COVID-19 testing

We are happy to announce that COVID-19 testings are currently available to our patients and the public.

There are two types of testing available for COVID-19 virus infection.

The types are:

1. A NASOPHARYNGEAL SWAB TEST, which also is called a Polymerase Chain Reaction or PCR test.

This test determines if an individual is CURRENTLY INFECTED with the corona virus.

Patients who have or had symptoms (eg. sore throat, cough, fever, chest pain, shortness of breath, etc.) at any time during past 2 weeks should have this test done.

To do this test in our facility, you can call us or go online to make a Telemedicine Appointment.

Once that is completed, you will be asked to come in to any of our locations to have a Curbside Nasal swab done. This will be done while you are in your car and the results may take up to seven days to come back.


All costs INCLUDING any copays are covered 100% by all insurances.

Therefore, there is no cost to you. 

2. IgG ANTIBODY TEST for immunity.

This test is to determine if an individual had been exposed to the COVID-19 any time in the past and if their body has made antibodies against the virus. This test may show immunity to the COVID-19.

This test is for patients with NO SYMPTOMS FOR THE PAST 2 WEEKS.

This test requires a blood draw, which will be done in our clinic.

All costs INCLUDING any copays are covered 100% by all insurances.

Therefore, there is no cost to you. 

All tests are all done by well accredited, and trusted national laboratories, with excellent reliability and accuracy.


For Employers: 

We offer two types of tests at our facility:

  1. Employee screening test (screening for COVID-19 virus)
  2. Employee immunity status (screening for antibodies)

We are able to do a screening on site for companies with 50+ employees at no additional cost to you.

We do issue return to work clearances for employees, who were suspected to have tested positive for COVID-19 virus.

Our staff are well trained in following strict CDC guidelines with full PPE and other safety procedures.

Please call or go online to make an appointment.

Please be advised, that the COVID-19 antibody (IgG) test, provides insight to an individual’s prior exposure to the virus and the potential for protective immunity. However some recent evidence suggests that some patients with positive IgG had re-infection with COVID-19 virus. Therefore, we suggest all patients follow strict CDC guidelines, even if they have a positive IgG to COVID-19.

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