COVID-19 resources

COVID-19 Information

Your health and safety are everything.

That’s why TopLine MD Alliance affiliated providers are doing everything they can to continue to provide safe, convenient access to care and help prevent the spread of COVID-19. From taking extra precautionary measures in the office to offering telemedicine, affiliated providers deliver safe service with a smile.

Patient Safety and Visits
Testing Information

COVID-19 Information

Your health and safety are everything.

That’s why TopLine MD Alliance affiliated providers are doing everything they can to continue to provide safe, convenient access to care and help prevent the spread of COVID-19. From taking extra precautionary measures in the office to offering telemedicine, affiliated providers deliver safe service with a smile.

Patient Safety and Visits
Testing Information

TopLine MD affiliated healthcare providers will see you now, in the office or virtually.

TopLine MD affiliated providers are committed to creating a safe environment for patients to connect with them. In many instances, TopLine MD affiliated practices are accepting new patients for traditional and telemedicine services.

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Telemedicine Visits

Take advantage of a virtual doctors’ visit from the comfort of your home. There are many types of care that can be done via telemedicine, including routine visits and assessments, review of lab results, medication management, post-operative care, chronic pain management, and more. All you need is a device with a front-facing camera and the ability to connect to the internet. Also, many insurers now cover telemedicine visits, and similar co-pays and/or deductibles apply.

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Traditional In-Office Visits

We encourage patients to maintain their appointments for routine visits or procedures. For those patients who have had to cancel appointments over the past few months or years, please contact the office to reschedule. You can take comfort in knowing that TopLine MD affiliated practices are adhering to regulations. Plus, as guidelines evolve, so will the protocols. Please reach out to your provider directly for more information on what you should know before your in-person visit.

TopLine MD affiliated healthcare providers will see you now, in the office or virtually.

TopLine MD affiliated providers are committed to creating a safe environment for patients to connect with them. In many instances, TopLine MD affiliated practices are accepting new patients for traditional and telemedicine services.

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Telemedicine Visits

Take advantage of a virtual doctors’ visit from the comfort of your home. There are many types of care that can be done via telemedicine, including routine visits and assessments, review of lab results, medication management, post-operative care, chronic pain management, and more. All you need is a device with a front-facing camera and the ability to connect to the internet. Also, many insurers now cover telemedicine visits, and similar co-pays and/or deductibles apply.

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Traditional In-Office Visits

We encourage patients to maintain their appointments for routine visits or procedures. For those patients who have had to cancel appointments over the past few months or years, please contact the office to reschedule. You can take comfort in knowing that TopLine MD affiliated practices are adhering to regulations. Plus, as guidelines evolve, so will the protocols. Please reach out to your provider directly for more information on what you should know before your in-person visit.

Here’s how TopLine MD affiliated providers are caring for you.

Here’s how TopLine MD affiliated providers are caring for you.

Adhering to the CDC’s and local COVID-19 guidelines

This includes, but is not limited to, increasing disinfecting protocols to ensure frequent sanitation of exam rooms, waiting rooms, and reception areas.

Adhering to the CDC’s and local COVID-19 guidelines

This includes, but is not limited to, increasing disinfecting protocols to ensure frequent sanitation of exam rooms, waiting rooms, and reception areas.

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Asking you to join
providers and staff in
wearing masks when necessary

Asking you to join
providers and staff in
wearing masks when necessary

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Screening patients before they visit the office

To support those experiencing symptoms of illness and protect those who are not, TopLine MD affiliated practices are screening patients before their appointments to best support you and the community. Some practices have also added patient intake forms to be completed online prior to their in-person appointments.

Screening patients before they visit the office

To support those experiencing symptoms of illness and protect those who are not, TopLine MD affiliated practices are screening patients before their appointments to best support you and the community. Some practices have also added patient intake forms to be completed online prior to their in-person appointments.

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Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

A diagnostic PCR test indicates if you are currently infected. These tests are considered most accurate when performed properly, and results are available within 2 to 3 days as tests are typically sent to an outside lab.

A diagnostic rapid antigen test detects if you are currently infected and produces same-day results. Positive results are considered very accurate, but there is a chance of receiving false negative results.

An antibody test will show if you have had coronavirus in the past and have produced antibodies. Having antibodies may protect from getting COVID-19 again, but it is unknown how long the antibodies will last and protect you.

CDC COVID-19 Testing Information
Criteria for COVID-19 Testing

Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19, monitor your symptoms, and use the CDC’s self-checker, to help you decide when to get tested or if you need to seek medical care from your TopLine MD affiliated physician.

For information on local government testing, visit the Florida Department of Health to find a testing site near you. Keep in mind that each testing site may offer different types of tests. What are the differences between the different COVID-19 tests offered?

A diagnostic PCR test indicates if you are currently infected. These tests are considered most accurate when performed properly, and results are available within 2 to 3 days as tests are typically sent to an outside lab.

A diagnostic rapid antigen test detects if you are currently infected and produces same-day results. Positive results are considered very accurate, but there is a chance of receiving false negative results.

An antibody test will show if you have had coronavirus in the past and have produced antibodies. Having antibodies may protect from getting COVID-19 again, but it is unknown how long the antibodies will last and protect you.

CDC COVID-19 Testing Information
Criteria for COVID-19 Testing