Urgent Care COVID Testing

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Colorado provides curbside COVID-19 testing. Urgent care COVID testing is open to everyone, whether you show symptoms or not. There are 3 tests to choose from: The Abbott ID NOW molecular rapid test (NAAT), rapid antigen, and lab-based RT-PCR. COVID-19 antibody testing is available.

Find out which test is best for you by clicking here to find out the differences between the types of COVID-19 testing.

COVID-19 Rapid Tests

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine and Rapid Testing have teamed up to administer rapid tests through our clinics. Get same-day COVID-19 test results with the rapid antigen and Abbott ID NOW molecular tests. No telehealth visit is required. Same-day appointments for rapid COVID-19 testing are available.

Click here to learn more about testing locations, price, and the COVID-19 rapid tests.

If a letter or doctor’s note is needed in addition to test results, a telehealth visit is required.

Lab-based RT-PCR Test

The lab-based RT-PCR test is available through an in-clinic urgent care visit or a telehealth visit with Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine. Results turnaround is 3 to 7 days. A visit is required. Click here to schedule. The lab-based RT-PCR is generally covered under insurance.

If your test is for travel, please verify with your destination of travel which test(s) are accepted for your travel itinerary.  Every country and state has different requirements. ​We apologize, but Rapid Testing and Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine are not responsible if the ​incorrect test is ordered​.​

COVID-19 Rapid Testing Process

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Schedule Your Curbside Test.

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Click here to schedule your test. You will choose the location and time for your test. Testing is available 7 days a week, 8 am to 7 pm. Keep in mind, the NAAT Abbott ID NOW rapid test is available only at our Broomfield, Centennial - Southglenn, Denver - Central Park, Westminster - Federal, and Westminster - Wadsworth clinics.

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Complete Registration for Curbside Testing, Proceed to Clinic for Test, & Get Tested.

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You will receive a text with a link to fill out your registration prior to your appointment. Completing the registration notifies our staff of the vehicle make and model you'll arrive for testing in. When it's time for your appointment, arrive at the clinic and park in one of the marked spots. Please remain in your vehicle. At this time you will also pay for your test.

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Receive Your Test Results via Text Message or On Our Portal.

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You'll have results the same day as your test. You will be sent a text with your results. Results are also posted to our Patient Portal. Click here to sign up for our Patient Portal. This is where you can print test results if you need a letter for travel or to give to your employer. Click here for a how-to guide for accessing and printing your test results.

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