To receive your Quest COVID-19 send-out lab results please create a MyQuest account, instructions below. Click here to receive instructions on how to create a MyQuest account to receive your COVID PCR results.
The long-term symptoms that patients complain about include: fatigue, shortness of breath, cough, joint pain, and chest pain. Other issues include cognitive problems, difficulty concentrating, depression, muscle pain, headache, rapid heartbeat, and intermittent fever. Who will have long-term effects of… More
Common COVID-19 Symptoms may include: Fever and/or chills Cough Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, and/or wheezing Fatigue Body aches Headache Loss of taste or smell Sore throat Congestion or runny nose Nausea, Diarrhea, or vomiting
A fully vaccinated person does not need to quarantine if exposed to a person with COVID-19, but they do need to watch for symptoms and get tested if they feel sick. If you are fully vaccinated and are experiencing
No, COVID-19 symptoms are not different after being vaccinated. However, vaccinated individuals are more likely to have milder symptoms or no symptoms at all compared to unvaccinated individuals.
At Physicians Immediate Care, we know that illnesses and injuries occur even during a pandemic. We worked quickly during the onset of the COVID-19 virus to implement advanced clinic enhancements that follow CDC and ASHRAE guidelines. These upgrades include state-of-the-art… More
I have not received my COVID-19 results from a different facility. Can I be tested at PIC with the Molecular PCR test?
While you are free to visit one of our locations for a rapid COVID test, the amount of time to receive lab results at other testing facilities has improved. We recommend you self-quarantine until you receive your initial COVID-19 test… More
If you have COVID-19 or have had it recently, you might be wondering if you should get retested. Common reasons to seek a new test can include new symptoms or a request by your employer. Whatever your situation, Physicians Immediate… More