The testing method will be based on supply. We will accommodate test preference as long as we have the supplies. These tests have received an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the FDA to diagnose COVID-19 infections.
When you arrive at the COVID-19 testing site for your booked appointment time, please park in one of the designated spots and stay in your vehicle. The test will only take a few minutes.
One of our staff members will either conduct a nasal swab or nasopharyngeal swab to collect the sample for testing. You will receive a notification approximately 20 – 30 minutes later when your results are available.
COVID-19 RAPID TEST COST
Submit your insurance info online before your appointment. After your COVID-19 test(s), you may receive an Explanation of Benefits letter (EOB) from your insurance company – this does NOT mean you owe a balance to GS Labs for your COVID-19 test(s). Your insurance company’s payment will be treated as payment in full by GS Labs, based on current regulations under the CARES Act and FFCRA. You are not responsible for paying any outstanding balance. If you provided us with insurance information when you registered for your appointment, you won’t pay anything out-of-pocket.
COVID-19 RAPID ANTIGEN TEST
COVID-19 PCR TEST
COVID-19 RAPID PCR/LAMP (NAAT) TEST
COVID-19/FLU A&B RAPID ANTIGEN (EUA) TEST
The average incubation period is thought to be between two and 14 days. CDC experts suggest getting tested three to seven days after exposure. If you get tested too early after exposure, it can be possible that you have a false-negative test.
Yes. Patients must be at least one year old. If you have concerns, please contact your primary care physician.
If your test results are negative, you can return to your normal daily routine if you do not have symptoms. Keep in mind you should remain at home if you are still sick. While you may have tested negative for COVID-19, it is possible you have another illness that could spread to others. Manage your symptoms at home and contact your primary care provider (PCP) if you have any questions or concerns.
If your test results are positive, you should quarantine yourself and contact your primary care physician.
This test is not yet approved or cleared by the United States FDA, but it has been given an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
It depends on the rapid testing method (subject to supplies). The antigen test requires a nasal swab, the IgM/IgG test requires a small blood sample via finger prick. The PCR test requires a nasopharyngeal swab.