and may be reached at the appropriate telephone number based on the service you received. To speak to a financial counselor about payment, contact primary care billing at 706-509-3040.​​

​What services/treatments will be offered?​

The clinic will accept appointments for routine check-ups, vaccinations and sports physicals. Parents will be notified before and after care is provided to minors.

​The following is a list of services provided at the clinic:​

  • adult wellness visit​s
  • well-child checks
  • sports physicals
  • rapid flu test
  • rapid strep test

​​The following is a list of common conditions that can be treated at the clinic:

  • ​ear pain/ear infection
  • fever
  • ​pink eye
  • sore throat
  • ​upper respiratory illness symptoms
  • urinary tract infections
  • vomiting/diarrhea/gastrointestinal illnesses​

Will the clinic provide medication? 

While our providers can write prescriptions, patients will have to get them filled at their pharmacy of choice. For chronic conditions you will have to see your provider if you require prescriptions on a regular basis.


If you question has not been answered above, email us or call the clinic at 706-291-​5372. ​