From the onset of symptoms to post-illness recovery, the Health Wagon is here for you every step of the way in your COVID-19 experience.
COVID-19 symptoms may include:
- Shortness of breath
- Muscle aches
- Loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Nasal congestion or runny nose
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- Skin rashes
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, call us at (276) 328-8850 to schedule a COVID-19 test.
We offer FREE on-site testing at our COVID Treatment & Infusion Center in Coeburn, Va., and in our mobile clinics (see schedule below). These include both rapid antigen testing and rapid PCR testing with results in just 30 minutes. We also offer at-home tests.
Mobile Clinic Schedule
- Coeburn, Train Depot, 501 Front St. E., first Monday
- Big Stone Gap, Food City, 603 Wood Ave. W., second Monday
- Duffield, Food Country, 42158 US-58, second Tuesday
- Pound, IGA, 11133 Indian Creek Road, second Thursday and fourth Thursday
- Lebanon, Farmers Market, 137 Highlands Drive, third Monday
- St. Paul, Food City, 16410 Wise St., third Thursday
Times are subject to change due to weather and holidays. Appointments are encouraged as schedule changes and cancellations are possible.
- Walk testing
- Chest x-rays
- Pulmonary function testing
- BNP testing to diagnose heart failure
- D-Dimer testing for blood clotting disorders
- Troponin testing to diagnose heart attack
- CRP testing to check for inflammation
- BMP (basic metabolic panel) testing
- TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) testing
- CBC (complete blood count) testing
Need a vaccine? Our COVID Treatment & Infusion Center and mobile units provide COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots. We also educate our patients on how to optimize their nutrition and immune response and provide free masks and protective equipment.
You Provided Lifesaving Treatment to One of Southwest Virginia’s Best!
In May of 2021, Norton Police Chief James Lane was shot several times while responding to a shoplifting call. After several weeks in the hospital and rehab, Chief Lane returned home, but in a wheelchair.
His injuries make him more susceptible to complications from COVID-19.
One recent Friday morning, Chief Lane woke up not feeling well. As the day progressed, he got worse. He knew it was time to go get tested.
He made his way to the Health Wagon Clinic in Wise at about 4 p.m. where the staff worked him in.
“They stayed late so I could get my results. They were so kind,” Chief Lane said.
Shortly before 6 p.m., he got the news that he was positive for COVID-19. They encouraged him to come back the next day to get a monoclonal antibody infusion.
“With me being in a wheelchair, and the winter weather, and having to depend on people to help me, it’s just hard to leave the house. I really didn’t think I’d be able to get the treatment,” the Chief told us.
But that just wasn’t going to work for Dr. Teresa Owens Tyson, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, FAANP, the Health Wagon’s CEO.
She sent nurses Ethan and Tammy on a house call to take the infusion to Chief Lane.
“Tammy and Ethan explained everything to me and made me feel very comfortable and safe to receive the treatment. They were so professional,” Chief Lane said.
“It was such an act of kindness and made all the difference in the world.”
Monoclonal antibodies are one of the most effective treatments for COVID-19. Thank you for providing the support needed to offer this treatment to Chief Lane. It’s very possible you saved his life!
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COVID Treatment & Infusion Center
116 Centre Ave. NE
Coeburn, VA 24230