Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
This is the gold standard of testing and is the only test acceptable for travel.
IgG Antibody Testing
This requires a blood draw. This test can be useful to determine if you have been exposed. At this time it is unknown if a positive result gives you immunity.
Please read our COVID-19 FAQ here before contacting our office with questions.
As we always do, we are prioritizing the safety of our patients with
video visits to allow us to treat without putting you at additional risk.
Therefore, we are offering and encourage you to use our secure video
visits for patients with Flu-like symptoms including: Fevers, Chills,
Severe cough and Shortness of Breath.
For all other conditions you may also schedule in person visits from our
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY YOU SHOULD CALL 911
As part of our commitment to keep you and your loved ones safe and
healthy, we want to share some information about the on-going
worldwide pandemic known as Coronavirus. Below you will find
information on what to do if you suspect you have the virus and how to
keep yourself safe and avoid getting it. Please note that this information
is subject to change very quickly and we will keep this page updated as
often as there is new information available.
If you suspect you have contracted the Coronavirus here is how you
- Ideally stay home, self-monitor and treat supportively as you
would with the Flu.
- If you feel you have been exposed and are not symptomatic you
can schedule an in-person visit or a virtual visit with us in order
to be tested.
- If you are symptomatic we encourage you to schedule a virtual
visit in order to arrange drive up testing.
- Do not go to the ER or Urgent Care for any reason other than why
you would normally go under normal circumstances.
- If you do visit Stony Creek Urgent Care for other health reasons, in
order to protect our patients and staff we respectfully request
there be no visitors within the clinic with the exception for minors
and those who are physically or cognitively challenged.
You can find more information on COVID-19 here.
There are also very comprehensive resources here.
We have provided the video below for information on how to protect
yourself and your loved ones from contracting the Coronavirus.