• Your COVID Testing FAQ Answered

    Your COVID Testing FAQ Answered

    We want to answer all your questions about COVID testing at our urgent care center. Our goal is to help each and every patient who needs testing. What types of COVID testing do you offer? At this time, our Urgent Care Centers provide the safest, and latest approved COVID-19 tests to identify the virus in

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  • Understanding Why A Flu Vaccine May Be More Important Than Ever

    Understanding Why A Flu Vaccine May Be More Important Than Ever

    Flu Season Post COVID-19 The Flu vaccine has been widely available for some time now, but how does it fit in the post COVID-19 world? COVID has introduced some important changes with how we practice health care, and take care of our bodies. Coronavirus has captured everyone’s attention and has been in the news almost

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  • Facts About the Flu Vaccine

    Facts About the Flu Vaccine

    Why is it Important to Get A Flu Vaccine? The Flu is a potentially serious disease and can lead to hospitalization, infections and sometimes death. Getting vaccinated each year is important to help prevent getting sick because we encounter different types of flu virus strains annually. Not only does the flu vaccine help you stay

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  • Safely Returning to Work

    Safely Returning to Work

    The Journey Back: Safely Returning to Work Our organization is here to provide all your COVID-19 testing needs for those currently working and employees returning to work. Our organizations understand the difficulty returning to work during this pandemic. That is why we are here to help support individuals and company needs. Our team will collaborate

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  • COVID-19 Antibody Test (IgG) Now Available to All Individuals and Employers

    What is COVID-19? COVID-19 antibody test, can recognize and alert to the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. COVID is a virus that can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. Most experts also believe the virus sometimes causes very few or even no symptoms in some people. There is limited information available to characterize clinical illnesses

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