COVID-19 Testing in Bridgeport, CT

DOCS Urgent Care of Bridgeport is dedicated to providing the best care for our patients. Due to the recent pandemic, we are now offering COVID-19 testing at our Bridgeport office. Patients with symptoms can receive an antibody test or rapid diagnostic test. Please schedule an appointment with us today to be tested. 

QUALITY, AFFORDABLE CARE

DOCS URGENT CARE – BRIDGEPORT

ADDRESS
1677 E Main St
Bridgeport CT, 06608

PHONE
203-612-7929

FAX
(203) 612-7931

HOURS
WEEKDAYS : 9AM-6PM
SATURDAY: 9AM-4PM
SUNDAY: Closed

COVID-19 Symptoms

The virus has been most commonly described as similar to the flu, which includes fever, cough, congestion, and shortness of breath. At least 80% of those infected with COVID-19 do not require medical treatment. Only those with severe symptoms of shortness of breath or difficulty breathing should report to the Emergency Department.

Who Should Get Tested?

If you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 of if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, it’s best to contact a healthcare provider. DOCS of Bridgeport can offer you a consultation and testing if required.

COVID-19 Testing Offered in Bridgeport

Blood Drawing for Antibody Testing

Our Bridgeport office can offer antibody testing for COVID-19. This test includes drawing blood to then send to our lab for testing. This test will look for the presence of certain antibodies and determine if you have already had the virus.

Rapid Diagnostic Testing

We can also offer rapid diagnostic testing in Bridgeport for COVID-19. This is an advanced and more effective testing for the virus. Results can be given in as little as 15 minutes. 

To administer this test, our Bridgeport office has a Quidel Sofia 2 diagnostic machine that operates using nasopharyngeal swabs that will be processed through the machine. With little wait time, you will have your results even before you leave the office.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you or a family member are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please contact our office for an appointment prior to arrival.