Rapid And PCR Covid-19
Testing – All Locations

We offer Rapid and PCR COVID-19 testing to our pediatric patients from Newborn to 21 years of age
and parents that bring their child in for Covid-19 testing.

We offer two types of tests at all locations:

Antigen Rapid Test: Results are available the same day.

PCR Test: Results are available within 3-5 days.

In-House Rapid
Covid-19 Test

It’s an antigen test that is done from a nasal swab, results are available same day.

Covid-19
Molecular Test

also known as RT-PCR test, is a nasal swab that is sent to a lab and results are available within 3-5 days.

In order to be tested for Covid-19 at one of our Urgent Care clinics,
we encourage parents and pediatric patients to register online.

Upon arrival at the facility, please check in with the front desk (bring your insurance card and photo ID).

Need a Quick PCR Test for Traveling Abroad?

PCR/NAAT Covid-19 Testing
With Same-Day Results

Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care is now offering Same-Day PCR/NAAT Covid-19 testing to adults and pediatric patients.

  • Approved for International Travel
  • Results the Same-Day
  • New Patients and Walk-ins Welcome
  • No Age Restrictions (Adults Welcome)

PCR/NAAT Covid-19 testing with Same-Day results is only available at 3 locations. Walk-ins Welcome.

The cost of a Rapid PCR/NAAT Test is $180.00

Turkey Lake

  • 8956 Turkey Lake Rd Suite 950,
    Orlando, FL 32819
  • (407) 506-0002
  • Mon – Fri: 4pm – 12am
    Sat – Sun: 12pm – 12am
  • Walk-ins Welcome

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Port St Lucie

  • 131 SW Port St Lucie Blvd,
    Port St Lucie, FL 34984
  • (772) 807-1580
  • Mon – Fri: 3pm – 11pm
    Sat – Sun: 11am – 11pm
  • Walk-ins Welcome

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West Melbourne

  • 145 Palm Bay Rd,
    Melbourne, Florida 32904
  • (321) 608-3595
  • Mon – Fri: 3pm – 11pm
    Sat – Sun: 11am – 11pm
  • Walk-ins Welcome

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Get your COVID-19
test results as soon as
they are ready!

Securely view your COVID-19 test results in the
official FLDOH app – Healthy Together.

Download Healthy Together App.

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Should my child get tested for Covid-19?

If your child has been exposed or showing signs and/or symptoms you will need to be seen at the facility for further evaluation. Walk-ins are welcome. Please Register Online.

Signs and Symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Fever
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Cough

In order to be tested for Covid-19 at one of our Urgent Care clinics, we encourage parents to register their children online. Walk-ins Welcome.

Upon arrival at the facility, please check in with the front desk (bring your insurance card and photo ID), then just wait in your car or our lobby for further instructions. Our staff will call you back when they are ready for you.

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Cost of COVID-19 Testing

With Insurance

Covid testing is subject to plan benefits and eligibility and may be applied to patients deductible. Contact your carrier to verify they are covering covid testing for Travel, Screening and Suspected..

No Insurance

Without insurance, all Covid-19 testing is $160.00. Should you require a full visit it will be converted into our Self-pay ranging from $160 – $400.

Parents Can Get
Tested Too

Parents who would like a rapid Covid-19 or molecular test (PCR) can be tested as well, when bringing their child in for a Covid-19 screening. Restrictions apply*

Both parents can get tested for Rapid Covid-19 with same day results. No referral needed! To expedite the registration process, all parents who would like to be tested should register online as a new patient before their office visit. Parents will need to bring a photo ID and insurance card.

Eligible Criteria for Parent Testing:

  • Only for parents that bring their child in for testing or parents within 24 hours of child getting tested
  • Only 1 underlying condition (Diabetes or HTN, not both)
  • Must be <65 years of age
  • Must not be immunocompromised
  • Must not be on any anticoagulant
  • Must not be pregnant
  • No Covid related symptoms

FAQ for Pediatric Patients

This information is still evolving, but currently:

The In-house Rapid Covid-19 test correlates with the molecular test 96% of the time in finding patients that have the disease.

The Covid-19 Molecular test (RT-PCR) is by far the most commonly used and reliable test for Covid-19.

Both the molecular and In-House Covid-19 tests consist of a nasal swab. Test quantities are limited. We perform 30-40 tests per day, on a first-come-first-served basis. Due to the high demand for Covid-19 testing, you may experience an average of 2-3 hours of wait-time.

YES, all locations can perform rapid covid-19 test in the office from newborn to 21 years of age,  while supplies last, with same day results.

Yes, no referrals are required.

