All Indigo Urgent Care locations across Washington offer the following tests:
- COVID-19 rapid (RT-PCR) tests for individuals who have symptoms. Rapid tests are available while supplies last. Test results are available same-day, generally within a few hours.
- Medicare patients are now covered for rapid testing.
- Medicaid (Apple Health plan) patients are not covered for rapid testing. Results will be processed at the lab with a 1-2 day turnaround time.
- Standard nasal swab for individuals who have COVID-19 symptoms or known exposure within the past 3-5 days. Lab test results take 1-2 days.
- Antibody test (blood draw) to determine evidence of past COVID infection.
These are in-person visits with a medical provider or nurse. Please schedule an appointment.
If you need a COVID test for travel, please see FAQ below for details, and start your visit with an Indigo Online Care provider.
Last Updated: July 28, 2021, based on CDC guidelines.
If you don't have any symptoms of COVID-19, but you've either been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or had possible exposure (e.g. in a large crowd with little or no mask wearing, less than 6 feet of physical distancing, no mask, exposure was more than 15 minutes), you will see a medical provider.
To receive a test, your exposure must have occurred 3-5 days earlier.
Fully vaccinated people who have a known exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 can be tested 3-5 days after exposure, and are asked to wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days or until they receive a negative test result.
Please schedule an appointment to get tested. We will bill your insurance for the visit and lab. If you do not have insurance, the cost will be $250 for the provider visit, plus you will be billed by the lab for the test.
Anyone with any symptom of COVID-19 will be tested (cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills/repeated shaking with chills, new muscle pain, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, new loss of taste or smell, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea).
You will see a medical provider. Please schedule an appointment. We will bill your insurance for the visit and lab. If you do not have insurance, the cost will be $250 for the provider visit, plus you will be billed by the lab for the test.
Anyone with no symptoms and no recent COVID exposure can get a test using the $99 video visit.
You will have a consult with an Indigo medical provider via video and be referred to an Indigo Urgent Care clinic for a test, which will be administered by a nurse.
The fee is $99 and may not be covered by insurance. There will be an additional fee from the lab.
Yes, we offer nasal swab testing for all ages, including babies and young children. Antibody testing is available for ages 16 and up.
The fastest, easiest way to get your lab test results is via your MyChart account. If you do not have a MyChart account, you can sign up here. Enter the activation code you received on your patient visit summary sheet. If you do not have an activation code, you can sign up online.
For patients who do not have a MyChart account, we will call as soon as we get your lab results. We know it's difficult to wait, but we ask you to hold off calling our clinic until a full 3 days after you were tested.
Rapid (RT-PCR) test results are available same-day, generally within a few hours.
For standard nasal swab tests, you can expect to receive results in 1-2 days. Lab turnaround times can vary.
Antibody test results generally take 2-3 days.
Yes, COVID-19 rapid (RT-PCR) tests are currently offered at all Indigo locations.
These tests are available for individuals who have symptoms. Rapid test results are available same-day, generally within a few hours.
Please consult with your surgeon/provider about how to get a test. At this time, we do not offer pre-surgical COVID testing.
COVID testing is not free. If you have insurance, we will bill it.
If you don’t have insurance, you will be billed $250 for a provider visit plus the cost of the lab test. Many communities offer FREE testing options. Please check with your county health department for a list.
If you do not have symptoms but are doing an online video visit for a pre-travel test, the cost is $99 and may not be covered by insurance.
You may see information on Google such as "anyone can be tested" and "free COVID testing." This isn’t true, and we suggest you always verify COVID testing information and criteria with any doctor or organization before you go there to be tested.
We think so. But the test has limitations.
Because the FDA eased its rules and allowed antibody tests to be sold without review or approval, there are concerns about the test's reliability. MultiCare is using a lab test we believe to be the most accurate at this time.
Additionally, the test is "qualitative," and only gives you a positive or negative result. There are cases where you could test negative, for example, even though you've had the virus.
If you test positive (reactive) for COVID-19 antibodies, this usually means you've had COVID-19. It does not mean you are immune from the illness.
If you test negative, that usually means you never had or were not exposed to the virus. A negative result may indicate a very recent exposure, meaning not enough time has elapsed to generate an immune response, or the immune response has decreased below the detectable level.
- MultiCare is offering the test in response to consumer requests. The benefits of antibody testing remain uncertain and should not be used for diagnosis of COVID-19 at this time. Nasal swab testing is the most reliable test for determining an "active" case of COVID-19.
If you have insurance, the test will run about $60. We believe most insurance plans will cover this test, based on recent information from the federal government. You will need to see a provider and will also be charged for a provider visit.
If you do not have insurance, the self-pay rate is $250 for the exam and about $37 for the antibody test lab fee. Please call the clinic if you have questions about self-pay pricing.
- You can learn more about return-to-work guidance, including regular employer updates from MultiCare Centers for Occupational Medicine, here: https://go.multicare.org/backtowork
- Your safety is our top priority. Indigo Urgent Cares are taking several steps to protect your health and well-being when you visit us.
At this time, Indigo Urgent Care does not have COVID-19 vaccines available for the general public.
Demand for vaccines is much higher than current supplies. Please be patient as we work with state and federal employees to improve access and work around the clock to get vaccines to you, our valued patients!
Last updated: July 28,2021
Indigo Urgent Care can provide COVID-19 testing regardless of vaccination status. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or were recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, visit your neighborhood Indigo. Our team will make a testing recommendation based on your individual case and the most recent CDC guidelines.