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How to get tested for COVID-19: Active and Antibody Tests

How to get Covid-19 Testing

Active Infections and Antibodies

 

 



In response to the many questions I have received regarding Covid-19 Testing I have gathered a concise set of options for both insured and uninsured people.




**Please note, that if you believe you have COVID-19 or have tested positive for Covid-19, Dr. Francis is offering Phone Consultations that provide the Naturopathic Support to the Western Medical Treatments for Covid-19 illness.

***This does not replace the need to be monitored by your Medical Doctor or Medical Provider.



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COVID-19 Testing Recommendations and Options

By Dr. Gabrielle Francis





TESTING FOR ACTIVE COVID-19 INFECTION





Type of Test:

PCR (Nasal Swab): This test will detect if you are actively infected with the COVID-19 virus.  



Criteria for Testing: 

If you are actively experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such as...  
Fever 
Persistent cough
Shortness of breath
Body aches 


You are a healthcare worker, first responder, essential service provider


If you believe you have recently (within past 14 days) have come in contact with someone who has COVID-19.




Insurance Options:



Consult in network primary physician or in-network telemedicine platform.
They will provide you with testing options that are safe, convenient and covered by your insurance. Most insurance companies are waiving the co-pays for Covid-19 testing.



City MD and outpatient Urgent Care Clinics:
Telemedicine Visit:

https://www.citymd.com/virtualcare



In Person Testing:

https://www.citymd.com/urgent-care-locations





Non-Insurance Options:



Drive Through Testing: Nationwide
Provided by Quest Diagnostics and Walmart: for information about locations and services:
https://myquest.questdiagnostics.com/web/mycovid19test


City MD and Out-Patient Urgent Care Clinics:
Telemedicine Visit:

https://www.citymd.com/virtualcare



In Person Testing:

https://www.citymd.com/urgent-care-locations



For City MD Fees for Non-Insurance Patients:

https://www.citymd.com/payment-options/more-ways-to-pay





COVID-19 EXPOSURE or PAST INFECTION

ANTIBODY TESTING OPTIONS





Type of Test:

Serum Antibody IgG (Blood Test): Administered via a blood sample.



Criteria for Testing:

If you previously had COVID-19 symptoms (Fever, persistent cough, shortness of breath, body aches) and have recovered after 14 days. 


If you received a positive test result for COVID-19 and have recovered after 14 days.


 - If you believe you have come in contact with someone who had the COVID-19 virus. 


Insurance Options:



Consult in network primary physician or in-network telemedicine platform.
They will provide you with testing options that are safe, convenient and covered by your insurance. Most insurance companies are waiving the co-pays for Covid-19 testing.



City MD and outpatient Urgent Care Clinics:
Telemedicine Visit:

https://www.citymd.com/virtualcare



In Person Testing:

https://www.citymd.com/urgent-care-locations





Non-Insurance Options:



Quest Direct:
-No Doctor order needed

-Pay and Order kits online here:

-Self administered test

https://questdirect.questdiagnostics.com/products/covid-19-immune-response/b580e541-78a5-48a6-b17b-7bad949dcb57





City MD and Out-Patient Urgent Care Clinics:


Telemedicine Visit:

https://www.citymd.com/virtualcare



In Person Testing:

https://www.citymd.com/urgent-care-locations



For City MD Fees for Non-Insurance Patients:

https://www.citymd.com/payment-options/more-ways-to-pay






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