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Rapid COVID-19 Testing is coming to AFC Urgent Care Tampa on October 1st, 2020.  Learn more about our current testing capabilities under “coronavirus FAQ” in the menu. Payment info available here

Personal Healthcare Checklist for the Fall 2020 Season:

Fall 2020 is going to be quite challenging for many patients. Healthcare providers at AFC Urgent Care Tampa are here to help patients make sure they are prepared to stay healthy with the challenges of flu season, are aware of common preventive care techniques, and can safely avoid seasonal illnesses this fall season.  The spike …

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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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AFC Tampa Rapid COVID-19 Testing FAQs

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.  As we mentioned in our previous blog, rapid covid-19 testing provides a lot of benefits for patients that need …

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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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The Dangers of Deferred Care for Patients: COVID-19 Concerns for Urgent Care

COVID-19 in Florida has created significant social and economic impacts on our communities. Even more troubling is that COVID-19 cases are not slowing down anytime soon, which means that more and more patients are deciding to skip their medical appointments and address other medical needs including primary care visits and urgent care appointments. Even nationally, …

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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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COVID-19 and Occupational Health Services

The state of Florida is beginning to open up with a large number of food service businesses, office spaces, and commercial operations returning back to normal. However, many employees still need to manage COVID-19 risks and maintain infection control in the event that cases begin to spike. The good news for many patients is that …

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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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Benefits of Telemedicine for Patients

The COVID-19 pandemic is spreading at a troubling rate, which has caused most families to self-quarantine and make significant sacrifices at home. Currently, the U.S estimates that over 1.1 million patients have the novel coronavirus. Patients need to continue to self-quarantine and remain at home as much as possible, especially with the significant rise in …

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