What can I expect at my visit at Modern Urgent Care?
An urgent care visit typically involves evaluation and treatment of medical conditions that require prompt attention but are not life-threatening. This may include illnesses such as colds, flu, infections, and minor injuries like cuts, sprains, or burns.
During an urgent care visit, a healthcare provider will assess your condition, ask questions about your symptoms, perform a physical exam if needed, and recommend appropriate treatment.
Treatment may involve medication, wound care, diagnostic tests, or referral to a specialist or emergency department if necessary.
Urgent care centers are designed to provide quick, convenient medical care outside of regular business hours or when your primary care physician is not available. The wait times at an urgent care center are generally shorter than in an emergency department, and the cost is often less expensive.
Tier 1 – Office Visit Only (No/Minimal Testing) – starting at $129
At a Tier 1 urgent care visit, you can expect to be evaluated by an emergency trained medical provider and receive treatment for your non-life-threatening condition. Should your provider determine any additional procedures or testing are necessary, the Modern Urgent Care team will discuss this with you prior to carrying out any additional services.
- Medication Refill
- Urinary Symptoms
- UTI Symptoms
- …and more
*Additional Services/Procedures cost between $30-129:
- Foreign Body Removal
- Tetanus Update (medically necessary)
Tier 2 – Office Visit + 1 Testing Modality (for additional modalities +$30) – starting at $159
At a Tier 2 urgent care visit, you can expect to be evaluated by an emergency trained medical provider and receive treatment for your non-life-threatening condition, which may include diagnostic testing, oral medications, or minor procedures. Should your provider determine any additional procedures or testing are necessary, the Modern Urgent Care team will discuss this with you prior to carrying out any additional services.
Testing Modalities include:
- H. Pylori
- Hgb (hemoglobin)
Common examples of a Tier 2
- Cough/Cold Symptoms
- Sore Throat
- RSV Risk/Exposure
- Shortness of Breath
- …and more
$99 (includes visit via telecommunications and, if necessary, electronic prescription to your pharmacy of choice.)
*Not including curb side tests
COVID-19/Flu AB combo test — only testing (no provider screening) – $99 (special price)
$99 (special price) / $179 with provider screening
The Sofia rapid antigen COVID-19/Flu combo swab is a diagnostic test used to detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, as well as influenza A and influenza B viruses. It is a type of rapid antigen test that uses immunoassay technology to detect viral proteins in a nasal or throat swab
sample. The test is designed to be fast and easy to use, with results available in as little as 15 minutes. It is intended for use in a point-of-care setting, such as a doctor’s office, clinic, or other healthcare setting -as a result, any patients being seen in clinic with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and/or Influenza will be
tested with this test. To perform the test, a Modern Urgent Care team member takes a swab sample from the patient’s nose and inserts it into the Sofia analyzer. The device contains a reagent that interacts with viral proteins in the sample to produce a visual result. A positive result indicates the presence of viral proteins for either COVID-19 or the flu, or both, while a negative result indicates that no viral
proteins were detected. The Sofia rapid antigen COVID-19/Flu combo swab has been granted
emergency use authorization (EUA) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States. It is not intended to be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or treatment decisions and should be used in combination with
other clinical and laboratory findings. For more information please refer to the following FDA Factsheet: https://
COVID-19 RT-PCR testing (suitable for most travel) –
$249 $179 (special price) $249 $179 (special price)
This test is suitable for most travel, however please check with your airline/
destination to make sure this specific test is accepted. The RT-PCR Accula COVID-19 test is a diagnostic test used to detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19. It is a type of nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) that uses reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) technology to detect the genetic material (RNA) of the
virus in a sample. The Accula COVID-19 test is a point-of-care test, which means that it can be conducted in a doctor’s office, clinic, or other healthcare setting, rather than being sent to a laboratory for analysis. The test is designed to be fast and easy
to use, with results available in as little as 30 minutes. To perform the test, a Modern Urgent Care team member takes a sample from the patient’s nose using a swab. The sample is then mixed with a reagent that extracts the viral RNA and prepares it for amplification. The mixture is placed into the Accula test device, which uses RT-PCR to amplify and detect the viral
RNA. The Accula COVID-19 test has been granted emergency use authorization (EUA) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States. It has been shown to be highly accurate in clinical studies, with sensitivity and
specificity comparable to laboratory-based RT-PCR tests. For more information please refer to the following FDA Factsheet: https://
STI testing (gonorrhea, chlamydial) — only testing (no provider screening) Starting at $159*
Starting at $159*
- Required to sign disclosure agreement of results to county
- $20 per tx (rocephin; azithromycin)
- $30 for trichomoniasis testing (females only)
* $199 hold, w/ $40 reimbursed w/ results if negative/doesn’t wish to speak to a provider about these results
• If positive or needs to speak to provider, then no reimbursement
Follow Up — Wanting to be seen within 3 days of previous visit
$99 PPD Administration
$99 PPD Reading/Interpretation