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Covid 19

LATEST INFORMATION ON

Coronavirus

We're here to help you navigate the medical and emotional challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic. Explore the topics below, and contact your provider for one-on-one support through our patient portal or at an appointment.

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A step-by-step guide to quarantine and caring for yourself during your COVID-19 illness.

Last updated December 2021

I need a COVID test.

Patients needing a COVID test must call our office at (610) 363-0100

If you are having symptoms, you will need to have an appointment with a provider before getting a test. If you are asymptomatic, you'll be able to schedule either a PCR test, or a rapid antigen test (first choice). There is a cost of $35 for all patients (unless you have Medicare or Aetna insurances, which are currently paying for the test).

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The COVID-19 Vaccine

The vaccine is an essential tool in the fight to end the global Coronavirus pandemic. CMMD and Associates is a COVID-19 vaccination site offering Moderna and Pfizer brand vaccines, including the bivalent Omicron booster shot. You may get the Omicron booster shot even if you have not had a primary vaccine series. Call us today to book your vaccine or booster shot.

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Resources from the CDC:
What to Expect at your COVID-19 Vaccination
 
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How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
 
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Rare Allergic Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccine
 
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Visiting Our Offices:
Protocols as of January 2023

In-office visits and consultations: We're currently seeing patients in the office for sick and well visits, physicals, follow-ups, consults, and more. All staff are fully vaccinated. In common areas masking is required by patients who are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory illness.

Telemedicine appointments: Patients are encouraged to see us in person for their medical care, and telemedicine should be used only in specific cases. Options for video-conferencing with a provider can be discussed; please contact us for details. All patients should also contact their insurance company to discuss coverage of remote appointments, which varies by insurance provider.

We're answering phone calls, texts, emails and portal messages – contact us if you have any questions!

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