We offer COVID-19 antibody and swab testing for past and active infection, Click here to learn more

How are you feeling? Unsure of your symptoms? Let’s rule out COVID together.

Getting tested for COVID-19 is one of the best ways you can your family safe during the pandemic.

Everyone is eligible to get tested, and it can be fully billed to your insurance!

Getting tested doesn’t have to be a challenge. Bethany provides a safe and comfortable environment and will have you tested quicker than a lunch break. Keep yourself and your loved ones safe!

Book a virtual appointment to get started or come in directly to one of our offices closest to you, using this link:

Type of Test Route Cost to Patient Turnaround Time
PCR Swab Mid-nasal swab used to detect active infection Covered by insurance, $100 with no insurance 1-2 days
Rapid Nasal Swab used to detect active infection Covered by insurance, $150 with no insurance 15 minutes
Antibody Testing Blood draw used to detect past infection Covered by insurance, $100 with no insurance 1-2 days

Frequently Asked Questions

A person should get a physical once each year.

The exam helps the doctor determine if there are any signs of certain conditions. The doctors at Bethany Medical Center will help the person live a healthier life by recommending lifestyle changes and by diagnosing and preventing health problems. It’s also a time for the doctor to schedule any follow-ups for further testing.

Although some doctors make visits brief, the physicians at Bethany Medical Center make sure to do a thorough examination of each patient to detect as many issues as early as possible and any possible conditions before they develop. The doctor will check a person’s vitals: blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, and temperature. The physician will conduct an examination of the person’s body. The doctor will evaluate how well the patient moves as well as the condition of the person’s skin. In the elderly, the physician will check the patient’s memory. Using a stethoscope, the doctor will listen to the patient’s heart to listen for a murmur, heart disease or an irregular heartbeat. The doctor will also use the stethoscope to listen to the person’s lungs. Wheezing, cracking or shallow breathing could indicate a lung or heart problem. The doctor may examine the patient’s head, neck, extremities, and abdomen.

Men will have their testicles checked for tenderness or lumps. The doctor checks a man for a hernia. His prostate and penis may be evaluated. Women may receive a breast and pelvic exam.

The doctor does monitor chronic conditions like asthma, hypertension, and diabetes at a physical exam.

The doctor will conduct physicals for other reasons besides just a yearly exam such as for a driver’s license permit, work, school or sports.