COVID-19 Testing

If you have 1 or more symptoms, or have been Exposed
to COVID-19 the test and exam are covered.

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Schedule Your Test

In order for insurance to cover the testing, you must present with 1 of the following:
chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, fever, dry cough, shortness of breath or if you believe you have been in direct contact with someone who has the virus.


Due to United Healthcare’s (UHC’s) decision to reduce the reimbursement levels to AFC for COVID-19 Abbott ID Now Rapid Test to well below the cost of the test, we have been forced to offer an alternative means via Quest send-out testing.  Quest COVID-19 send-out test will provide results in 2-5 days. We wish we had more ability to influence United Healthcare’s decision regarding reimbursement levels however, as a member you do. If you are not pleased with UHC’s decision to reduce the COVID Rapid Test reimbursement within your healthcare plan please make them aware by voicing your concerns at 844-234-7916.
  • Step 1 – Schedule your COVID-19 testing here
  • Step 2 – Put on Mask and proceed to front Check-in. (If you do not have a mask, we have limited supplies and can provide one.) Please maintain 6ft social distancing.
  • Step 3 – An AFC employee will instruct you on where to proceed, and call/text you when it is time to be seen.
  • Step 4– An AFC Provider will see the patient and order testing.
  • Step 5 – AFC employee will come back out with discharge papers as you depart.

Health officials recommend a full office visit along with COVID-19. If COVID-19 comes back negative, there could be underlying issues. If COVID-19 comes back positive there could be fluid on lungs and low oxygen levels the patient may not be aware of. In March 2020 a NYC emergency room physician working in the middle of the pandemic in NYC was published in the New York Times: “When COVID pneumonia first strikes, patients don’t feel short of breath, even as their oxygen levels falls. And by the time they do, they have alarmingly low oxygen levels and moderate-to-severe pneumonia.”