*times are estimates

 

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COVID-19 Information

Stay Safe!

AfterOurs Urgent Care COVID Testing

We are updating this page daily with our available COVID testing options!

Diagnostic Nasal Swab (results typically available in 48 hours)
Thornton , Denver Highlands , SE Denver , Littleton , Foster City, CA
Antibody Serology (results typically available in 24-48 hours)
Thornton , Denver Highlands , SE Denver , Littleton , Foster City, CA 
Rapid Antibody (results typically available in 15 minutes)
Currently unavailable – please check back as this page is updated daily 
Rapid Diagnostic Molecular (results typically available in 15 minutes)

Please call for availability. 

Rapid Antigen Test (results typically available in 30 minutes)

Please call for availability. 

A provider visit is required for all testing options but this can be done via telehealth or in-clinic, based on your preference. We can file with your insurance too, when provided. Uninsured patients are eligible for FREE COVID testing through the HRSA COVID-19 Uninsured Program.

AfterOurs Urgent Care uses Quest Diagnostics for all outside lab tests, including COVID PCR testing. The quickest way for patients to access lab/test results is directly through Quest. AfterOurs will always contact patients with results after receiving them from Quest, however, patients may receive their results faster by signing up directly through Quest’s patient portal called “MyQuest”. To access test results directly online from Quest visit: https://myquest.questdiagnostics.com and follow the instructions to set up an account.

Telehealth is open everyday from 8am to 11pm MST! Click here to enter our Virtual Exam room and begin your visit!

Telemedicine

SelfPay COVID Testing Costs

  • A Telehealth visit & 1 COVID test (rapid molecular test excluded).
  • A Telehealth visit & a rapid molecular COVID test.
  • In-clinic visit & a rapid molecular COVID test. Additional services may cost extra. 
  • See here for complete details
  • Coming in to see us in Colorado? Click here for pricing or click here to register online and save your spot in line!
  • Coming in to see us in California? Click here for pricing or click here to register online and save your spot in line!

HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR OUR AFTEROURS PATIENTS

Don’t postpone necessary healthcare due to shelter in place orders. We have to be careful , but it’s important to seek care you need now. The apex of the COVID-19 curve will hit every community. So will the rapid drop in its prevalence.

So when the “dust” settles, expect long waits and significant lead time for appointments. Providers of all sorts will be backlogged trying to catch up with deferred care. Additionally, support staff resources will likely have been reduced. With 25% of Americans already deferring needed care, adding an additional 2 months for nearly all Americans is likely to make for significant access challenges.

What should you do? The current shelter in place directives from local state and federal governments require that people remain in their homes and isolated except for necessary excursions. Non-elective healthcare is of course one of those exceptions. To the extent that you have an injury or illness that does not appear to be improving on its own. Most physician offices are relatively quiet right now, so it’s a good time to seek needed healthcare.

Some things to think about:

  • Stick with social distancing. Keep at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others.
  • Call ahead. Most of your visit can probably be handled on the phone or through telemedicine.
  • Don’t enter a clinic with a cough. Wait for instructions from the provider as to where and when you can be treated.
  • Wear a mask or request one if you are coughing or sneezing. Even 3-ply masks have proven very effective in keeping the virus spreading from contagious individuals with slightly less protection for uninfected individuals exposed to airborne virus particles.
  • If other people are in the waiting room, request to complete any paperwork outside or in an exam room. (Providers should offer this.)
  • Don’t expect a COVID-19 test right away. Testing is limited, so is PPE for the healthcare workers who are administering the tests.
  • Wash your hands (for at least 20 seconds) every chance you get.
  • To be safe, it’s not a bad idea to change your clothes and throw them in the washing machine.
  • Have your prescriptions sent electronically to pharmacies that deliver or have them sent to a grocery store where you shop so you don’t have to make an extra trip.
  • Don’t touch your face. Put a band-aid on both of your index fingers and count how many times you try to touch your face (a “no-no”) each hour you are out of the house (you will be surprised).

