COVID-19 Testing & Treatment

Everyone is a VIP at Frontline ER!

Frontline ER offers the latest in COVID-19 testing, and we now offer Monoclonal Antibody Treatment, the same COVID-19 treatment former President Trump received when he was diagnosed with COVID-19.

Fontline ER COVID-19 Treatment

COVID-19 TESTING

Frontline ER is not a designated Covid Testing Center, but an Emergency Room.

We provide Rapid Antigen, PCR, Flu and Strep, and any other necessary testing needed for your care and treatment, such as Monoclonal Antibody for active, high-risk Covid infections, IV antibiotics, oxygen, etc… We also provide on-site X-Ray and CT Scans 

Covid related services:

Test results during your visit

  • Rapid Antigen Test (Nasal Swab)
  • Influenza A & B (Nasal Swab)
  • Strep Test (Throat Swab)


PCR results in 2-3 days

  • PCR Test (Nasal Swab)


Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

  • Available to patients 12 years of age and older


INSURANCE

If you are having active covid symptoms, we are happy to treat you and will adjust your co-pay to $50 for this ER visit. Your insurance will be billed as an Emergency Room visit, and your deductible may apply. 

Frontline ER honors in-network benefits for emergency services.  When you receive your Estimation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance carrier, it is NOT A BILL from Frontline ER. We will apply the in-network payments and adjust your bill.  We do not bill the difference of in-network and out-of-network to the patient.   

We do accept most major insurances.  Unfortunately, we are not allowed to accept Tricare, Medicaid or Medicare.

UNINSURED or SELF-PAY*

We are maintaining our Uninsured and Self-Pay option to meet the needs of who are unable to use insurance as payment.  We offer the Rapid Antigen, PCR, Strep and Flu testing with results during your visit and are open 24/7s. It is Walk-in only, no appointment necessary with a first-come; first served policy.   You may choose this option if you need a Covid test for:

  • Travel, Return to Work or School
  • Retesting within 30 days
  • Exposure, but do not have symptoms
  • Or other criteria are not covered by insurance


*Frontline ER has adjusted this rate to assist those without insurance, you cannot file an insurance claim for reimbursement with this option.

To locate a testing center, dial 2-1-1 and select Option 6 or visit texas.gov/covid

If you have additional questions, please give us a call at Frontline ER

Fontline ER COVID-19 Test

COVID-19 TREATMENT

Monoclonal Antibody Infusion for Covid-19

As the battle against COVID-19 continues, science finds and uses new and more effective treatments against the virus.

If you are high-risk and meet certain criteria, Frontline ER has a treatment option for you.  It’s called Monoclonal Antibody InfusionmAb for short, and it’s available now.

This is the same treatment that was given to former President Trump when he was hospitalized for COVID-19.

There is mounting new data that this treatment will reduce the amount of hospitalizations needed from COVID-19.

Monoclonal antibody infusions are available for those who are high risk for developing severe COVID-19 and have:

  • A positive COVID-19 test and have not yet been admitted to the hospital and have not been vaccinated


Children 12 years of age or older (and at least 88 pounds) may receive this treatment if they mee the criteria

High risk includes any of the following:

  • 65 years of age or older
  • Overweight (body mass index over 25)
  • Pregnancy (verify with OB/GYN)
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2)
  • Weakened immune system
  • Currently receiving immunosuppressive treatment
  • Cardiovascular disease/hypertension
  • Chronic lung disease
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Medical-related technological dependence


How is mAb administered?
 

  • Casirivimab and imdevimab are two investigational medicines given together as a single intravenous infusion (through a vein for at least 1 hour with an additional 1-2 hours for observation.
  • Or 4 intramuscular injections near the abdomen with 1 hour observation.


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