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Coronavirus Information

The health and safety of our employees, customers and the communities we serve is our top priority. We’re closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure we’re acting on the latest information and guidance.

We’re here to help

We have taken steps and are well-positioned to ensure we continue to provide our customers with uninterrupted services during these tumultuous circumstances.

As of Monday, March 16th, First American Bank moved to Drive-Thru Only access at each of our branches in order to limit the potential spread of the virus.

  • During this time, we have standardized Drive-Thru hours at each of our branches. Those hours are Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM and Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Saturday Drive-Thru hours will remain the same.
  • Please remember all of our branches provide Drive-Thru and ATM service. Our team is available during normal business hours at 706-354-5000, and 24/7 telephonic banking is available at 706-552-4848 .

We have taken steps and are well-positioned to ensure we continue to provide our customers with uninterrupted services during these tumultuous circumstances.

With online and mobile banking, you can save time, skip the trip to the branch, and conduct transactions anywhere and from any device virtually 24/7. We've made online and mobile banking more convenient than ever with more capabilities and flexible options:

  • Access Your Accounts
  • Check Your Balance
  • View and Search Transactions
  • Add, Manage and Pay Bills
  • Transfer Funds
  • Deposit Checks
  • and so much more…

Register for Online Banking (Consumer Accounts):  www.firstamericanishere.com
Download the mobile app:

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What we’re doing

  • Communicating and following health guidelines and evolving best practices issued by the CDC and relevant government authorities.
  • Increasing the frequency and rigor of cleaning our offices.
  • Requiring our employees to work from home if they have symptoms that could indicate a contagious illness, such as a fever and/or a cough.
  • Asking employees to attend group sessions (more than 5 people) virtually.
  • Ensuring work-from-home options are available to our employees as necessary or desired.

Staying healthy

We encourage everyone to follow the guidance provided by the CDC to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases at home, in the workplace and while traveling. Please refer to the CDC website for the most updated information. 

We will continue to monitor the situation, and provide updates via our website and social media.

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