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COVID-19 Testing Made Simple in Medford, MA

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With walk-in availability and extended hours every day (including holidays!), PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Medford, Massachusetts, makes it simple to receive COVID-19 testing and other important health services. We offer rapid antigen and PCR tests to patients at our fully equipped urgent care center, in addition to convenient telemedicine services to patients who would like to consult with one of our medical practitioners about their symptoms from the comfort of home.

How to Receive COVID-19 Testing

To receive COVID-19 testing at PhysicianOne Urgent Care, just walk in when it works for your busy schedule or reserve an appointment online. Registering online allows our team to send you a text when you’re ready to be seen by a provider, so you can wait comfortably in your car if you prefer.

What to Expect During Your Visit

Both rapid antigen and PCR tests require a nasal swab that may cause mild discomfort, but only briefly. Rapid antigen test results are provided the same day, while results from a PCR test may take one to three days to be evaluated in a certified lab. We will contact you as quickly as possible with further care instructions in the event you test positive for COVID-19.

If you’re planning on visiting our center for COVID-19 testing, you can rest easy knowing that our team is carefully following all safety and infection control guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

We’re Here for You

Our experienced medical practitioners are ready to assist you. Visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Medford today if you need COVID-19 testing, the COVID-19 vaccine, an annual flu shot, or care for a routine health concern. We accept most health insurance plans and offer affordable self-pay pricing.

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