Kroger Atlanta Health Division, one healthcare division of The Kroger Co., is supporting the Biden administration’s “Test to Treat” initiative for patients exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 at all 225 The Little Clinic Locations located in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Virginia and Georgia.
Following a positive COVID-19 test at The Little Clinic, patients will receive their antiviral prescription, which may be filled at a Kroger family pharmacy. The Kroger pharmacies are expecting inventory of the treatments to arrive this week.
Patients may schedule a test here and select “COVID Viral Test (Test Active Infection)” as the reason for their visit.
Kroger Little Clinics In Georgia
- Little Clinic, 700 Highway 29 N, Athens;
- Little Clinic, 505 Dacula Rd, Dacula;
- Little Clinic, 1751 Newnan Crossing Boulevard E, Newnan;
- Little Clinic, 800 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta;
- Little Clinic, 457 Nathan Dean Boulevard, Dallas,
- Little Clinic, 564 Crosstown Drive, Peachtree City;
- Little Clinic, 774 Hwy 96, Bonaire;
- Little Clinic, 378 Marketplace Parkway, Dawsonville;
- Little Clinic, 3240 S. Cobb Drive SE, Smyrna;
- Little Clinic, 125 Main Street Market Place SE, Cartersville;
- Little Clinic, 1931 Jesse Jewell Parkway SE, Gainesville;
- Little Clinic, 1227 Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain;
- Little Clinic, 1355 South Park Street, Carrollton;
- Little Clinic, 4321 Hartley Bridge Road, Macon;
- Little Clinic, 6001 Cumming Highway, Sugar Hilla;
- Little Clinic, 5550 Bethelview Road, Cumming
- Little Clinic, 1685 Old Pendergrass Road, Jefferson; and
- Little Clinic, 400 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Suwanee.
The U.S. COVID-19 Therapeutic Locator will update when these locations have product on site.
Kroger Health, the healthcare division of The Kroger Co., is one of America’s leading retail healthcare organizations, with over 2,200 pharmacies and 220 clinics in 35 states serving more than 14 million customers. Its organizational team consists of 22,000 healthcare practitioners – from pharmacists and nurse practitioners, to dietitians and technicians. Kroger says it believes in practicing at the top of our licenses and enabling “food as medicine” to help prevent or manage certain diseases.
For more information, visit krogerhealth.com.