Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQ

Last updated April 2021

Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, all locations are able to test for COVID19. We have both rapid antigen testing and PCR testing options available

Yes, our rapid antigen testing provides results in about 30 minutes. We utilize the Quidel Sofia 2 antigen tests. We also have rapid molecular testing using the Abbott ID Now.

Please click this link to get a copy of your test results. If for any reason you cannot get your results online, please chat with our web team using the link below for assistance or return to the clinic to pick up a copy of your results

Testing is by appointment only by same day appointments are available. You may walk in for any other urgent care needs

Yes, an appointment is needed for COVID testing

No referral is needed

PCR or molecular testing is available. These are sent out to a third party lab and results are available in 1-4 days typically.  Registration for testing is paused from 12-1 at all locations and again 90 minutes prior to closing at all locations. These are not the same at the rapid tests available on site.

Yes, we can draw blood and send out to a third party lab or we can provide a requisition for you to be seen at a lab for your blood draw.

Yes, almost all insurances are covering testing at 100%. This includes antigen, PCR, and antibody testing.

The out of pocket expense for rapid testing without insurance is $195.

Yes, as of right now insurance is not limiting the number of times you can be tested

Please book an appointment for covid testing here

We can test anyone over the age of 2.

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