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Castle Rock Rapid COVID-19 Testing at AFC Urgent Care

Get COVID-19 Rapid Testing at AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock today: Book ahead or visit via walk-in access


AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock now offers Rapid COVID-19 testing and antigen tests for patients. As COVID-19 testing continues to increase in demand, patients will need immediate results to decided when it is the appropriate time to go back to work, school, or other normal activities.

AFC Castle Rock is equipped with testing equipment so that you get your test results in just a few minutes, on the same day as your visit. The provider team emphasizes your personal health and safety, which is why our clinic maintains strict infection control protocols while administering testing for patients.

The fastest way to book rapid coronavirus testing at our Castle Rock urgent care center is to schedule ahead or visit during our normal hours as a walk-in patient. If you’d like to know more about our testing capabilities, other types of COVID-19 testing, and the specifics of rapid testing, then keep reading below: 

Rapid COVID-19 Testing FAQs:

Q. What is a Rapid COVID-19 Test?

A. A Rapid PCR COVID-19 test is a nasal swab used to detect an active strain of the COVID-19 virus. Patients that are experiencing symptoms or have been in contact with an infected patient should get tested as soon as they can. 

Q. How does Rapid COVID Testing work?

A. A test works by swabbing the inside of a patient’s nose, and detecting whether or not they have an active case of the virus. Your test is then sent to and analyzed in our lab. Rapid test results are returned to a patient on the same day as their visit. 

Q. What should I do if I have a positive result?

A. You should stay home and avoid contact with others. Drink plenty of fluids throughout the quarantine process and get enough rest. Monitor your symptoms to make sure you are getting better and stay in touch with your doctor. Quarantine at home for approximately 2 weeks or a little longer. 

Q. What should I do if I have a negative test?

A. Receiving a negative tests means your body did not show active signs of the virus at the time. If you start experiencing symptoms, get tested again. If not, continue following governmental guidelines, wash your hands frequently, maintain a distance of 6 feet between others, and wear a mask when in public. 

Q. Is rapid testing covered by insurance?

A. Insurance coverage can vary for rapid COVID-19 testing prices. Some patients may have to pay out of pocket while others have coverage or have a special waiver/exemption for testing costs. Please refer to our list of current, accepted insurance plans and determine whether your policy covers rapid tests. 

Q. Are there other types of testing available?

A. AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock also offers COVID standard PCR testing for patients who are not experiencing symptoms, and do not have an active case of the virus. A standard test is also a more cost-friendly test that takes 3-5 days for results. 

Q. Where can I get a rapid COVID test near Castle Rock, CO?

A. AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock offers rapid COVID-19 testing for all patients near Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Centennial, and Parker, CO. Please call AFC Urgent Care Caste Rock for more information. 

What is Rapid COVID-19 Testing? How does it work?

A Rapid COVID-19 test is an antigen test that can quickly detect the presence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Rapid COVID testing uses a swab, just like a standard COVID-19 test, to analyze a sample that evaluates if a patient current has a COVID-19 infection. 

Rapid tests provide a patient their results on the same day of testing and with high levels of accuracy. The average time it takes to complete a test is 15 minutes, while results come back a little bit after that time. 

AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock performs Rapid COVID-19 testing using Abbot molecular PCR tests that can provide test results on the same day as a patient visit. 

COVID-19 Testing Access here in Castle Rock, CO

AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock accepts most in-state insurances for COVID-19, offers low rates for treatment, and does not require an appointment for COVID testing. Our team is dedicated towards getting patients back to the new normal as safely as possible. 

Booking your appointment ahead of time is the best way to plan and prepare for COVID-19 testing. However, patients can call if they have other questions for our provider team. 

Rapid testing is not the only type of coronavirus testing that Castle Rock patients have access to. Below, we’ve highlighted our current COVID-19 testing capabilities at our clinic: 

COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test

Covid-19 Antibody testing PPE and Blood in test tube

A diagnostic swab test that has a high accuracy rate for negative tests and returns results in 15 minutes. Available by walk-in visit or appointment. 

COVID-19 Standard Testing


A diagnostic swab test that has the most accurate positive test rates and highly accurate negative test rates. Takes longer than antigen tests to process results. Available by walk-in visit or online appointment. 

COVID-19 Antibody Testing

COVID-19 antibody testing at AFC Urgent Care Castle Rock

A blood draw test that detects if a patient has a partial immunity to the COVID-19 virus, due to previous infection. Available at AFC Castle Rock by walk-in visit or online appointment  

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