UPDATED: November 9, 2020 – Now offering RAPID Nasal Swab Antigen Testing, 15 minute results vs waiting ~8-12 days to get your result back from an outside lab like Quest or LabCorp.
****** Rapid (15 Minute) Antigen Nasal Swab Testing is being done at all 16 Austin locations currently. We are taking some walk-in patients but please understand that due to high demand if the wait time is longer or if we ask you to wait in your car we have to limit the amount of people in our clinics at a given time. We want to make sure we keep everyone safe. We also are requiring all patients to wear masks.
******** Dallas/Fort Worth: We’re now set up to do Rapid Nasal Swab Antigen Testing at all Centers in DFW.
Viral Nasal Swab (Rapid), or Antibody: Which COVID-19 Test is Right for you?
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis together, we’d like to be your go-to resource for both information and testing. Currently, Total Primary Care offers two options for COVID-19 tests: Viral nasal swab testing, which tell you if you have a current infection, and Antibody tests, which reveal if you previously had the virus.
Total Primary Care is proud to offer FDA-Authorized COVID-19 antibody and Antigen Virus rapid testing at all of our 26 Centers throughout Austin & DFW.
Antigen Virus Nasal Swab Testing (Rapid 15 minute results) is currently being provided at:
- Arbor Trails Center
- Bee Cave Center
- Domain Center
- Downtown Austin (Congress Ave & 9th St.)
- 183 & Duval Center (next to Dunkin Donuts)
- Cedar Park East (HEB Plus on 1431)
- Cedar Park (old 183 & 1431)
- Southpark Center
- Round Rock Center
- Hutto Center (right of HEB Plus on 130)
- Tech Ridge Center (IH-35 & Palmer)
- San Marcos Center
- New Braunfels Center (IH-35, HEB Plus)
- Georgetown Center
- Dripping Springs Center
- ALL Centers in DFW are now able to do Rapid Antigen Virus Covid Testing – 15 Minute Results.
Do you have FDA-Authorized COVID-19 Tests?
Yes. We have worked over the past two months to be the first healthcare system in Texas to gain access to FDA-Authorized tests for our centers in Austin & DFW. We currently have Healgen Tests, as supplies last.
Who can get tested?
Anyone. Currently, we can test anyone who would like to be tested.
What is the process to get tested?
Let us start by saying that things are changing on a weekly and sometimes daily basis depending on access to supplies. We please ask for patience, as our teams have been working around the clock to deliver healthcare services each day throughout Texas. We have a two part testing protocol, that includes two tests over a 14-30 day period.
How much does this cost?
During this national emergency, if you have insurance that we are in-network with the test can be covered 100% by most health plans but not all. Most health plans are even waiving co-pays. If you do not have insurance and want to pay a flat fee, we will provide you an office visit with one of our providers along with the testing for an upfront flat fee of $149. (We currently do not accept Medicare, Medicaid, or TriCare) For the Viral Antigen Nasal swab test the price is $199 if not using insurance.
If you’re an existing patient you can lock down an appointment online. New patients who have not been seen at any of our locations there is a $20 new patient administration fee collected at the time of your visit.
How can I book an appointment?
If you’re interested in getting tested, right now the fastest way to lock down an appointment is directly from our website. Click Here where you will get real-time access to all of our center’s LIVE schedules. Click the yellow button in the top right corner to lock down an appointment within seconds. We are seeing men, women, and kids at all our centers right now during this emergency.
Are you seeing men, women and kids right now?
Yes. We have opened up all our centers throughout Texas to see everyone, not just men. Everyone is welcome.
Results of both tests are delivered in approximately 15 minutes, in-office, with patients having the option of waiting on-site or receiving a phone call to learn his or her results. At this time, most major insurance plans are covering the cost for testing, with many plans even waiving co-pays to encourage such testing. To take such a test, please make an appointment by Clicking Here.
Employer Service & Testing (Onsite and Nearsite):
We also have a corporate program, offering on-site testing to employees. Employers can reach out to us to learn more by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the most common symptoms of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
- Most cases in adults include mild symptoms, similar to those of the flu. These cases can be safely managed from home. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 is fever (a temperature over 100.4F or 38.0C), followed by cough and shortness of breath. These symptoms can be accompanied by body aches, fatigue, nausea, and congestion.
- At least 80% of cases are mild and similar to the flu. Children seem to have even milder symptoms and tolerate the illness better than adults.
How is COVID-19 spread?
- COVID-19 is spread like other common viruses which cause a cold or the flu. This is typically via small droplets that are spread when an infected person sneezes or coughs.
- Being within close proximity to an infected person for a prolonged period of time (usually within 6 feet for 10 minutes) can put you at a higher risk of infection.
- Virus particles can also settle on surfaces such as doorknobs, countertops, and drinking glasses, or be transmitted through contact via shaking hands or kissing.
Do I have Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
- If you are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath, chances are that you have a common cold or flu, but it is possible you have COVID-19. Your chances of having COVID-19 would increase significantly if you’ve been in close contact (spending at least 10 minutes together within 6 feet) with a person who has been confirmed to have COVID-19.
Can Total Men’s Primary Care treat me for Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
- There are no treatments for COVID-19 at this time. Most symptoms involve a moderate flu-like illness that resolves within 7 days. Treatment is similar to over-the-counter remedies for the common cold, including ibuprofen, Tylenol, cough suppressants, hydration, and rest.
- If you are not having severe symptoms, it is recommended to stay at home to avoid exposing others as most people recover without the need for medical care.
- If you develop more severe symptoms, such as significant shortness of breath, wheezing, or light-headedness, it is recommended that you seek local emergency care. If possible, call your local ER to inform them of your arrival before you arrive.