Learn more about our response to COVID-19 and how we’re providing a safe environment for older adults in our community to receive long-term care, short-term recovery, and therapy and rehabilitation services.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases

See updated information of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Caring through COVID

We offer a safe environment for long-term care, short-term recovery, and therapy and rehabilitation services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Read answers to some frequently asked questions.

Ways to Help

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Job Opportunities

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For Families

Stay connected with your loved ones at A.G. Rhodes.

Current Operating Status

On July 31, Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order renewing the public health state of emergency through September 10. The order requires that long-term care communities like A.G. Rhodes continue to restrict visitation, group activities and communal dining. Click here to access the latest executive order. As we near the September 10 date, we will closely follow further guidance, recommendations and requirements issued by the Governor and/or other officials, and we will keep you updated.

We realize how difficult these extensions are and we continue to facilitate outdoor visits, and Skype and FaceTime calls to help our residents and families stay connected. Families may click here for information on setting up a call or outdoor visit.

Previous Operating Status Update

Friday, July 17:
In accordance with Governor Kemp’s recent Executive Order which includes measures that apply to long-term care facilities until August 11, we continue to restrict facility visitation, group activities and communal dining. As we near the August 11 date, we will closely follow further guidance, recommendations and requirements issued by the Governor and/or other officials, and we will post updates.

Additionally, Governor Kemp recently signed House Bill 987, which includes measures to protect Georgia’s older adults who reside in senior care facilities. Included in the bill are mandates requiring that communities like ours share certain information concerning COVID-19. This information, including number of confirmed COVID cases and measures we are taking to stop the spread of COVID-19, is posted on this webpage and will be updated regularly.