RAPID TESTING HOURS: 8AM TO 6PM WEEKDAYS & 8AM TO 3PM WEEKENDS
RAPID TESTING IS AVAILABLE BASED ON DAILY SUPPLY.

*Due to the extremely large call volume, you can send your query to ppeiffer@afcurgentcare.com*
Learn more about our current testing capabilities under “coronavirus FAQ” in the menu.

COVID-19 testing

COVID-19 and Influenza Differences: FAQs

Influenza and COVID-19 are two highly contagious respiratory illnesses, but the underlying causes are by different viruses. Coronavirus leads to the infection of COVID-19, whereas the flu is an infection by the influenza viruses. It can be difficult to tell the two diseases apart, especially since their symptoms are nearly identical. Being well-informed of the …

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Flu Symptoms vs. COVID-19 Symptoms

This year, seasonal illness treatment and care is going to be extremely challenging for both patients and healthcare providers alike. That is mainly because COVID-19 symptoms and flu symptoms are similar and may cause patient confusion, as well as a spike in healthcare demand, across the U.S.  In Florida, these challenges are especially relevant as …

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What is Rapid COVID-19 Testing?

Rapid COVID-19 Testing is coming to AFC Urgent Care Tampa in October 2020. Until then we offer standard PCR testing and antibody testing. Learn more about our current testing capabilities under “coronavirus FAQ” in the menu.  AFC Urgent Care Tampa understands that COVID-19 testing is a major need for all Florida residents. The number of …

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How Can Businesses Safely Return to Work?

The state of Florida is re-opening as bars, restaurants, corporate offices, and retail businesses are allowing customers to shop and eat in increased activity. As employers and employees return back to work, it is important to learn how to safely transition workers back to their jobs. COVID-19 antibody testing and swab testing for coronavirus are …

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How High-Risk COVID-19 Patients Manage Infections

COVID-19 cases are slowing down across the U.S as of May 2020, which means that more businesses are opening and more people are breaking quarantine. For high-risk patients, this may mean that COVID-19 infections could spike or increase if they are not careful. As individuals return to work, high-risk patients still need to evaluate their …

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