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We’re committed to providing high-quality care right in your backyard – offering convenience and innovation just a few steps from home. As such, we’ve made rapid and lab tests for COVID-19 available at nearly all our Urgent Care locations.
Due to high demand, all requests for COVID testing must be scheduled by phone. To schedule a COVID Test appointment, simply call your Inspira Urgent Care location of choice.
Millville Inspira EMS Building - 600 Cedar Street - M-F 9am - 7pm
(Drive thru site only - patients will be directed to this location by the provider)
If you’re sick, or believe you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, and are waiting to receive test results, we implore you to not return to the doctor in-person until you have those results in hand, or are in need of immediate medical attention. As a community, we must take all the safety measures possible to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID, especially as cases continue to surge in our region.
Login to the Inspira Patient Portal to view your test results.
There are currently 3 types of tests of COVID tests available. The rapid antigen test and Viral Polymerase Chain Test( PCR or “molecular test”) help to identify current infection. The third test, the antibody test, is used to identify past infection.
***Please note: No tests are perfect and 100% accurate. It is possible to get a false negative or false positive result. Sometimes the result can be inconclusive, and we’ll need to redo the test.
Rapid, point-of-care diagnostic tests use a sample from the nose or throat that can be analyzed at the doctor’s office or clinic where the sample is collected, and results may be available in minutes. You will be asked to wait on-site for your results. If your results are negative, we may ask you to take a supplementary test called PCR.
This test checks if you have a current COVID-19 infection. A sample is taken from the nose or throat and the specimen is sent to a lab. The time it takes to get these results varies. Generally, results are available within a few days.
The current antibody test helps to identify past infection. It is not indicated for identifying active and current infection. The antibody test can confirm the presence of antibody a few days after illness but optimally should be performed 14 days after onset of illness.
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