COVID-19 Testing

We currently have two types of viral tests (antigen and RT-PCR) that will detect an ACTIVE infection.

COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test

Antigen tests should be utilized to determine an ACTIVE infection with COVID-19. These tests are designed to detect pieces of protein from the virus that causes COVID-19 in respiratory specimens. Sample collection for our test requires a nasal swab, and results are typically provided by one of our pharmacists within 20 minutes. It is available for $99.

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COVID-19 Rapid PCR Test

PCR tests are a type of molecular test that detect viral RNA genes from the COVID-19 virus and can be used to determine an ACTIVE infection with COVID-19. While many PCR tests must be sent off to an outside lab for analysis, we can provide rapid results within 1 hour. The sample for the PCR test is collected via nasal swab. While this test is similar to the rapid antigen test, it is more specific and sensitive. This is why many airlines or international destinations may require a negative PCR test for entry. It is available for $175.

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COVID-19 + Flu A/B Test

This test is designed to simultaneously detect three types of antigen from viruses: two types that cause influenza (type A and type B) and the virus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) in nasal swabs. This test is useful if your symptoms are identical for flu and covid or are unclear. The test, which includes results for 3 viruses, is $120.

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Confused about what test you should receive? Please visit the CDC's website here.

Additional Information

Current CDC Quarantine Guidelines

Point Of Care Testing

Strep A:

A rapid test for the qualitative detection of Strep A antigen. The test is conducted by throat swab and identifies antibodies specific Group A Streptococcus. Aids in the early diagnosis of Group A Streptococcal infection. Accurate results in 5 minutes.

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Flu A/B:

Rapidly detects the presence or absence of the influenza A and B antigens. Testing is conducted by nasal or nasopharyngeal swab. Test results are available in 15 minutes.

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The test is intended for use as an aid in the diagnosis of acute respiratory syncytial viral infections. The test is a dipstick immunoassay that uses a nasopharyngeal swab for detection of the RSV antigen in pediatric (18 years and younger) patients. Results are available in less than 30 minutes.

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