Test Types

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All Testing is by Appointment Only
 
COVID Rapid Antigen Test
We typically use the Rapid Antigen Test if you're sick with symptoms or you've been exposed to 3 someone who then tested positive. It's best to wait at least four or more days from the time you were exposed before your test. If this is the test you need, follow this link and continue reading. This test is performed out front in your car. It will be processed onsite, and your results are complete in 15 minutes. The cost is $149, collected at the time you schedule your appointment. You may submit to your insurance company to attempt reimbursement, as your invoice will contain all the billing codes and information you need.
• Utilizes a Nasopharyngeal swab
• Patient may submit paperwork to insurance company
• May be reimbursed
• Results within 15-30 minutes, onsite
• AKA Antigen Diagnostic Test
 
Pros: Nearly instant results, Perfect test for active infection & recent exposure
Cons: Not accepted by some foreign countries (check with your destination)
 
COVID Rapid Antibody Test
If you feel you may have had COVID in the past, you would be a great candidate for this testing type. If this is the test you need, follow this link and continue reading. This test is a finger-stick blood draw and looks for IgM and IgG antibodies. These are the antibodies developed after one recovers from COVID- 19. It's possible never to show symptoms of COVID and have antibodies present. The cost of the Antibody Test is $99. Payment is collected at the time you schedule your appointment. You may submit to your insurance company to attempt reimbursement, as your invoice will contain all the billing codes and information you need.
• Utilizes a finger stick blood draw
• Patient can submit paperwork to insurance company, and may be reimbursed.
• Processed onsite
• 15 minute turnaround time
• AKA Serology Test
 
Pros: Learn if you have antibodies, as you may be one of the many who had a minor infection, less expensive Cons: It is unknown whether presence of antibodies means immunity An Important note: COVID-19 tests are diagnostic tools. A negative test result does not rule out a person from contracting COVID-19 in the future.