ALL OF OUR CLINICS ARE OPEN AND TAKING PATIENTS!

Please wear a face mask or face covering when entering any of our clinics.

Follow-Up Care

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine is committed to providing quality care for everyone.

That means, if you are a non-COVID-19 patient or if you were tested for COVID-19, even if you were tested outside of our testing system, whether your results are positive or negative, we will happily develop a personalized treatment plan for you.

Our communities’ health is our top priority, which is why we are determined to help you start feeling better, fast! 

Or call 303-558-0511

What To Do If I’m Waiting On My COVID-19Test Results?

So you’ve been tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19)… Now what?

If you were not tested within our system, but require treatment for your symptoms, you can schedule a virtual follow up visit to speak with a provider regarding treatment, regardless of your test results. 

If you were tested at one of our four test sites, you can refer to our chart below for further instructions! 

IMPORTANT: Please note if you were tested for COVID-19 through our testing system, results can take 2-5 business days to receive. While you await your results, no matter where you were tested, it is best to live under the assumption that you will test positive for COVID-19. This means you should practice self-isolating. Doing this while you wait for your results, will greatly reduce any further spreading of the disease if you do in fact test positive. 

Positive Tests

A positive test requires that you maintain self-isolation. This means, the complete separation of yourself from others. After receiving your test results and speaking with a provider,  we recommend regular follow up visits every 1-2 days with one of our providers, so we can closely monitor your health until you are better. These visits can be scheduled online, by clicking HERE, or by calling 303-558-0511. If we suspect the development of pneumonia or other severe symptoms, antibiotics or additional medical treatment might be required.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 OR if you develop symptoms of COVID-19, including early or mild symptoms, you should be in isolation (stay away from others) until you have tested negative OR:

 

  • You have had no fever for at least 72 hours (that is three full days of no fever without the use of medicine that reduces fevers)
    AND
  • other symptoms have improved (for example, when your cough or shortness of breath have improved)
    AND
  • At least 7 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared

Negative Tests

A negative test only says that the virus was not present or not present in a large enough amount to be detected. If you test negative, you will still receive a treatment plan from one of our providers. It’s important to keep in mind that when testing is negative, the possibility of a false negative result will be considered depending on the context of your recent exposures, the presence of clinical signs and symptoms consistent with COVID-19, and if tests for other causes of illness such as other respiratory illness are negative. If we still suspect COVID-19, or if your symptoms worsen, we might recommend re-testing. If you have any questions or concerns during the course of your treatment, you can schedule additional online follow-up visits by clicking HERE, or by calling 303-558-0511.

 

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