Whether you need a COVID-19 rapid antigen test to prepare for your upcoming travel plans* or you're feeling under the weather and aren't sure if it's the common cold, flu or strep throat, MedExpress has you covered with convenient medical evaluations, testing and treatment.
what type of tests are available?
MedExpress offers rapid antigen** and laboratory send-out PCR COVID-19 testing. In order to ensure you receive the highest-quality care and treatment, all individuals seeking COVID-19-related care at MedExpress receive an evaluation by a health care professional.
what type of treatment is available?
MedExpress offers Paxlovid*** to adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 who are at increased risk of progression to severe disease.
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*If you are seeking a COVID-19 test for travel, before visiting MedExpress, please confirm the type of COVID-19 test required for entry into the jurisdiction you are traveling to as the type of COVID-19 test result accepted may vary by jurisdiction. (For example, some jurisdictions may accept a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test result while others require a negative result from a PCR test that is sent to a reference laboratory for testing.)
**COVID-19 rapid testing results are typically delivered during the patient’s visit. Timing of results may vary due to demand.
***A MedExpress provider will evaluate you and provide appropriate treatment if possible. If additional care is needed, you may be referred to a specialist. If the provider determines that medications are needed, a prescription will be sent to your pharmacy of choice on your behalf. We recommend treatment with COVID-19-specific therapy such as Paxlovid for certain symptomatic adult patients who have mild to moderate COVID-19 and are at increased risk for progression to severe disease (e.g., based on older age, immune status, COVID-19 vaccination history, and comorbidities associated with progression such as obesity, chronic lung disease, heart disease, age over 65 and certain disabilities) as well as all immunocompromised adults and adults with multiple risk factors for progression to severe disease. Treatment should be initiated as soon as possible after diagnosis of COVID-19 and within 5 days of symptom onset. Paxlovid is only available with a prescription.