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[Effective Aug 30]: Aspira Health will be offering Rapid PCR Testing which is highly accurate and is the gold standard of testing. We will continue to offer all other services including Rapid Antigen Testing as clinically indicated.
[Aug 1 Update]: Due to the increased demand for testing, we are prioritizing symptomatic patients. Aspira has optimized our patient workflow and our dedication to safety by keeping patients in their vehicles if they have any signs/symptoms of COVID-19 or known exposure.
We offer Rapid COVID-19 testing for patients that want answers right away.
While the test results come back in an hour or less, the process of registration, screening, and discharge paperwork may add additional time. Furthermore, our workflow is designed to protect patients from COVID-19 exposure.
Sign up for a visit on our Walk-In (Urgent Care) side and we can test you for COVID-19 using rapid PCR testing. Know your status before you travel, visit family, or report to work.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What should I do if I’m exposed?
If you were exposed, we offer the rapid PCR test for patients 3 days past their last exposure. Waiting 3 days allows the testing equipment to pick up on the virus if it is present in the nasal cavity. Testing before 3 days will typically yield a negative result since there are not enough copies of the virus to be detected, even by the most sensitive of machines.
What if I symptoms?
If you have symptoms, we would like a provider to see you right away. We have clinicians examine symptomatic patients so that we make sure you’re safe but also to prescribe the proper test that is best indicated for your symptoms/presentation. Not all symptoms are COVID-related. Seeing a provider allows them to properly diagnose your condition.
What if I need a test for travel?
COVID testing for travel is subject to your insurance coverage. Cost for our PCR test out-of-pocket is $110. This PCR test meets all CDC requirements (Reference 1 below) for travel. Our PCR test covers testing listed as the following but is not limited to:
- Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAAT)
- Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR)
- Quantitative PCR (qPCR)
We also offer the Antigen Test for travel as well. That is frequently called a “Rapid Test” or a “Rapid Antigen Test”. The cost for the Antigen Test is $60 out-of-pocket.
To schedule your test, TEXT us right now: 302-517-1385
You can also schedule online. Use the link below, then:
Select New or Existing Patient
Select Urgent Care for the drop down
Select COVID-19 Testing
Select a date/time
Exposure to COVID and Testing
At Aspira, we strictly follow CDC guidelines. If you know or think you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19:
Unvaccinated patients: We highly recommend you get tested on day 5 (or later) AFTER your exposure. If you test earlier than day 5, the rapid test is not useful and will waste valuable resources during this pandemic. You need to quarantine at home away from others. Monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
Vaccinated patients: CDC recommends testing between day 3 to 5 from your last exposure. If you test earlier than day 5, the rapid test is not useful and will waste valuable resources during this pandemic. You do not need to quarantine unless you develop symptoms. Monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
If you do not want to get tested, you need to stay in quarantine until day 10 after your exposure.
Monitor for symptoms of COVID and if you develop any, you should be tested at that time for COVID.
What qualifies as an exposure?
You were within 6 feet of someone with COVID for 15 minutes or more over a 24 hour period (people can be infectious 2 days before they were sick, while they were sick or if they never developed symptoms, 2 days before they test positive and up to 10 days after).
You gave care to someone with COVID at home.
You hugged or kissed someone with COVID.
You shared eating or drinking utensils.
You were coughed or sneezed on.
About the Covid-19 Vaccine
COVID-19 Tests at Aspira Health
Costs and the Check-In Process
The Check-in Process
When you arrive, we ask that patients stay in their vehicles and register by texting our staff. Simply follow these steps once you arrive:
Send a text that says “txt” to 302-517-1385.
Respond with “yes” when we ask you for permission to exchange protected health information.
Snap and send a photo of your driver’s license and insurance cards (if needed).
Follow instructions after that to complete your visit.
If you experience difficulties with the check-in process, simply let our staff know via text that you need help and someone will call or come to your vehicle to assist you.
At no time should you enter the building unless directed by staff. Thank you for protecting everyone’s health during these unprecedented times.