Get Rapid COVID-19 Testing at Instant Urgent Care

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Urgent Care for Rapid COVID-19 Testing

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Rapid RT-PCR Test Available:

  • Domestic or International travel clearance.
  • If required by your job/school.

How to get tested for rapid
RT-PCR test?

  • Book same-day appointments at the locations given below
  • Visit the center and get tested.
  • Access your online results within 30 minutes to 2 hours here.

Insurance Accepted | Results in 30 mins – 2 hours


Select Location to Book Appointment

What are the COVID-19 Testing Types Available?

Rapid RT-PCR Test

The quickest test for determining whether the novel coronavirus is present is the Rapid COVID-19 test (COVID-19). Similar to a routine diagnostic test, rapid COVID testing uses a swab. The presence or absence of a viral infection is then determined by laboratory analysis of a swab.

Rapid tests are highly accurate and can return patient results on the same day as the test. Our care team is able to swab and receive results on the same day, in contrast to conventional swab tests. The results of a typical test will probably not be available for several days. Rapid testing enables our care team to provide patients with results the same day the test is finished.

What are the COVID-19 testing types available?
What are the COVID-19 testing types available?

Rapid Antigen Test

All of our clinics at Instant Urgent Care provide Rapid Antigen COVID-19 testing for patients who require an immediate diagnosis for medical clearance or return to work. Patients who need to stay in their communities for work and personal reasons typically benefit from same-day urgent care rapid test, with an assurance to provide results on the same day.

However, if patients are traveling to another state or country by plane, they might need to get a particular RT-PCR test. Contact us for more information.

Rapid NAAT (Molecular Test)

Instant Urgent Care centers are now equipped with Abbott’s ID NOW Rapid Molecular test to provide the fastest and most reliable urgent care rapid test results for patients. Abbott’s Molecular test has testing rates as accurate as 95% for patients and is the most widely researched testing method available.

Based on recent Abbott ID NOW rapid testing statistics: “In a completed analysis from a multi-site urgent care clinical setting of 430 symptomatic patients with two or more symptoms, including 53 PCR positive subjects, ID NOW demonstrated performance of 96.2% in positive agreement (sensitivity) and 99.5% negative agreement (specificity) compared to lab-based molecular PCR tests.

What are the COVID-19 testing types available?

Rapid COVID-19 Testing Overview

Well-trained personnel

Our staff is well-equipped to handle the situation, and advisories on the dos and don’ts, to help prevent the the spread of the coronavirus and patient safety.

Assured safety

We use FDA approved testing equipment and supplies. Our staff wears the appropriate PPE per the CDC guidelines. The exam rooms are properly sanitized after every patient visit.

Sanitization facility

Our clinics continue to adhere to strict sanitization protocols and our staff members follow the Covid-19 safety protocols. We have also ensured that the sanitization facility is available at our labs for patients as well.

Better pieces of equipment

When caring for patients, our staff always makes sure to put on personal protective equipment like masks and gloves to prevent infection and prevent the spread of the disease to others.

Why choose Instant Urgent Care?

Rapid Antigen and Rt-PCR Tests Available

Telemedicine appointment available

Results are available within 30 minutes to 2 hours

Multiple locations available across California


Rapid Testing Across California

All our our Instant Urgent Care locations offer rapid COVID-19 testing for nearby patients to the following communities. If you need directions or more information please click on the location below:

We accept major insurance plans

At Instant Urgent Care, we are in-network with almost all the nationwide mainstream health insurance plans. We accept all major health insurance plans such as Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California, Blue, Cross Blue Shield, Brown and Toland Medical Group, CareMore, Cigna, First Health Network, HealthNet, Hills Physician Medical Group, Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, MultiPlan, Physicians Medical Group – San Jose, River City Medical Group, Santa Clara County IPA (SPICCA), Stratose, TRICARE, United Healthcare, USAMCO, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the answers to your questions and useful information about COVID-19 Testing. Call us if you still can’t find what you are looking for.

1. Does Urgent Care Do COVID Testing?

Yes, many urgent care centers offer COVID-19 testing, including both PCR and rapid tests. It’s good to call ahead to confirm availability and any specific requirements.

2. When should I take a rapid COVID-19 test?

Rapid COVID-19 tests are useful for quickly checking if you have COVID-19, especially if you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who tested positive. It’s most useful to take a test as soon as symptoms appear or after exposure.

3. How accurate are COVID-19 rapid tests?

The accuracy of COVID-19 rapid tests can vary depending on the specific test used. Generally, they may have slightly lower sensitivity than PCR tests, but they can still be quite accurate, especially when taken at the right time.

4. Can a Rapid Test detect early COVID-19?

Rapid tests can detect COVID-19 in the early stages, but their accuracy increases as the viral load in your body increases. They are more reliable a few days after exposure or when symptoms develop.

5. Where can I get COVID-19 test results on the same day?

You can often get same-day COVID-19 test results from various sources, including urgent care centers, some pharmacies, and certain testing sites. However, availability may vary depending on your location and the type of test used. It’s suggested to inquire locally for specific options.