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The only full-service urgent care with access to medical specialists in the areas of orthopedics, ophthalmology, and ​otolaryngology, among other specialties.

Dr. Hardeman on the Annie Frey Show - 91.7 Talk Radio

Dr. Hardeman, of Urgent Specialists, joins Annie Frey and answers questions from listeners about COVID-19.

Dr. Hardeman said it’s hard to have new drugs come on board and try to test them quickly. But there has been success in some of the drugs being used to combat COVID-19.

“Providing hope is very important right now,” he said. “The information does seem to be hopeful.”

Leaning on some of the data from other countries who are going through these trials will help us keep our spirits high and keep moving forward, Dr. Hardeman said.

Testing seems to be exponentially increasing. He said the testing will shift to antibody testing next week.

“They are quick and they seem to turn results around,” he said.

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The Annie Frey Show audio is available, click here.

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About Urgent Specialists

Urgent Specialists is the creation of Dr. Robert Dean, an Otolaryngologist who trained at St. Louis University with fellow Otolaryngologist, Dr. Scott Hardeman. Together they set out to open a specialty-run, higher-level of service, acute-care center in St. Louis to transform how healthcare is delivered to address rising healthcare costs and diagnostic error.

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