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Alerts & Closings


Flu Vaccines


This Flu season the physicians at GMA have once again elected to administer Flublok.  Flublok is: 1) a higher dose vaccine – 3 times the strength of the regular dose  2) quadrivalent – covers 4 strains instead of just 3 and 3) Recommended for patients 18 years and older.  If you are a patient of Guilford Medical and have not been vaccinated, please remind the staff to give you a vaccine when you come in for your regular appointment, come in on Thursdays from 10am-12pm | 2pm-4pm or call to set up a time to come in and receive your vaccination.



The FDA and CDC have now authorized an updated bivalent COVID vaccine for anyone over the age of 12 who has completed their primary vaccine series (two Pfizer or Moderna shots or one J&J shot). The Pfizer booster will be available to anyone age 12 and older and Moderna will be available to anyone age 18 and older. They have advised waiting at least 2 months after your most recent COVID vaccine to get the new booster. This new bivalent vaccine is similar to the original booster shots but will include a new protein that will provide additional protection against Omicron variants, including BA.4 and BA.5 which are the predominant strains we are seeing currently. We encourage all of our patients to get this new booster shot as we continue to see high levels of COVID activity in our community. We hope that this new booster will help to minimize a spike in cases as we enter the fall and winter holiday season.

GMA has ordered both Pfizer and Moderna shots and will update our website once we receive them to inform our patients of opportunities to receive them at our office. In the meantime, we would encourage you to get your updated booster wherever it is available including pharmacies or health department. You can find vaccination locations at:

Our second line of defense, oral antivirals Paxlovid and Molnupiravir, are readily available for higher risk patients (those over 65, those with chronic medical conditions, or unvaccinated people) who test positive for COVID. These prescriptions need to be started within 5 days of the onset of symptoms so we encourage testing if you develop symptoms. At home rapid tests can be purchased in the pharmacies. If you do test positive you should isolate for at least 5 days. If your symptoms are improving you can discontinue isolation after day 5 but should wear a well-fitting medical grade mask (n95, kn95 masks are preferred) for an additional 5 days to prevent transmission to others.

What about Monkeypox?:

-Monkeypox has been reported in NC and Guilford County.

-99% of cases are males. Nearly all cases in NC have been in men who reported having sex with men.

-it is spread primarily through direct skin to skin contact with someone who has monkeypox.

-Testing is encouraged if you had close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with monkeypox, or have symptoms of monkeypox including unexplained bumps, sores, blisters, or pimples that look like monkeypox.

-Vaccines are currently available at the health department for:

  • Anyone who had close contact in the past two weeks with someone who has been diagnosed with monkeypox, or
  • Gay or bisexual men or transgender individuals who report any of the following in the last 90 days:
    • Having multiple sex partners or anonymous sex
    • Being diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection
    • Receiving medications to prevent HIV infection (PrEP)
  • Vaccines are not recommended for others at this time.

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Closings or Delays:

Changes to regularly scheduled hours due to severe weather conditions will be posted here and also on the WFMY News2 website under closings & delays.

The office will be closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. 

 Office Hours:

Office hours are 8am – 5pm Monday through Friday.

For a non-emergency appointment please contact our office at 336 621-8911 or through the patient portal.

A doctor is always on call 24/7 for urgent medical issues.

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Welcome to Guilford Medical Associates

Guilford Medical Associates has been a part of the Greensboro medical community for more than 50 years. We have eleven physicians, all board certified in internal medicine and some in additional areas of specialization. As physicians and staff at Guilford Medical, our goal is to help you maintain optimum health by providing care which is efficient and comprehensive, yet personalized and caring. Recognizing that you as our patients are our most important asset, we are committed to courteous, confidential and timely service.

Our Services

We provide comprehensive internal medicine care for adults and adolescents over the age of seventeen. Our in-house services include primary care, laboratory, x-ray, bone density, disease management and referral coordination. Several of our physicians also provide nursing home care for the community.


Our walk-in lab is open from 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. No appointment is needed for lab work ordered by a provider.


We have a Certified Diabetes Educator available for all aspects of diabetes care. Patient goals to be covered are blood glucose monitoring, foot care, medications, nutrition and activity management.


With a skilled team of professionals, we are able to perform DEXA scanning and/or result interpretation.


We have Clinical Pharmacist Practitioners certified in anticoagulation management available to monitor patients requiring chronic anticoagulation.


We have expertise in providing patient education and medication management for a number of chronic disease states to improve patient health.


For the last 50 years the physicians at Guilford Medical have remained committed to providing continuity of primary care to our patients across all spectrums of care: in the outpatient setting, in the hospital and at select skilled nursing facilities.