COVID-19 Tests and Treatment

Ally Medical conducts COVID-19 testing and treatments as part of emergency room evaluations, based on best practice clinical protocols. Those seeking care at Ally Medical will be subject to emergency room billing practices.
  • We are NOT a routine COVID-19 testing center.
  • We are NOT a Monoclonal Antibody infusion site.
  • We are NOT a COVID-19 vaccination site.

Our locations have the ability to perform both rapid antigen and rapid COVID-19 RT-PCR which return results in 60 minutes or less. We also have the ability to send out PCR tests to a commercial laboratory with most results returning within 48 hours. RT-PCR is the most widely used test to determine if you have the specific genetic material for the virus that causes COVID-19. Because this is the most accurate way to test for COVID-19, our physician will determine which test is best for your current health needs.

For patients who test positive for COVID-19, Paxlovid is the first line of recommended therapy for treatment. Our physicians can evaluate you in the ER to see if you qualify for the medication. If you do qualify, they will send a prescription to your pharmacy.

We are an emergency medical facility, and we can take care of patients concerned about severe COVID-19 symptoms, such as chest pain or difficulty breathing. If you have these symptoms, please call 911 or seek help immediately at the nearest emergency room, whether it is an Ally Medical Emergency Room or another emergency room.

If you need a routine COVID-19 test, please visit a community testing site. Often times these sites will provide tests free of charge. 

If you are not sure whether you should come to an Ally Medical ER for a COVID-19 test, feel free to call any of our locations with questions.

Updated: August 11th, 2022

COVID-19 Precautions

Everyone can feel safe inside our carefully sanitized facility, in which we utilize UVC sterilization and HEPA filtration after COVID-19 visits.

We screen every visitor for COVID-19 symptoms and provide a mask.

We sanitize each room and pathway, as well as reserve rooms just for COVID-19 cases.

Many of our ERs have a dedicated entrance for potential COVID-19 patients.

If you think you may have COVID-19, feel free to call us before you arrive so we can be ready to direct you to our COVID treatment area.