Get results while you wait in about 10 minutes. We accept all major insurances. If you do not have insurance, rapid testing is $50 which is due at the time of service.
Confirmatory testing is available as well.
Absolutely! It is common to obtain a rapid test and then to confirm the results with the laboratory. We even obtain both swabs at the same time so there's less discomfort for you.
If you have been exposed or suspect you have been exposed to COVID you can be tested regardless of whether you have symptoms or not.
Please click here to access the CDC's guidance regarding quarantine and isolation.
We are currently offering Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID vaccines and boosters, the NEW Omnicron booster (Moderna & Pfizer), Pediatric Moderna vaccines for children 6m-5y, as well as Pediatric Pfizer vaccines for children 5y-11y. Appointments are not necessary but are preferred to decrease vaccine waste. To save time, you may fill out the form below prior to your arrival at our office. You can also check our vaccine availability by clicking the link below.
Do I need a booster?
COVID-19 Vaccine booster shots are available for adults 18+ who completed their initial series at least 2 months ago.
To receive a booster you must bring your vaccine card showing your last dose was 2 months ago or longer.
Do I need a second booster?
Currently, the CDC is recommending only one bivalent (aka Omnicron) booster to be given 2 months after your most recent monovalent injection.
I'm still unclear as to whether I need a booster or not?
Click here and scroll down to "find out when to get a booster" for the CDCs booster calculator.
Click Here for more information from the CDC regarding the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.
Click Here for more information from the CDC regarding the Pfizer COVID vaccine.
Click here for general information from the CDC on COVID vaccines.
Click Here for a list of possible vaccine side effects.
Click here for what to expect once you've been fully vaccinated.
Now offering PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) for the prevention of HIV.