WE HAVE10 MINUTE RAPID ANTIGEN TESTS AND PCR TESTS.
SAME DAY COVID TESTING FOR EXPOSURE, SCHOOL, WORK & TRAVEL.
NO LINES!! WALK-INS WELCOME.
Due to the increase in cases of Covid, we have changed our procedure for testing. Please read carefully.
- If you are symptomatic with a cough or sore throat or have an exposure, and have not tested, you can come to the office to do a rapid or PCR test, but call from your car when you arrive. We will bring you up to a designated room when ready.
If you have a positive rapid antigen test from home, the tests are accurate. You may come to the office, but we can treat you over the phone with a telephone/health visit, even on weekends. If you have multiple family members to evaluate, you can come in. You may be tested in your car.
If you need a note or need to test to go back to school or work, you can come up to the office for an in person check in. We will still be offering the same rapid antigen test, and PCR test if needed.
If you choose to remain UNVACCINATED:
We offer an individualized approach to minimize your risk. This includes specific strategies for testing workers and students, prevention in families, and the use of vitamins, and ivermectin, if you choose, for prevention and treatment.
Please schedule an online or in person appointment for guidance.
If you have persisting COVID symptoms or 'long covid'
symptoms of cough, severe fatigue, or trouble breathing:
We offer aggressive anti-inflammatory medications to keep you out of the hospital and keep your family safe.
If your doctor does not offer you treatment, feel free to call us for treatment options.
Like most people, we still have some doubts about the long term effectiveness and possible side effects of the vaccines. The CDC is recommending booster vaccinations to eligible high risk individuals. We do not mandate vaccines and respect a person's right to choose their treatments. We have stopped offering Covid vaccines at our office due to the availability at pharmacies. Please call for an appointment to discuss risks and benefits of the current vaccines. Exemptions may be granted for specific indications which should be discussed individually so you can make an informed decision.
If you get vaccinated or not, it is still advisable to wear a mask when you are indoors especially with people you do not know.
If you have a vaccine card it is advisable to carry it with you.
If you are traveling to or from Hawaii, the '
'Safe Travels' digital system, at travel.hawaii.govis no longer being used.