COVID-19 EVALUATIONS AVAILABLE: ALL LOCATIONS
COVID-19 testing protocols consistent with current state and CDC guidelines
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Protocol used for COVID-19 testing is consistent with current state and CDC guidelines. As with any diagnostic test, your health history as well as current symptoms will be considered by the provider prior to ordering a test.
Currently we offer a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test. Commonly referred to as PCR tests, these are widely considered to be the most accurate on the market.
It is important that we provide you with the most reliable testing available — and at this time, these tests have been found to be more reliable than many tests which provide same-day results. Because your safety and health is our #1 priority, we continually evaluate all options to ensure you have the most accurate testing available at our locations.
We are contracted with most insurance plans. Please contact your insurance carrier to verify your financial responsibility prior to any visit related to COVID-19. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) provides funding to cover out-of-pocket expenses for evaluations and testing for those who have COVID-19 symptoms or a known exposure. Note: If you do not have COVID-19 symptoms or a known exposure, it is likely that your insurance will expect you to cover the cost of the visit and the lab testing fee.
The U.S. government passed federal legislation commonly referred to as “the CARES Act” which authorizes the federal government to cover the cost of COVID-19 evaluations and testing for U.S. residents who are uninsured and have COVID-19 symptoms or a known exposure. Note: If you do not have COVID-19 symptoms or a known exposure, the self-pay cost of a COVID-19 evaluation and lab testing fee can be found by clicking your region below.
What we’re doing for the protection of all patients and caregivers:
What you can expect when you visit one of our locations: Patient safety has always been our first priority, and we’ve taken additional measures to keep you safe in response to COVID-19.
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