COVID PREVENTION

The virus that causes coronavirus disease is spreading in some of our communities. This disease, also known as COVID-19, is though to spread mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can spread to the mouth, nose, or hands of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Take steps to lower your risk of getting sick. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can also use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Take extra measures to put distance between yourself and others. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay home if you are sick except to get medical care. If you have severe symptoms please call 911. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. Only wear a facemask if you are sick and around other people or if you need to take care of someone who is sick. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces. Older adults and people who have severe chronic medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes, are at higher risk for more serious illness from COVID-19. This group should consult with their healthcare provider about additional steps to stay protected. For more information on COVID-19, please visit cdc.gov/COVID. Let’s work together to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities.

*times are estimates

 

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How is AfterOurs Keeping You Safe?

  • Telemedicine visits are available to AfterOurs patients 8AM-11PM daily – have a visit with one of our providers without having to step foot inside of our clinic.
  • Patients who have COVID-19 symptoms can be evaluated via telemedicine or may call us ahead of time to be evaluated in the clinic. If patients are evaluated/treated in the clinic, their encounter will take place in a separate exam room, designated for patients who meet COVID-19 criteria. This designated room will be completely disinfected top to bottom at the end of each patient’s visit.
  • We are limiting the number of people who are allowed inside the clinic to limit the risk of exposure to keep our patients and our staff safe. Only the patient and/or the parent/guardian of the patient will be allowed in the clinic – all other parties will be asked to wait outside.
  • We are practicing social distancing (staying at least 6 feet apart) and we are asking our patients to do the same.
  • Our staff are wearing masks at all times. If our patients are experiencing respiratory symptoms, they will be given a mask upon arrival in our clinic.
  • We promote frequent and thorough hand-washing and provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer throughout the clinic for our patients and staff to use.

    *times are estimates

     

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    AFTEROURS NOW OFFERS TELEMEDICINE!

    You don’t need to leave your house to have a visit with an AfterOurs Urgent Care provider. Our providers are available for telemedicine consultations from 8AM-11PM daily via our website. The convenience of telemedicine allows you to be treated from anywhere you have access to the internet.

    Click here to go to our telemedicine waiting room!

    Telemedicine can be used to address any of the following conditions:

    • Allergies
    • Asthma, respiratory, and sinus infections
    • Bronchitis
    • Colds and Flu
    • Diarrhea or constipation
    • Infections
    • Insect Bites
    • Sore throat
    • Conjunctivitis (or pink eye)
    • Skin rashes, infections, or inflammation
    • Bladder infections and UTI’s
    • Vomiting, heartburn, nausea
    • Joint aches and pains
    • Headaches
    • Fever

    When should you use telemedicine services?

    • When your doctor’s office is closed
    • When you aren’t sure whether you should go to urgent care or wait until your doctor’s office reopens
    • When you’re on vacation/out of town
    • During inclement weather
    • If you’re feeling too sick to leave the house
    • If you have kids at home and don’t want to take them all to the doctor
    • If you need a prescription refill
    • If you can’t afford to take time off of work
    • If you want to save money on healthcare

    The benefits of telemedicine include:

    • More convenient care
    • More accessible care
    • More affordable care

    Nearly any service you can get at an urgent care clinic, you can also receive through telemedicine. Physical treatment such as labs, xrays, laceration repair, etc. will need to be done in person. Still, telemedicine is a great way to determine what the most appropriate place of service for your injury or illness is, potentially saving you a trip.

    Telemedicine

      Virtual Visits 8am – 11PM

      Telemedicine Services available from 8 am – 11 pm (MST)

      If we don’t contact you within 5 minutes of entering our telemedicine waiting room, kindly call our office at (303) 861-7878 or (650) 918-4027

        In-Clinic Visits

        We have in-clinic treatment options available for when telemedicine doesn’t make sense. Rest assured we are following all COVID safety protocols in our clinics. Click here for more details.

        Online registration speeds up the paperwork process and gets us on track to treat you as quickly as possibly once you arrive at the clinic. This will limit the amount of time you have to spend in the clinic.

        Click here for Colorado Online Registration

        Click here for California Online Registration

        If you are coming into the clinic for an already scheduled COVID screening, kindly stay in your car and we will come to you!

          AfterOurs Urgent Care COVID Testing

          We are updating this page daily with our available COVID testing options!

