Coronavirus (COVID-19)

WellFast Urgent Care continues to follow COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC and local government. Our priority is to help contain the spread of the virus and to minimize the risk of exposure in patients and staff while providing exceptional healthcare to our community. Patients are triaged to be seen via video visit or in-person based on their symptoms and at the discretion of the physician. If seen in clinic, only the patient is allowed entrance (unless patient is a minor accompanied by an adult or requires assistance). Our doors are open and we welcome walk-in patients. Following are informational links which you may find helpful.

For the latest City of Lawton updates:

For a brief history and timeline of COVID-19:


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How do I get in line?

From our website ( on your computer, tablet, or smart phone just click on the FastPass button at the top of the home page. Select Video Visit, enter your information, and choose what time you want to be seen. Please make sure to give us your cell number so we can text you with further instructions to complete your clinic registration electronically and join your video visit.

PLEASE note: the eRegistration link with a PIN number is only good for 20 minutes.

How do I connect with the physician? (Video visit)

You will receive a text message that says “We are ready to begin your telemedicine appointment. Please click here [link provided in message] and a provider will be with you shortly.” You will then enter your name into a box, then tap – “Join the session”. Follow the prompts for verification and permissions for the microphone and camera, and wait for the physician to appear in your video.

How do I get tested?

During the video consultation, the physician will determine if COVID testing is appropriate and if so, which test should be ordered. If being tested, you will be directed to drive around to the back of the clinic to the door with our signage, including the phone number. Call us when you arrive, and a nurse will come out and take care of you from there.

COVID-19 Testing

“SARS-CoV-2” is the virus that causes the disease “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). Currently there are three types of tests available: Molecular (PCR), Antigen, & Antibody. WellFast offers all three tests. First two are send out to a reference lab for processing and have an average turnaround time of one to two days depending on current lab conditions. (sometimes it can be faster or slower – please call for current testing timeline). Results for a Rapid Antigen test can be available in 15 minutes. For a comprehensive overview of COVID-19 testing, please click here.

COVID-19 services for employers

  • COVID – 19 testing
  • Return to work clearance for employees exposed or recovering from COVID-19
  • Clinical care for employees who are sick and need evaluation
  • Respiratory Clearance and fit testing for N-95 respirators

Click here for Employers Health Services.

Please call us to discuss any details of medical services that your business might require. 580-357-4200.

headhsot of Manuel Delarosa, MD

A word from our Medical Director,

This is an unprecedented situation affecting the whole world. It is imperative that people remain calm and follow instructions provided by the experts. Dr. Delarosa, WellFast’s Medical Director, urges patients with mild symptoms to stay home, treat fever, remain hydrated and be vigilant about developing complications.

The CDC states: “If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 go to the nearest Emergency Department immediately.”

Emergency warning signs include:

  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face

Most patients with COVID-19 will have a mild to moderate illness and should be able to recover fully at home without complications. Staying home avoids the further spreading of this highly contagious virus. COVID-19 will affect everybody. Let’s all do our part to help contain the spread of this disease and hope that it will be over soon.