Mon - Fri 8am - 9pm
Sat & Sun 8am - 4pm
phone910-794-4947 | FAX: 910-794-4943
location 6132 Carolina Beach Rd, Ste 8, Wilmington, NC

COVID-19 Rapid Testing

COVID-19 curbside testing is now available as long as supplies last. Please call Masonboro Urgent Care at 910-794-4947 for your test.

Antigen Test

Results on site: Yes
Test Type: Nasal swab
Results: 15 minutes

Rapid Molecular RNA Test

Results on site: Yes
Test Type: Nasal swab
Results: 15 minutes

Reference Lab Molecular RNA Test

Results on site: No
Test Type: Nasal swab
Results: Depends on the lab volume. Call for specifics.

The CARES Act requires health insurance to cover 100% of the cost for COVID-19 testing for those experiencing symptoms or who have CDC defined close contact or high risk for exposure (subject to change). See link. 

Uninsured testing is testing done for non-medical reasons such as testing required for:

  • Travel
  • Going back to school
  • Dental appointments
  • Etc.

If you are experiencing symptoms, please call us to let us know before you arrive. Stay in your car when you arrive. We’ll do the swab and send your swab to the reference lab. If you have severe symptoms, please go to the emergency room where they can assist you.

 

If your results are positive, you should self-isolate for at least 10 days and until you are symptom free without medication. Click this link to review the CDC guidelines on “What to do if you are sick“. 

There is no out-of-pocket cost for most people who use insurance or the government program for the uninsured (subject to change).

For non-medical reasons:

  • Rapid Antigen: $165
  • Rapid RNA: $185
  • Send out RNA: $185

Yes, the CARES Act requires health insurance providers to cover the cost of COVID testing for people who have symptoms or have CDC defined close contact or high risk exposure (subject to change).

Insurance does not cover testing for non-medical reasons such as testing requested for:

  • Travel
  • Going back to school
  • Dental appointments
  • Etc.

You must have an appointment for testing. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, please go to your local emergency room for assistance.