Help slow the spread of Covid-19

Keep your friends & family safe

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Monday - Saturday: 8:00am – 7:30pm

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A Comprehensive Medical Practice

Prevention, Treatment, Wellness

Offices Opening Near You

Fight COVID-19

Keep your friends & family safe

GET VACCINATED TODAY
Monday - Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

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NO INSURANCE, NO PROBLEM

**FREE, but bring insurance card if you have insurance so we can bill the proper agency**

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INSURANCE

We accept ALL patients. With or without insurance. 

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FAQ

Should I get tested?


You should get tested if you:
- have had close contact (within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes or more) with someone with confirmed COVID-19. - have recently travelled, attended large social or mass gatherings, or were in crowded indoor settings. - have been asked or referred to get testing by your healthcare provider, local or state ​health department. The virus is deadly in some people’s body while mild in others. The fact is we just don’t know how it will react in everyone’s body. The best thing you can do to protect others is to get tested to ensure you are not endangering friends and family.




When should I get tested?


After exposure, the virus takes a little bit of time for it to gather up enough viral particles to be detected in your mucosa and saliva. This is known as the testing incubation period. Most of the literature shows that it is best to get tested 5 days after a potential exposure to ensure a specific positive or negative result.




How long till I display symptoms?


All the literature shows that it can take anywhere from 2-14 days to begin showing symptoms from COVID-19. This is known as the incubation period.




When am I potentially contagious if I have COVID-19?


Since the incubation period (time it takes to display symptoms) for symptoms is 2-14 days, the literature shows that you can potentially pass on the virus 2 days before you exhibit any symptoms some time during the incubation period. For example, if you show symptoms at 5pm Wednesday, you were contagious for the 2 days prior to Wednesday so anyone you encountered from 5pm on Monday needs to be informed of potential exposure and could also be infected. It is recommended that you and they get tested as soon as possible to prevent spread.




Which test should I get?


There are four effective tests commonly used to detect COVID-19 - the rapid antigen, rapid antibody, the PCR and the antibody blood test. All four have high levels of specificity for detection of the virus with the false positive rate being much lower for the PCR and Antibody tests. The other difference between the tests are the time it takes for results. The Rapid Antibody is the fastest result with results within 10 mins . The Rapid Antigen is the second fastest with results within 15 mins. The PCR and Antibody blood test takes time because they have to run the reaction tests in the lab. As a result, they can take anywhere between 24-48 hours to get the result back.




What are the symptoms of Covid-19?


  • New loss of taste or smell (very common symptom -try smelling vinegar!)
  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue - can be mild or extreme
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/testing.html# Look for emergency warning signs for COVID-19. If someone is showing any of these signs, seek emergency medical care immediately:
  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion
  • Inability to wake or stay awake
  • Bluish lips or face




What do I need to know about the Vaccines for COVID-19?


There are 3 vaccines currently FDA approved for emergency use against COVID-19. 1. Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine 2. Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine 3. Johnson and Johnson/Jannsen Covid-19 Vaccine After 2 doses of the Moderna/Pfizer Vaccine, the vaccine is reported to be 95% effective in preventing hospitalizations, severe disease and symptomatic COVID-19 infection. The Johnson and Johnson/Jannsen Covid-19 Vaccine is a one dose regimen with an effectiveness of 66% that protects against moderate to severe Covid illness. It was also shown to be 85% effective in preventing severe disease. In short, any of the 3 vaccines currently available will dramatically improve your chances of NOT having a severe symptomatic COVID infection - which is what we want right? To NOT have a severe infection, effectively reducing COVID-19 akin to a common cold. This is why it's important that we all get vaccinated. It provides the antibodies that protects us from a disease that can be quite deadly.





 
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VACCINATION SITE APPOINTMENT

20 min

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ABOUT US

Remedia Care is a comprehensive medical organization looking to solve big problems in healthcare by taking an integrative, educational and social approach to improving patients' health. First problem on the list, COVID-19. We are currently offering immunization services in partnership with the Department of Public Health at our prinicipal office in Arcadia and in underserved areas all around Los Angeles County. Our goal is to reach the underserved communities hardest hit by the pandemic, creating lasting partnerships in these communities and helping them get back to normal.

Dr. Joseph J. Cadden

Dr. Joseph J. Cadden is one of the preeminent infectious disease physicians in Los Angeles. He is the President and Founder of Remedia Care and has been an Infectious Diseases specialist for 21 years with both academic and private practice experience.

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Dr. Andrew de Niese

Dr. Andrew de Niese is an infectious disease specialty pharmacist with over 15 years of practice serving patients all accross Los Angeles in a variety of practice settings. He is the Chief Executive and Co-Founder of Remedia Care, has a Doctorate of Pharmacy from St. John's University in New York, and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Business. 

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LOCATIONS

CURRENTLY SERVING ALL OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY

PRIMARY PRACTICE LOCATION

Beginning May 18th

San Gabriel Valley

400 E. Live Oak Avenue

Arcadia, CA 91006

Tues- Sat 10am-7pm

Palmdale Metrolink Station

39000 Clock Tower Plaza Dr., Palmdale, CA 93550

Beginning May 7th - Open only to Airport Employees

LAX - Airport Police Station
9571 Alverstone Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90045

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