Offering COVID-19 Testing & Antibody Testing - No Appointment Needed
This page is only for COVID-19 Testing & Antibody Testing at the AFC Urgent Care Englewood / Broadway clinics located in Englewood, Colorado. If you do not reside in, or near, Englewood Colorado, please check for an AFC clinic near you that offers COVID testing.
Covid-19 Test Results Available Within 72 Hours!
Covid-19 Rapid Tests are available
If you would like to make an appointment please click Here.
*Appointments are not required but are encouraged
If you are experiencing any upper respiratory symptoms such as cough/cold, runny nose, fever, shortness of breath please come in today for a full examination from one of our licensed medical providers.
We are here to serve our Englewood, Colorado community and are ready to test and care for you and your loved ones. No appointment is necessary and we accept most major insurance plans, including Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare and the VA. We also have options available to you if you are currently uninsured or have self-pay options for those with high deductible health plans. Please call us at 303-622-5770 for more information.
About Our COVID-19 Antibody Test
This serology blood test identifies the presence of antibodies that indicate
that a person had an immune response to COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus
or SARS-CoV-2). A positive result to this antibody (IgG) test indicates
that you may have had previous exposure to COVID-19 and your body has
Although It may take up to 14 days after the onset of symptoms for antibodies to be developed within the body, 91% of people develop such antibodies within the first 8-13 days. Some people infected with COVID-19 will never exhibit symptoms but will have a detectable antibody response. While there is belief that the presence of antibodies may provide immunity to future infections, there is not yet enough data to state this conclusively.
This is an antibody test used to detect the presence of antibodies indicating an immune system response to a past COVID-19 infection, not to diagnose active infections.