Express COVID-19 Testing 

**PCR EXPRESS TESTING MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 8:00AM to 1:30pm**

Express rapid antigen testing every day during business hours!

PLEASE NOTE: This test is not run through insurance and is self-pay only. If you would like to submit your test to insurance, please click here to book a COVID-19 evaluation with one of our providers.

 

Who is the Express COVID-19 test option for?
If you need to be tested for travel, to see a high-risk family member for the holidays, or to return to school and do not need to be seen by a provider this is a great option. If you wish to submit a claim to insurance, this option is not right for you.

When is Express COVID-19 testing available?
Express COVID-19 testing is available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 1:30pm at all PhysicianOne Urgent Care locations. Express testing is offered during this time frame to ensure PCR test results are returned to the patient the next day.

What does the test cost?
PhysicianOne Urgent Care offers the lowest-cost self-pay test in the market. The cost of a Rapid antigen test is $85. The cost for the PCR test is $100. If you would like both a PCR and a rapid test conducted the cost for both is $185. Please note: We do not accept cash payments in our Connecticut and New York centers. Payment with a credit card or debit card is required. 

Do I need to check in online in advance for Express Testing?
Patients can check in online OR simply walk in to the center for Express COVID-19 Testing.

If I have insurance, do I still have to pay out-of-pocket?
If you wish to submit a claim to insurance, this option is not right for you. You are welcome to schedule a visit with a provider – or simply walk in to a center –  who will determine if it is medically necessary for you to be tested.

What is the turnaround time for test results with the self-pay test?
Turnaround time remains the same across all testing options. Rapid Test results are available same day and PCR test results are returned with 24 hours.

 

Please note: We can not offer the self-pay Express COVID-19 testing option to Medicare and Medicaid patients at this time. 

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