Is it Flu, Allergies, or COVID-19?

Some of the symptoms of flu, allergies, and COVID-19 are similar, making it hard to tell the difference between them based on symptoms alone. Diagnostic testing can help determine if you are sick with the flu, allergies, or COVID-19.

Flu, Allergies, and COVID-19 Testing
No Referral Necessary


COVID-19 Testing
No Referral Necessary

Curb Side Contactless Testing

  • Complete the Online Registration Form for COVID-19 testing. Click here for the form.
  • Park in one of our Curb Side Testing stalls.
  • Let us know you have arrived and ready for testing.

Appointment Testing

  • We value your time, and we will expedite the testing process as quickly and easily as possible.
  • Register ahead to ensure we have enough testing supplies for everyone requesting a COVID-19 test. Click here for form.

Walk-ins Testing

  • Walk-ins COVID-19 testing also available.
  • Supplies may be limited, thus we recommend that you make an appointment.
  • Register ahead. Click here for the form.


During these unprecedented times, individual state and country have their own law and regulation for COVID-19 testing prior to your travel.

We recommend that you:

  • Contact your airline, cruise ship, or public transportation for specific requirement.
  • Contact the destination governmental agency for their specific requirement.

We offer COVID-19 PCR testing through WestPac Labs and Quest Diagnostic.

Traveling to Hawaii?

Sendas now offers COVID-19 PCR testing for travel to Hawaii islands, Through WestPac Labs, Sendas is an approved testing provider.

Forego the 14-day self-quarantine by taking an approved pre-travel test

If you are traveling into or within* the State of Hawaii, you have two options:

  1. Quarantine: complete the State’s mandatory 14-day self-quarantine.

2) Take a pre-travel test: forego the quarantine by taking a pre-travel test.

    • The test must be from a state-approved testing provider.
    • The test must be administered no more than 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time of the final leg to Hawaii.

To help you review your options, please refer to the following links:

  1. State of Hawaii Portal for COVID-19:
  2. WestPac Labs:

We’re All In This Together

To assist our patients who may not be able to travel outside their homes.


Easily and reliably speak with our Providers face-to-face from anywhere. HIPAA-compliant so you can feel safe connecting with our Providers.

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Stay connected with our Staff and Providers. HIPAA-compliant secure messaging lets you share files, videos, and photos with just one tap.


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

COVID-19 Entrance

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.

Upon arrival, stay in your vehicle.

Call our urgent care (661) 587-2500 or Text us (661) 367-8897.

We will instruct you with further instructions. We can register you over the phone and bring any paperwork to you.

COVID-19 Testing

Results available within 1-3 hours.
The swab test can tell if you have the virus in your body at that moment.

Results available within 1-3 days.
Nasopharyngeal or Oropharyngeal swabs.
The swab test can tell if you have the virus in your body at that moment.

Results available within 1-3 days.
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.

COVID-19 Management

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.

Social Distancing

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.

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Our Services

Urgent Care

Our freestanding urgent care center is equipped with digital x-ray, on-site laboratory service, medication dispensing, respiratory therapy, IV fluid therapy, orthopedic treatments, procedure room for minor surgical treatments, and much more. Click here for more information.

Urgent Derm

Our providers evaluate and treat various dermatological conditions. We utilize state of the art technologies, including laser treatments. We work closely with other specialists to help diagnose and treat your skin condition.  Click here for more information.

IV Infusion

We provide IV Infusion therapy to help with various ailments. IV therapy can help with dehydration from excessive vomiting during pregnancy, heat stroke, gastroenteritis, gastric surgery and many other causes.

Occupational Medicine

We offer a wide range of occupational health services to support companies in maintaining a healthy and safe workforce while reducing the overall cost of health care for the companies and the employees. Short waiting time and rapid return to work are priorities for our occupational medicine patients. We are committed to accurate communication of employee treatment plans and return to work status.  Click here for more information.

Sendas Urgent Care is proud to be affiliated with the following local, regional, and national insurance companies to provide the best care and coverage for our patients and customers.

For more information, please call (661) 587-2500.