COVID-19 Testing and Antibody Screening Still Available!

Times and appointments may vary.

Call a location near you for an appointment.

Those with a scheduled visit at one of our clinics can also be tested for COVID-19. An insurance card and photo ID are required. Follow-up calls will be made to every person tested.  We recommend this testing for individuals who had symptoms at least 14 days prior to testing but have no symptoms at the time of the antibody test.

If you have symptoms (fever, fatigue, cough, sneezing, aches, pain, chills, runny/stuffy nose, sore throat, diarrhea, headaches, shortness of breath, loss of smell or taste) please self-isolate and contact a provider immediately. 

A COVID-19 test is a nasopharyngeal culture and is sent to a private lab for processing. Results take approximately 1-3 days. Patients are asked to quarantine until results are provided.

Antibody testing is a screening tool to determine if you have been exposed to the virus within a certain timeframe. Antibody testing results take 1-3 days. The blood test is sent to a private lab for processing. This screening tool is not used to diagnose or establish immunity to COVID-19.

The federal government, through Operation Warp Speed, has been working since the pandemic started to make one or more COVID-19 vaccines available. Currently, two vaccines are authorized and recommended to prevent COVID-19 in the United States.

Please be aware of these symptoms and call a health care provider if you have:

● Cough and fever
● Shortness of breath
● Trouble breathing
● Chills – sometimes with repeated shaking
● Muscle ache and/or headache
● Sore throat
● Loss of taste and smell

Emergency warning signs include:
● Trouble breathing
● Persistent chest pain
● Confusion and inability to arouse (lethargic)
● Bluish lips or face

For community-based testing updates, times, and locations, visit https://facebook.com/hccnetwork.org.

Telehealth services are also available. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, private health insurance, and sliding fees for those who qualify.

Live Well Community Health Center – Buckner 
324 S. Hudson – 816.249.1521
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Live Well Community Health Center – Carrollton
300 E. 9th Street – 877.344.3572
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Live Well Community Health Center – Concordia
206 N. Bismark – 660.463.0234
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Live Well Community Health Center – Lexington
811 A. South Business Highway 13 – 660.251.6440
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Live Well Community Health Center – Waverly
608 Missouri Street – 660.493.2262
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Clinic Hours:

Monday – Friday Well Visits – 8 a.m. to 11 a.m
Monday – Friday Sick Visits – 1 p.m. to 4 p.m

Telemedicine and Teledentistry appointments are also available. Learn more.

24/7 nurse advise line is available for those who call after hours.

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