At St. Francis Urgent Care, we’re here for you for all your minor illnesses and injuries. Your health and safety is, and always has been, our number one priority. Our staff is working hard to take all precautions necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
To help slow the spread, we’re now offering the Rapid COVID-19 Molecular Tests. The new screening can identify patients with the COVID-19 virus in 5 to 13 minutes. To see if you meet the CDC criteria
for Rapid COVID-19 testing, visit our website and “Schedule a Virtual Visit”. Anyone that qualifies for Rapid COVID-19 molecular testing during the “Virtual Visit” will be scheduled for same-day or next- day screening. Our team is proud to be offering a service that will help create a healthier tomorrow!
What Should I Do If I Need Urgent Care During The COVID-19 Pandemic?
Schedule a Virtual Visit. We’re now offering Virtual Visits for patients 12 and up!
STEP 1. Visit our website StFrancisUrgentCare.net
STEP 2. Click “Schedule a Virtual Visit”
STEP 3. Choose your nearby urgent care location
STEP 4. Select “Virtual Visit”as your reason for visit!
Check-In Online. We’re asking anyone with non-immediate urgent care needs to check-in online and utilize our paperless registration.
1. Check-in online
2. Complete paperless registration
3. View current wait times
4. Receive text reminders and alerts
5. WAIT ANYWHERE!
6. Text us when you arrive, and we’ll let you know when it’s time to come inside!
Call One of Our Locations.
If you or a loved one feel you are showing symptoms (Cough, Fever, Shortness of Breath) consistent with COVID-19, please call one of our clinics prior to coming to the location.
How Can You Help Keep My Business Safe and Healthy?
During this period of uncertainty created by the COVID-19 virus, St. Francis Urgent Care, understands that employers have questions and concerns regarding how to keep their workforce healthy and meet the needs of their business. We’d like to remind you that each urgent care offers area employers an array of near-site occupational health options. A few to keep in mind are:
COVID-19 Exposure/Suspected Exposure
Return-To-Work Exams and Pre-Employment Testing
Workplace Protocol Risk Evaluation
On-Site Body Temperature Checks
Drug and Alcohol Tests
For more information regarding our occupational health services, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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