COVID-19 Resources

Your Safety is our #1 Priority

We are taking extra precautions to ensure your health and safety when visiting our centers. Find helpful tips below of changes you can expect during your visit, watch a video from our medical director and learn more about COVID-19 and MIS-C from trusted resources. The more you know the better you can care for yourself and your family.

After Hours Pediatrics offers COVID-19 Testing & Antibody Testing.

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Rapid COVID Testing


We offer Rapid COVID-19 testing. To help answer questions related to these tests visit our site. Click Learn More to find out answers about these tests.


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Testing Options


Understand the difference between the COVID molecular, rapid, and antibody tests by viewing this chart.


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Patient Safety


The safety of our patients and staff are top priority. Watch a video from Dr. Romig about the safety precautions we are taking including how we disinfect the site, what screening patients means, who should wear face masks and more.


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Testing Tips for Kids


To help reduce anxiety that you and/or your child may be feeling, here are four things you should know before having your child tested.


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Q & A: Antibody Test


You have questions, we have answers.
Learn more about the what the test does and does not do.


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MIS-C and COVID


The CDC is providing background information on several cases of a recently reported multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) associated with COVID-19 and a case definition for this syndrome.


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Parent & Child Resources


View and download resources for parents and children, including a back-to-school checklist and a kid-friendly COVID-19 coloring book.


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CDC COVID Resources


CDC is responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Find updated information, symptoms, and what to do if you think you or a family member has COVID-19.


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WHO


There are many questions and unfortunately misinformation about COVID-19. Check out the Coronavirus Disease Myth Busters by the World Health Organization.


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