Individuals who are experiencing mild or moderate COVID-19 symptoms*
Persons who have been, or think they may have been in contact** with infected individuals.
Antigen tests look for antigens present in the host body as it fights a COVID-19 infection.
PCR tests look for the actual COVID-19 RNA present in the host body.
Antigen tests are faster and can quickly confirm a positive result but are more susceptible to false-negative*** results.
PCR tests are more accurate because they can detect COVID-19 RNA earlier in the infection cycle.
Many travel restrictions require results from a PCR test.
The test consists of a nasal swab and only takes a couple of minutes once you have entered the testing area.
You remain in the comfort of your vehicle through the entire experience.
Once at our testing location, you will be guided in your vehicle to the drive-thru testing area.
After a verification of your personal information, the test will be administered and you will be able to leave the testing area.
Your results will be sent to you through the contact on file in accordance to the time indicated by the test chosen.
A nasal swab is necessary in order to collect the needed sample. This can cause minor to moderate discomfort to the patient depending on individual tolerances. But when done properly, there is no part of the procedure that should cause pain.
The antigen test takes 15 minutes to process and you can be notified of your result at that time.
The standard PCR test can take 24-36 hours to receive a result.
The PCR+ test can produce results in about one hour.
Your information is stored in our secure medical accounting database for our own records and is never used or transferred for any non-medical reason.
If you receive a positive test result, your personal information will be electronically sent to the local health department as quickly as possible in order for contact tracing to begin
Each jurisdiction uses their own method for collecting and protecting health information. Contact your local health department to learn more.
Yes. It is possible to receive an initial negative test because it was administered too early in the infection cycle of the virus for it to be detected.
*COVID-19 Symptoms: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea
** Contact: You were within 6 feet of an infected Individual for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period, or direct physical contact with an infected individual
*** False Negative: when a test produces a Negative result but the patient is actually infected
We are a CLIA Approved Laboratory and we have the testing tools in-house to accommodate your COVID-19 testing needs, at your timetable. This means that our laboratory has the tools to provide same-day RT-PCR results when you need the most reliable test in the fastest time.
Our team of Testing Technicians have of years of EMT experience and are ready to guide you through this testing process so that you walk away with confidence , knowing that you received the best care and the most accurate results. And of course, all of our services are HIPAA compliant.
Procovidtesting.com is a new website with Pro Safety & Rescue, Inc. and it is our goal and our passion to serve our customers and our community by providing professional safety and testing services.
This nasal swab test identifies antigens from the virus that trigger the body’s immune system, so there is a greater time gap between when the patient is infected and when the test can detect the infection. So there is a greater risk of a false negative* result.
Results are usually available in less than 15 minutes. However, the FDA recommends an additional molecular test be taken when receiving a negative result.
Rapid antigen testing is a good way to quickly identify if someone has a positive infection so that quarantining and contact tracing can begin sooner.
This nasal swab test looks for specific genetic material (ribonucleic acid or RNA) that comes only from the virus. Because of this, a molecular test can detect COVID-19 earlier than an antigen test which reduces the possibility of a false negative* result.
A molecular test is usually the best option due to its accuracy rate and is considered the gold standard of COVID-19 testing. Most travel restrictions will require a molecular test to be conducted prior to arrival.
Test samples can be obtained through nasal swabs and results can take 24-36 hours.
This test is the best of both worlds, providing the accuracy you need from a molecular test, as well as a quick result time. Plus, in addition to the detection of COVID-19, this test can also check for both Flu A/B, and RSV.
Pro COVID Testing is a CLIA Approved Laboratory and haș the lab equipment necessary to process your molecular test in-house, and can provide same day results, usually in less than an hour.
So if you need the most accurate test results on the market, and you need those results today, then contact us right away to schedule this service as this test has limited availability due to high demand.
Your time is valuable, and your privacy is precious. And we want to help you protect both with our thorough, professional, and discreet Concierge COVID Services. We can help make your life easier by working around your schedule, meeting you any time, anywhere.
Our experienced EMT’s are trained to conduct thorough testing procedures with professional bedside manner. And we offer all of our available forms of testing; from Rapid Antigen tests, with on-site results in 15 minutes, to the gold standard RT-PCR Molecular tests with same-day results, so that you can have the most reliable results in the shortest time. Your confidence and your convenience is our goal.
And Pro COVID Testing can deliver Concierge COVID Services to you individually or to your worksite or production. Visit our Contact page today and let us show you how we can serve your needs. And as a thank you for signing up, you will receive an informative PDF highlighting new CalOSHA guidelines for handling COVID-19 at your workplace.