Patients may come to the urgent care sites without a prescription from their doctor but will be assessed by the urgent care staff to determine if testing is appropriate prior to entering the building.
These sites are focused exclusively on assessing patients with symptoms of respiratory infection. Individuals who present to these locations with symptoms unrelated to respiratory illness will be directed to another THUC location, or other healthcare provider, for treatment depending on the patient’s need.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing
Tower Health Urgent Care also offers COVID-19 antibody testing. This test may help determine if you were exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19 and, if so, whether or not your body has developed antibodies. The antibody test results will provide you and your loved ones with the peace of mind knowing if you were infected with COVID-19, regardless of whether you developed the typical signs and symptoms. Additionally, individuals with the antibodies may be able to donate plasma for use in treating patients with COVID-19.
We make antibody testing simple, easy, and convenient.
- Antibody testing is available at all Tower Health Urgent Care locations listed here from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.*
- You may visit one of our Urgent Care locations to be evaluated by a physician or APP to determine if an antibody test is medically necessary.
- If your physician has given you a script for antibody testing, simply bring it to your preferred Tower Health Urgent Care location for your test. No appointment necessary.
- We encourage you to contact your insurance provider to determine whether your health insurance plan covers antibody testing. We’ll submit your Urgent Care visit to your insurance provider.
*Exeter and Wyomissing locations are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Learn more and see locations offering Antibody Testing.