COVID-19 testing is available for any interested patient via our Immediate Care or Primary Care appointments.
In order to maximize safety and minimize exposure, all COVID-19 testing requests are first evaluated via telemedicine (video) appointment. Afterwards, our staff will work with you to schedule the appropriate sample collection.
For immediate care, skip the line and book your same-day appointment now
Get in Line
For primary care you may also book an appointment by clicking below:
The following is a brief breakdown of available tests and general care measures:
COVID-19 Swab test
- Detects ACTIVE infection
- Used to diagnose COVID-19 if you have symptoms, including fever, cough, or shortness of breath
- Swabs are taken from either the nose or mouth
- Test results turn ‘negative’ or ‘normal’ when the infection resolves
- Our office schedules the collection of a COVID swab after a Telemedicine evaluation
COVID-19 Blood test
- Detects prior COVID infection by measuring antibodies
- Antibodies to COVID are thought to be protective and may indicate immunity
- Antibodies appear approximately 14 days after infection or exposure
- Scientists do not yet know how long antibodies will last after infection
- Does NOT detect active infections
- Our office schedules collection of the COVID blood test after a Telemedicine evaluation
- Specific test protocol — IgG antibodies via Abbott, which received FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) on 4/26/2020
- Reported sensitivity – 100%, specificity – 99.6%
General Health Measures regarding COVID-19
- If you are sick and experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, consider the COVID Swab test.
- Covid swabs can be ordered via a Telemedicine Consultation with our office
- Stay hydrated and take fever reducers as needed
- Patients with confirmed COVID-19 cases should self-quarantine
- Self-quarantine is more strict than sheltering-in-place
- Coordinate with your healthcare provider regarding when to follow-up and when to discontinue self-quarantine
- If you were previously sick (or had possible exposure to COVID-19) and it has been at least 2 weeks – consider the COVID-19 Blood Test
- The blood test can be ordered via a Telemedicine Consultation with our office
When to consider Emergency Care
- If you are sick with a high fever and severe respiratory symptoms (chest pain, difficulty breathing, significant fatigue), please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.