          Diagnostic Nasal Swab (results typically available in 48 hours)
          Thornton , Denver Highlands , SE Denver , Littleton , Foster City, CA
          Antibody Serology (results typically available in 24-48 hours)
          Thornton , Denver Highlands , SE Denver , Littleton , Foster City, CA 
          Rapid Antibody (results typically available in 15 minutes)
          Currently unavailable – please check back as this page is updated daily 
          Rapid Diagnostic Molecular (results typically available in 15 minutes)

          Please call for availability. 

          Rapid Antigen Test (results typically available in 30 minutes)

          Please call for availability. 

          A provider visit is required for all testing options but this can be done via telehealth or in-clinic, based on your preference. We can file with your insurance too, when provided. Uninsured patients are eligible for FREE COVID testing through the HRSA COVID-19 Uninsured Program.

          AfterOurs Urgent Care uses Quest Diagnostics for all outside lab tests, including COVID PCR testing. The quickest way for patients to access lab/test results is directly through Quest. AfterOurs will always contact patients with results after receiving them from Quest, however, patients may receive their results faster by signing up directly through Quest’s patient portal called “MyQuest”. To access test results directly online from Quest visit: https://myquest.questdiagnostics.com and follow the instructions to set up an account.

          Telehealth is open everyday from 8am to 11pm MST! Click to enter our Virtual Exam room and begin your visit!

          Colorado Telehealth

          California Telehealth

          SelfPay COVID Testing Costs

          $150 for a telehealth visit & 1 COVID test (rapid molecular test excluded).

          $200 for a telehealth visit & a rapid molecular COVID test.

          $230 for an in-clinic visit & a rapid molecular COVID test. Additional services may cost extra. 

          See here for complete details

          Coming in to see us in Colorado? Click here to register online and save your spot in line!

          Coming in to see us in California? Click here to register online and save your spot in line!

          HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR OUR AFTEROURS PATIENTS

          Don’t postpone necessary healthcare due to shelter in place orders. We have to be careful , but it’s important to seek care you need now. The apex of the COVID-19 curve will hit every community. So will the rapid drop in its prevalence.

          So when the “dust” settles, expect long waits and significant lead time for appointments. Providers of all sorts will be backlogged trying to catch up with deferred care. Additionally, support staff resources will likely have been reduced. With 25% of Americans already deferring needed care, adding an additional 2 months for nearly all Americans is likely to make for significant access challenges.

          What should you do? The current shelter in place directives from local state and federal governments require that people remain in their homes and isolated except for necessary excursions. Non-elective healthcare is of course one of those exceptions. To the extent that you have an injury or illness that does not appear to be improving on its own. Most physician offices are relatively quiet right now, so it’s a good time to seek needed healthcare.

          Some things to think about:

          • Stick with social distancing. Keep at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others.
          • Call ahead. Most of your visit can probably be handled on the phone or through telemedicine.
          • Don’t enter a clinic with a cough. Wait for instructions from the provider as to where and when you can be treated.
          • Wear a mask or request one if you are coughing or sneezing. Even 3-ply masks have proven very effective in keeping the virus spreading from contagious individuals with slightly less protection for uninfected individuals exposed to airborne virus particles.
          • If other people are in the waiting room, request to complete any paperwork outside or in an exam room. (Providers should offer this.)
          • Don’t expect a COVID-19 test right away. Testing is limited, so is PPE for the healthcare workers who are administering the tests.
          • Wash your hands (for at least 20 seconds) every chance you get.
          • To be safe, it’s not a bad idea to change your clothes and throw them in the washing machine.
          • Have your prescriptions sent electronically to pharmacies that deliver or have them sent to a grocery store where you shop so you don’t have to make an extra trip.
          • Don’t touch your face. Put a band-aid on both of your index fingers and count how many times you try to touch your face (a “no-no”) each hour you are out of the house (you will be surprised).

