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Monkeypox Evaluation

Monkeypox cases are climbing in Chicago. Innovative Care offers Monkeypox exposure and testing appointments at our urgent care clinic.

 

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Please read carefully to determine which appointment type is right for you.

Monkeypox Symptoms -In-Office Visit

MONKEYPOX TESTING (In-Office Visit)

2400 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

Patients who are experiencing monkeypox symptoms and have a rash or lesions present should schedule a monkeypox testing appointment. Monkeypox testing can only be performed when a rash is present.

During your visit, our medical provider will evaluate your symptoms and test you for monkeypox infection. Please note, Innovative Care does not offer monkeypox treatment or vaccination, but we can advocate for this with the Chicago Department of Public Health on your behalf.

Book a Monkeypox TESTING appointment.

Monkeypox Exposure - Virtual Visit

MONKEYPOX EXPOSURE (Virtual Visit)

TELEMEDICINE

If you have been exposed to monkeypox, but you do not have a rash or lesions, please make an appointment for monkeypox exposure. Monkeypox exposure visits are virtual via telemedicine.

During your visit, our medical provider will discuss your exposure risk and explain next steps if you wish to receive a monkeypox vaccine from the Chicago Department of Public Health. Please note, Innovative Care does not offer monkeypox vaccinations, but we can advocate for a vaccine appointment on your behalf.

Book a Monkeypox EXPOSURE appointment.

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INSURANCE ACCEPTED

Innovative Care accepts insurance for evaluation and testing of Monkeypox. We accept most major insurance plans.

 

Self-pay pricing is as follows:

– Monkeypox evaluation and testing ($250)

– Monkeypox evaluation and testing + STD testing ($350)

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MONKEYPOX SYMPTOMS

Per the CDC, Monkeypox illness begins with the following:

– Fever

– Headache

– Muscle Aches

– Backache

– Swollen Lymph Nodes

– Chills

– Exhaustion

Approximately 1 to 3 days after the onset of fever, the patient develops a rash. This rash commonly begins on the face and then spreads to other parts of the body. Lesions then progress through various stages before they fall off. Monkeypox illness typically lasts for 2−4 weeks.

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