Get tested for Covid-19 with a Rapid, Antigen or PCR test at the comfort of your location.
Results as quick as 1 hour.
Covid-19 tests can help detect SARS-CoV-2, its biomarkers, or antibodies that your body makes after getting Covid-19 or after getting vaccinated.
Getting tested is very important because it’s one of the ways that can help reduce the spread of Covid-19. In our lab we have the following tests for Covid-19 detection available.
Covid-19 PCR Test
One of our healthcare professionals will take a sample with a swab from inside the back of your throat and nose. For this analysis we take a sample of ribonucleic acid (RNA) and amplify it in our lab. By doing this we can make the Covid-19 virus visible in the sample even the smallest traces. The PCR test does not alter your DNA in any way.
This is a test you should take if you are looking for accurate results. We can provide results within the hour.
Covid-19 Antigen Test
The antigen test detects coronavirus proteins in the mouth and throat. This test determines whether a patient is currently infected with Covid-19. This is a ‘first line of defense’ test against Covid-19, specially in individuals who have Covid symptoms. It typically takes up to 30 minutes for a result. The sample is taken with a swab of the patient’s nose and/or throat.
This is a test you should take if you are looking for faster results than a PCR.
Covid-19 Rapid Test
The Rapid Antigen test searches for protein pieces from the virus. For this test we will collect samples from both nostrils and then combined with a special liquid. If enough protein pieces from the virus are present in the liquid, the test strip will turn positive (15-20 minutes). This test is less accurate than the others, that is why we recommend you test at least twice over a 36-48 hour period to increase the odds of detecting an infection.
This is a test you should take if you want immediate results.
You should get tested if:
You are showing any Covid-19 symptoms like: cough, loss of taste or smell, fever, etc.
You are planning to travel outside the US to a country with a covid-19 test requirement.
You have been exposed to a Covid-19 positive person.
Getting tested is an important part of slowing and eventually stopping the spread of Covid-19. For more accurate results, PCR tests are the preferred way to go but the Antigen and Rapid tests work for fast results.
No test is 100% accurate. Positive tests tend to be accurate, yet negative tests need to be interpreted with caution. This is especially true in high-risk settings where there are people vulnerable to severe disease from Covid-19 (due to age or chronic medical conditions, etc.) or when the test is used on asymptomatic people.
What Covid-19 test are you looking to schedule?
What can I expect from treatment?The Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment is administered at our infusion center and is given through IV Infusion. The whole process takes about 1-3 hours.
Can monoclonal antibody treatment make me sick?Antibody treatments do not contain any live virus, so there is no risk you will get COVID-19 from mAb treatment. However, the antibody treatment may have side effects like: Allergic reactions, brief pain, bleeding, bruising of the skin, soreness, swelling.
Who is this treatment for?This treatment is helpful to people with a high risk of severe disease progression from Covid-19.
What if I do not qualify for monoclonal antibody treatment?We may decide you do not qualify for the Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment for several reasons. If you have any questions or want to find alternative solutions we recommend contacting our facility or request an appointment.