COVID-19 Testing and COVID-19 Vaccines are available for walk-in patients during normal clinic hours.
AFC Urgent Care is open from 8am to 4pm on Monday, July 4th. We will resume normal hours on July 5th
AFC Urgent Care Clearwater provides standard pre-employment physicals to nearby communities and also offers COVID-19 testing and related services.
In Florida, the coronavirus has complicated life and continues to do so even as the state re-opens. Patients that need testing and routine health physicals can contact AFC Urgent Care Clearwater by call, and return back to work during this disruptive pandemic.
The “new normal" is still a long way from happening, but AFC Urgent Care Clearwater can help ensure you are safe, healthy, and protected as you get back to your job.
Before you hire an employee, it is often helpful to make sure an employee is physically and mentally capable of performing the job. This can ensure your staff stays as healthy as possible. Pre-employment physicals are used by many companies to determine the suitability of a prospect to a job and if they can carry out the necessary functions of a job.
At AFC Urgent Care Clearwater, our pre-employment physicals are customized to meet the needs of your business and include:
AFC Urgent Care in Clearwater can perform pre-employment physicals on your behalf. We can perform a complete medical examination with Drug Testing if requested. Our office is a Walk-in Center so appointments are never necessary. Our extended hours fit into your employee’s schedules easily. Our office is conveniently located at 1500 North McMullen Booth Rd in Clearwater FL.
For more information about our pre-employment physicals or other occupational health services, please call us today at (727) 266-1266.
Employees that need to return to work ASAP can get tested for COVID-19 at AFC Clearwater. Just call us and we’ll help you get the test you need to return back to work.
COVID-19 Testing available for patients:
1.Reverse Transcriptase-PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) testing—this involves taking a swab from a SYMPTOMATIC patient’s nose or throat to determine if they have an ACTIVE coronavirus-19 infection. The exact sensitivity (ability to correctly identify those with the illness — true positive rate) and specificity (ability to correctly identify those who don’t have the illness—true negative rate) is not known.
2.Serology testing (Antibody Testing)-this involves taking a small sample of blood and testing it for antibodies against the COVID-19 virus. A positive test would indicate that a patient had been infected and has formed antibodies against the COVID-19. The current test offered at AFC will detect the IgG antibody against COVID-19. A positive IgG test may allow you to return to your normal activities without the worry of re-contracting COVID-19. The sensitivity and specificity of the antibody test is not yet known.
Depending on your field and position, a company you are applying to work at may require you to undergo a pre-employment physical as part of yourhiring processto make sure you are physically fit enough to perform the duties required. In addition to making sure they are hiring someone who can do the job, pre-employment physicals allow the company to know beforehand that they will be able to maintain the same standards of productivity while keeping the rest of their employees safe, which will keep occupational healthcare costs low.