COVID FAQs

If you have any symptoms of COVID and need to be tested, you should quarantine until your test results return. 

If you have been exposed to a known COVID 19 positive patient, you should get tested and quarantine until your test results return.

If you have a positive test- you need to contact your county health department for quaranting guidelines which usually consist of a 10-14 day quarantine or longer for children. 

As physicians, we do not recommend any rapid covid tests as the the ability to rely on the test results are poor. If you have a positive rapid test, you still need a PCR test. The only test that we recommend is PCR which is the most accurate way of testing that we currently have available.