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, Testing & Data

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

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Current Operating Status

On Sept. 30, Governor Brian Kemp issued an Executive Order extending the Public Health State of Emergency until November 9. Click here to access the latest executive order. The shelter in place provisions for people who live in long-term care communities like A.G. Rhodes remain in place.

Visitation Status: We continue following state and federal guidelines concerning visitation. For information about our visitation status, click here.

Previous Operating Status Update

Sept. 23, 2020:
Governor Brian Kemp, as well as other state and federal authorities with jurisdiction over nursing homes, issued instructions and guidelines for phased approaches to reopening. The state’s guidelines were revised on Sept. 22, and based on these instructions and guidelines; we have prepared a reopening plan for A.G. Rhodes. This plan includes accommodating indoor visits in a designated area at our Atlanta and Cobb locations in the next couple of weeks. We will accommodate indoor visits in a designated area at our Wesley Woods home when we meet the required criteria. Click here to review the plan and learn more about our visitation status.