Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our Ashley Pediatrics clinics offer COVID testing and COVID care* for new and established patients with coronavirus symptoms. 

*COVID care at Ashley Pediatrics is limited to children only. Adult patients will receive a telemedicine visit to discuss their COVID test result but may not be prescribed any medications. Certain Ashley Pediatrics providers may also see adult patients and provide COVID care for adults so please call your preferred clinic for more information. 

Coronavirus testing is available at the locations below. At our clinics (image on the left and bottom right), COVID testing is free for insured and uninsured patients. Immigration status is not required for application to the uninsured program. 

 

Clinic Protocols (Revised 10/13/20)

  • Once you park, call the clinic to let staff know you have arrived so they can give you further instructions.

  • You may be asked to come to the front door where you will be greeted by a staff member who will get you signed in and take your child’s and the parent’s temperatures. Your insurance information and ID may be collected at this time. 

  • We require all parents and their children (age 3 and older) to wear a face-covering.

  • All families will be asked to wait in their cars until called by a staff member who will screen your child with a coronavirus questionnaire. 

  • From that point, you will either be called directly into a room; be asked to wait inside the lobby, where you will be seated socially distanced from other patients; or the provider may call you and have further tests done outside in the parking lot while you wait in your car.

  • These changes have been implemented to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. 


 

Coronavirus Prevention

  • Help us keep you and the community safe by following the Centers for Disease Control recommendations to prevent the spread of illness.

  • Ayúdenos a proteger a nuestros pacientes y a la comunidad siguiendo las recomendaciones de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades para prevenir la propagación de enfermedades.

 

For more information, visit the CDC website by clicking here.