Safe Reopening of Businesses
Preparing to reopen your business amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19?
Is it safe to reopen?
Are your employees able to return to work?
What are potential risks and liability to your business?
Let our Team of Staff and Provider help answer these questions and give you the information you need to safely reopen your business.
Our Occupational Medicine Team of Staff and Providers will help your organization design specific protocols that meet your industry standards.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing
Clear Employees to Return-To-Work
Manage Employees with COVID-19 Symptoms
Create Work Space That’s Functional and Safe
To assist our patients who may not be able to travel outside their homes.
COVID-19 TESTING and MANAGEMENT
We are open during this COVID-19 pandemic
To be of service to our community and taking extra steps to ensure the safety of our patients and staff
We have a separate entrance and exam room for patients being evaluated, tested, or managed for COVID-19.
The room is designed specifically to prevent cross-contamination of viral cases. Our Staff and Providers wear Personal Protective Equipment. The room is cleaned and sterilized after every use.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE ENTERING THIS ROOM
Upon arrival, stay in your vehicle.
We will instruct you with further instructions. We can register you over the phone and bring any paperwork to you.
We offer COVID-19 testing.
COVID-19 PCR TEST – AVAILABLE NOW
Nasopharyngeal or Oropharyngeal swabs.
The swab test can tell if you have the virus in your body at that moment.
COVID-19 ANTIBODIES TEST – AVAILABLE NOW
Blood test for IgM and IgG antibodies.
The blood test shows whether you’ve ever been infected with the virus, even if you didn’t have symptoms.
IgM, which your body makes for about 2 weeks before the levels drop.
IgG, which your body makes more slowly (within 4 weeks) but which usually lasts longer.
Most patients with COVID-19 have mild to no symptoms. They may just need rest, fluid, and supportive care.
Some patients with COVID-19 may require medications to control their symptoms. Our providers can evaluate and treat these symptoms and help to prevent these symptoms from worsening.
Patients with severe symptoms should be evaluated and treated in the Emergency Department.
We kindly ask our patients to maintain Social Distancing while in the urgent care.
Chairs are 6-feet apart.
Please wear face masks. Masks are available upon request.
Hand Sanitizers are placed throughout the urgent care.
ASTHMA / COPD
Urgent Care is the delivery of ambulatory medical care outside of a hospital emergency department. Urgent Care centers are primarily used to treat patients who have an injury or illness that requires time-sensitive care but is not serious enough to warrant a visit to the emergency room.
Sendas Urgent Care provides immediate care for acute, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries in a friendly, caring and compassionate environment. We offer a cost-effective alternative to the emergency room.
Sendas Urgent Care has become a critical component in our community’s health care network. We coordinate your care between primary care physicians and pediatricians, outpatient imaging centers and physician specialists creating a network of care options that are best for you.
Sendas is committed to “Amazing Customer Service” for every one of our patients and customers.
We see patients on a Walk-In basis, by Scheduled Appointment, or via TeleMED service.
Urgent Care is for medical conditions that are non-life threatening conditions requiring timely evaluation but not needing the emergent comprehensive services of a hospital based Emergency Department. If you are experiencing traumatic or life-threatening illnesses or injuries, call 911 immediately.
You must call 911 or immediately get to an Emergency Department for treatment of the following:
- signs or symptoms of heart attack or stroke
- major head injury
- life threatening allergic reactions
- severe choking (cannot breathe or talk)
- fall from greater than 7 feet
- near drowning
- electrical shock
- open or angulated fracture
- amputation of a body part
Sendas will submit claims to those insurance companies that we are affiliated with on your behalf for payment. Co-payments and Deductible payments are due at the time of your visit. Any claims that are unpaid by your insurance company are ultimately your responsibility.
Sendas offers a reasonably priced medical care for those without medical insurance. We will provide appropriate care while keeping you inform of treatment options and costs. The out of pocket cost of our services will be comparable to office visits, but much less expensive than emergency department fees for equivalent treatment.
Sendas is proud to be affiliated with many local, regional, and national insurance companies. In the event that we do not participate with your health insurance plan, we can provide you with the proper medical documentation of your visit to submit your claim directly to your insurance carrier.
Sendas offers a variety of variety of service types to accommodate individual needs:
TeleMED via our secured HIPAA_Compliant app.
SMS Text Messaging via our secured HIPAA_Compliant app.
Chat Service via our secured HIPAA_Compliant app.