COVID-19 Testing at FPCN

FPCN is offering COVID-19 testing at three of our sites listed below. If you are experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms (such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, headache, loss of taste or smell) or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive or is presumed to be positive and are concerned about exposure risk, please call us. Our Nurse Practitioners will provide a virtual evaluation, and schedule you for testing as directed.

FPCN Test Locations 

Health Annex
6120-B Woodland Ave, 2nd Floor Philadelphia PA 19142
Phone: (215) 727-4721

11th Street Family Health Services
850 N. 11th St, Philadelphia PA 19123
Phone: (215) 769-1100

Abbottsford Falls Family Practice & Counseling
4700 Wissahickon Ave, Suite 119 Philadelphia PA 19144
Phone: (215) 843-9720

About COVID-19 Testing Costs

Insurers Pay Full Cost of COVID-19 Testing

Federal law now requires all health insurers (except short-term plans) to cover all costs associated with COVID-19 testing – without imposing any copays or deductibles, and regardless of whether the provider is in-network. This requirement covers the test and the visit that resulted in the order for the test. As insurers are required to reimburse out-of-network providers for these services, the CARES Act requires providers that order or provide testing to post the cash price of these services on their public website. This requirement is addressed in FAQ #7 of recently-published Administration guidance on these provisions.

Note: LabCorp is working to keep the price of testing at $51.31. There is not established pricing yet for the antibody testing.

        Look at what FPCN is doing for the community. (Courtesy 6ABC News.)


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