COVID-19 Testing FAQ

How do I book an antibody test appointment?

Simply fill out the form HERE and our clinical coordinator will reach out to you to schedule your in-home appointment.

What is the purpose of an antibody test?

This test can help detect a previous COVID-19 infection in someone who is no longer showing symptoms.  The test can detect antibodies that have been developed by the body to attack the coronavirus.

Who administers the test?

One of our registered nurses will perform the sample collection.  The test sample is then delivered to a CLIA-certified lab for processing.

How long will it take to find out the results?

Results are typically available within 48-72 hours.

What does it mean if you test positive for COVID-19 antibodies?

Testing positive indicates that you have likely contracted COVID-19 in the past, even if you never showed any symptoms or have already recovered.  Antibody testing should not be used for diagnosis or infection status.

What if I test negative for antibodies?

Testing negative for antibodies indicates that you are unlikely to have been infected with COVID-19 in the past.

I experienced symptoms in the past but they are gone now. What can this test show?

Testing positive for antibodies indicates that you have likely contracted COVID-19 in the past.

I have not experienced any symptoms but am curious if I may have had COVID-19 in the past. What can the antibody test show?

Testing positive for antibodies indicates that you have likely contracted COVID-19 in the past.

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