          COVID PREVENTION

          The virus that causes coronavirus disease is spreading in some of our communities. This disease, also known as COVID-19, is though to spread mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can spread to the mouth, nose, or hands of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Take steps to lower your risk of getting sick. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can also use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Take extra measures to put distance between yourself and others. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay home if you are sick except to get medical care. If you have severe symptoms please call 911. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. Only wear a facemask if you are sick and around other people or if you need to take care of someone who is sick. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces. Older adults and people who have severe chronic medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes, are at higher risk for more serious illness from COVID-19. This group should consult with their healthcare provider about additional steps to stay protected. For more information on COVID-19, please visit cdc.gov/COVID. Let’s work together to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities.

          Colorado Check In

          California Check In

            How is AfterOurs Keeping You Safe?

            • Telemedicine visits are available to AfterOurs patients 8AM-11PM daily – have a visit with one of our providers without having to step foot inside of our clinic.
            • Patients who have COVID-19 symptoms can be evaluated via telemedicine or may call us ahead of time to be evaluated in the clinic. If patients are evaluated/treated in the clinic, their encounter will take place in a separate exam room, designated for patients who meet COVID-19 criteria. This designated room will be completely disinfected top to bottom at the end of each patient’s visit.
            • We are limiting the number of people who are allowed inside the clinic to limit the risk of exposure to keep our patients and our staff safe. Only the patient and/or the parent/guardian of the patient will be allowed in the clinic – all other parties will be asked to wait outside.
            • We are practicing social distancing (staying at least 6 feet apart) and we are asking our patients to do the same.
            • Our staff are wearing masks at all times. If our patients are experiencing respiratory symptoms, they will be given a mask upon arrival in our clinic.
            • We promote frequent and thorough hand-washing and provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer throughout the clinic for our patients and staff to use.

            Colorado Check In

            California Check In

              AFTEROURS NOW OFFERS TELEMEDICINE!

              You don’t need to leave your house to have a visit with an AfterOurs Urgent Care provider. Our providers are available for telemedicine consultations from 8AM-11PM daily via our website. The convenience of telemedicine allows you to be treated from anywhere you have access to the internet.

              Click to go to our telemedicine waiting room!

              Colorado Telehealth

              California Telehealth

              Telemedicine can be used to address any of the following conditions:

              • Allergies
              • Asthma, respiratory, and sinus infections
              • Bronchitis
              • Colds and Flu
              • Diarrhea or constipation
              • Infections
              • Insect Bites
              • Sore throat
              • Conjunctivitis (or pink eye)
              • Skin rashes, infections, or inflammation
              • Bladder infections and UTI’s
              • Vomiting, heartburn, nausea
              • Joint aches and pains
              • Headaches
              • Fever

              When should you use telemedicine services?

              • When your doctor’s office is closed
              • When you aren’t sure whether you should go to urgent care or wait until your doctor’s office reopens
              • When you’re on vacation/out of town
              • During inclement weather
              • If you’re feeling too sick to leave the house
              • If you have kids at home and don’t want to take them all to the doctor
              • If you need a prescription refill
              • If you can’t afford to take time off of work
              • If you want to save money on healthcare

              The benefits of telemedicine include:

              • More convenient care
              • More accessible care
              • More affordable care

              Nearly any service you can get at an urgent care clinic, you can also receive through telemedicine. Physical treatment such as labs, xrays, laceration repair, etc. will need to be done in person. Still, telemedicine is a great way to determine what the most appropriate place of service for your injury or illness is, potentially saving you a trip.

              VIRTUAL VISITS 8AM - 11PM

              Telemedicine Services available from 8 am – 11 pm (MST).

              If we don’t contact you within 5 minutes of entering our telemedicine waiting room, kindly call our office at (303) 861-7878.

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              AfterOurs

              Colorado Telehealth

              California Telehealth

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              In-Clinic Visits

              We have in-clinic treatment options available for when telemedicine doesn’t make sense. Rest assured we are following all COVID safety protocols in our clinics. Click here for more details.

              Online registration speeds up the paperwork process and gets us on track to treat you as quickly as possibly once you arrive at the clinic. This will limit the amount of time you have to spend in the clinic.

              Click here for Colorado Online Registration

              Click here for California Online Registration

              If you are coming into the clinic for an already scheduled COVID screening, kindly stay in your car and we will come to you!