DRIVE-UP TESTING

What to Expect

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We can help decide what COVID-19 test is best for you. 

As COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) spreads across the country, testing can be a key source of information on whether you can interact with others without spreading the virus. A test is a quick way to determine whether or not you are currently infected even if you don't have symptoms AND have been vaccinated.
 

 

Here at Rapid Test Laboratories, we’re following all recommendations and safety protocols put into place by federal agencies to ensure that you receive safe accurate service. Learn more below about the tests that select Rapid Test Labs is offering and do your part to slow the spread.

Rapid Labs Test Drive-Up Service

Testing as simple as  1-2-3

Step 1

Schedule your

appointment

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Step 2

Go to your Rapid Test Labs & get your sample collected

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Step 3

Get results in 24 hours

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Rapid (Antigen) Viral Testing

If you think you may have been exposed, or might currently have COVID-19, you need a viral test, which identifies the current SARS-CoV-2 infection in your body. The rapid (antigen) test uses a shallow swab to collect a sample from the nose or throat and returns results in less than 24 hours.

COVID Antibody Test IgG/IgM 

The COVID-19 IgG-IgM antibody test is a blood test that may identify a previous infection of SARS-CoV-2. This test should be taken at least 14 days after exposure or 7 days after symptoms end.

Standard (PCR) Viral Testing

If you think you may have been exposed, or might currently have COVID-19, you need a viral test, which identifies the current SARS-CoV-2 infection in your body. PCR is the gold standard of viral testing and may be required prior to receiving certain surgeries, or traveling. The PCR test uses a shallow swab to collect a sample from the nose or throat and returns results in 3-5 days.

Workplace Testing

If you think you may have been exposed, or might currently have COVID-19, you need a viral test, which identifies the current SARS-CoV-2 infection in your body. The rapid (antigen) test uses a shallow swab to collect a sample from the nose or throat and returns results in less than 24 hours.

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E-Z Drive-Through Testing 

 #1 DRIVE UP / CHECKING-IN

  • Patients arrive at  confirmed scheduled time

  • Park a in Numbered Patient Parking space.

  • Alert the medical staff that you have arrived and your parking space number #

  • Do not leave your vehicle under any circumstances.

  • Within 5 minutes, a member of the medical staff will greet you at your vehicle.

  • Please have your I.D, Health Insurance Card , doctors order and Payment ready.

  • If you have already registered on-line and made payment please give your receipt number to the attending staff member.

  • Testing is FREE for Uninsured patients. 

  • Please NOTE: If you have NOT pre registered , you WILL be required to provide a copy of one (1) or more of the following: Driver's license or government issued I.D., insurance card, social security, signature.

#2 GETTING TESTED

  • You will be asked by a lab technician to roll down your window and tilt your head back so a nasal swab can be taken. (just inside the nasal)

  • Technician will place your nasal sample in a bio bag to be tested.

#3 YOUR READY TO GO

  • Your sample will be processed and results emailed to you through encrypted email in less than 24 hours or less.

 *PEDIATRIC TESTING

  • Your child's experience is important to us. Your child's pediatrician or other health care provider should be consulted if your child is experiencing symptoms. See our Tele-Medicine page for help in finding a provider or call (480) 500-8065 if you need assistance.

For more information, visit the CDC website
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