No appointment needed. We are walk-ins only. Orlando offices are open on weekdays from 4 pm to 10 pm, and on weekends from 12 pm to 10 pm. Melbourne, Jacksonville, and Port St Lucie offices are open on weekdays from 3 pm to 10 pm, and on weekends from 11 am to 10 pm.

In-House Rapid Covid-19 test: The rapid test results are typically available within one to 2 hours, same day.

Covid-19 Molecular test: The molecular diagnostic test results are typically available in 7-10 days.

We are currently offering Covid-19 testing to our patients from Newborn to 21 years of age.

If your child has been at risk for exposure, whether he/she has had symptoms or not, a provider will evaluate them and will recommend testing for your child specific situation.

All insurances cover Covid-19 testing for suspected patients, patients under observation or patients that are exposure. For screening using private insurance, some are subjected to copay, coinsurance or deductible.

Without insurance, the Covid-19 test is $160.00. You will be required to give a photo ID and sign an affidavit stating you do not have insurance. Once submitted to the government CARES act and confirmed your child is 100% uninsured, Night Lite Pediatrics will reimburse the $160.00.

  • Every child and parent over the age of two must wear a face mask when entering our facilities. We are happy to provide one if needed.
  • If you are over 2 years old and have an upper respiratory issue or difficulty breathing please let us know ASAP.
  • We allow only one parent to accompany the child.
  • We encourage every patient to register online before their office visit.
  • We limit the time patients spend in our facilities by encouraging them to wait in their vehicle. Our team will call or come and get the patient when it is time for them to be seen.
  • Our medical personnel wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when we swab for Covid-19 or when evaluating a patient suspected of Covid-19. Our exam rooms and equipment are carefully sanitized after each visit.

If you think that your child may have been exposed to Covid-19, or if you are concerned for any other reason, our pediatric doctors will recommend the right course of action for your child’s situation.

FAQ for Parents

YES, once we register your child, he/she is then considered established and you can get tested for covid-19 too.

YES, if your child has been tested within 24 hours, you can get covid-19 tested.

  • Only for parents that bring their child in for testing or parents within 24 hours of child getting tested
  • Only 1 underlying condition (Diabetes or HTN, not both)
  • Must be <65 years of age
  • Must not be immunocompromised
  • Must not be on any anticoagulant
  • Must not be pregnant
  • No Covid related symptoms

Yes, both parents can get tested for Covid-19.

We accept most insurances including Medicaid (not Medicare).

If you or your child are uninsured, we will submit expenses to the government CARES ACT program along with a signed affidavit and copy your driver’s license or passport (U.S. valid address) to have the claim processed, If the state denies the claim you will be responsible for the full balance.

No, the adult testing is only for parents bringing their child in for a Covid-19 screening.

Yes, we would need the child’s guardianship paperwork in order to test the foster parent.

and will recommend testing for your child specific situation.

Yes, we would need the child’s guardianship paperwork in order to test the adult that has custody.

Yes, as long as they are the parent of the child or the child was seen within the last 24 hours)

Only an adult who is a legal guardian of the child.

No, only the parent of the child or patients from 0-21 years of age.

Yes, we can test a asymptomatic patients. Our provider will discuss that with you.

Insurance card and government issued photo ID.

No, Parents are only offered Covid-19 testing and Covid-19 counseling.

Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care Safety
Precautions for Parents and Pediatric Patients

  • Pediatric patients and adults are first encouraged to start their visit by registering on-line. We triage parents and patients for cough and fever. If positive, they must stay in the car to complete their registration and for further instructions.
  • We encourage every patient to register online before their office visit
  • ALL parents and patients are to sanitize their hands before signing in, regardless of the reason for the visit. Everyone who walks in must wear a surgical face mask.
  • We limit the time patients spend in our facilities by encouraging them to wait in their vehicle. Our team will call the patient when it is time for them to be seen.
  • We allow only one parent or guardian to go to the exam room with the patient(s)
  • Our medical personnel wear Personal Protective Equipment(PPE) when we swab for Covid-19 or when evaluating a patient suspected of Covid-19. Our exam rooms and equipment are carefully sanitized after each visit.
  • As an alternative, a healthcare provider dons PPE and goes to the car to collect vital signs of pulse ox, heart rate, and temperature. They listen to the lungs, check for lymphadenopathy, etc. and collect the flu test. If the patient needs to come inside for additional evaluation, we have them place a mask and go to a designated (COVID-19) sick room.
  • Patients when discharged, will be given age-appropriate isolation instructions and encouraged to go to the hospital if their condition worsens and not return to NLP.

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