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COVID Testing Specialist

Maniya Health

Primary Care Practice located in Hamilton, Robbinsville & Hopewell, NJ

If you have COVID or think you have COVID, you can turn to Maniya Health in Hamilton, Robbinsville & Hopewell, New Jersey. Our expert team offers COVID testing and treatments such as Paxlovid (Nirmatrelvir/rionavir) and Lagevrio (Molnupiravir) when indicated to reduce your risk of complications. Call Maniya Health for an appointment or schedule one online today. Telemedicine visits are available, as are same-day appointments.

COVID Testing Q&A

Are you seeing patients in the office?

Yes! We are happy to see you in the office or via telemedicine. However, you must wear a mask in the office if you:  

  1. Have COVID or tested positive for COVID in the last 14 days,
  2. Have upper respiratory symptoms such as cough, fever, congestion or sore throat.

If you have an office visit scheduled but would prefer to convert your visit to telehealth for any reason, don't worry. You do not need to give us any advanced notice, just call us at your appointment time and ask for the link to log into the telemedicine platform at the time of your visit instead of coming into the office.

What precautions are you taking in the office?

We take COVID precautions very seriously. All of our staff members are fully vaccinated, we have adequate ventilation in the office, and we try to socially distance as best as possible and deep clean the exam rooms multiple times a day. 

We require masks to be worn in the office by patients and staff who have upper respiratory symptoms or those who have had COVID in the last 10 days. However, you are always welcome to wear a mask if it makes you feel more comfortable and to ask our staff to wear a mask for your safety. 

Are you doing telemedicine visits?

Yes! Almost all of our visits can be done in the office or via telemedicine, whichever you prefer!

What if I'm scared of coming to the office or I was just diagnosed with COVID?

Don't worry, we're here for you. You can change your in-office appointment to a telemedicine appointment at any time, for any reason. You do not need to give us any advanced notice, just call us at your appointment time and ask for the link to log into the telemedicine platform at the time of your visit instead of coming into the office.

We're now offering Drive-up COVID PCR testing!

To make your life hassle-free, we're offering drive-up COVID and Flu PCR testing in Hamilton Monday to Friday 8:00am - 8:00pm for our patients and Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm for our patients. We also offer drive-up COVID and Flu PCR testing in Robbinsville on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 8:00am - 6:00pm. No appointment needed and results are available within 24-48 hours. 

Just find the reserved "COVID Testing" parking spots by the traffic light in the back of the parking lot and call us at 609-581-9100. We'll send somebody outside to give you a swab to swab yourself. 

Are you offering the COVID vaccines or boosters?

We do not currently offer the vaccine in our office, because they require special freezers and equipment that we don't currently have. However, we encourage you to stay up to date with COVID vaccination and boosters by visiting your local pharmacy. 

Where can I learn more abotu COVID shots?

Ask your doctor or visit the CDC's website with more information, which can be accessed here .

I was just diagnosed with COVID, am I a candidate for Paxlovid (Nirmatrelvir/rionavir) and Lagevrio (Molnupiravir)?

Potentially. We are prescribing these medications, so if you would like to be evaluated for them please book a same day appointment with us by calling (609) 581-9100 or booking an appointment online for us to discuss:

1. Your personal risk factors and whether the beenfits of these medications outweigh the potential risks,

2. The timeline of your illness to determine if you are within the time period for these medications, and

3. The other medications you take to assess for medication interactions and your kidney and liver function to determine if these medications are safe for you to take.