Patients who are at highest risk for severe disease due to COVID-19 are potentially candidates for outpatient monoclonal antibody therapy or antiviral therapy for treatment of early COVID-19 infection. Availability is currently severely limited due to many factors.
For more information regarding therapeutic options, please visit the National Institutes of Health site.
If you or a loved one have any symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your regular provider, or visit one of our Urgent or Walk-in Care clinics to be screened.
Seek emergency medical treatment immediately by calling 911 or going to the nearest emergency department if you or a loved one have any of these symptoms: trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion, inability to wake or stay awake, bluish lips or face.
Virtual Clinic Visits – See your primary care or specialty care provider from your home
If you or a loved one have a fever, cough or any other symptoms associated with COVID-19 or were exposed to someone with COVID-19, we recommend that you visit one of our Prompt Care or Urgent Care Clinics, or contact your Primary Care Provider to be assessed for COVID-19.
We no longer provide COVID testing for asymptomatic patients who require COVID testing for travel or work at our Prompt and Urgent Care locations. Those patients will be referred to their primary care provider or their local community COVID testing sites (including Walgreens and CVS). This is due to increasing volumes of symptomatic and sometimes very sick respiratory patients at our prompt and urgent care clinics.
COVID-19 testing is available at most of our primary and specialty care clinics by appointment. Please call ahead for more details.
COVID-19 Prompt Care and Urgent Care locations:
If you have severe symptoms such as high fever, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, please go to the Emergency Services department to be evaluated.