COVID-19 DRIVE-THRU RAPID TESTING

COVID-19 Treatment Center, A RedMed Company provides fast, convenient rapid testing via our drive-thru service. PLEASE NOTE: Our COVID-19 drive-thru rapid testing service is for asymptomatic patients only (return to work, travel, exposure, etc.) and does not include a walk-in nor in-clinic visit. To schedule your appointment for COVID-19 drive-thru rapid testing, follow these steps:

    1. Text (662) 262-8635 from your phone to start the registration process.
    2. Follow the link texted back to your phone to enter all necessary details.
    3. Visit our location at your appointment time to be tested & receive results the same day.

Drive-thru rapid testing hours are every Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 4:00PM.
This service requires cash or credit card payment of $100. No insurance will be filed.

COVID-19 Treatment Center
A RedMed Company
1801 Jackson Avenue West
Suite B104
Oxford, MS 38655

Fax: (662) 578-0090

COVID-19 Treatment Center in Oxford, MS

Covid InfusionOur facility also offers monoclonal antibody treatments for those who have tested positive for COVID-19.

 

HOW DO ANTIBODIES HELP TREAT COVID-19?

  • Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful viruses like COVID-19.
  • Monoclonal antibodies attack the virus and reduce its ability to spread through your body.
  • Early treatment with monoclonal antibodies may prevent the condition from progressing to more severe disease.

DO YOU QUALIFY FOR MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY?

To qualify, you should test positive for COVID-19, have had mild to moderate symptoms for 10 days or less, AND be included in at least one criteria listed below:
 
  • If you are age 65+
  • If you have chronic medical conditions such as:

High blood pressure
COPD
Asthma
Diabetes
Overweight
Pregnancy

Chronic Kidney Disease
Heart Disease
Sickle Cell Disease
Neurodevelopmental disorders 
Immunosuppressive disease or treatment
Other medical conditions

WHAT HAPPENS DURING
TREATMENT?

  • Receive a one-time outpatient IV infusion OR injections
  • Observed for one hour after treatment
  • Continue isolation at home for 10 days