COVID-19 Rapid Test
By popular demand, we are now offering COVID-19 rapid testing service to our community.
About Our COVID-19 Test
Accuracy rate >99.99%
Takes only 10 minutes to get results
Antibody detection by blood draw. This test can determine if you have been previously infected with COVID-19 and developed an immune response.
What Would Our COVID-19 Test Tell You?
The test results will tell you one of the following:
Currently infected with COVID-19 (quarantine for 14 days and then re-test)
Recovered/Recovering from COVID-19 infection and possibly still contagious (quarantine for 14 days, or until symptoms resolve)
Had COVID-19 but recovered and not currently contagious
Does not have COVID-19, has most likely never had it
See sample test results report here.
2 Ways to Schedule Your Test (Appointment ONLY Please)
TEXT us at (951) 364-2185 with your name, date of birth, email, and “COVID-19”
Call us at (951) 302-2526 to schedule
How Much Does it Cost?
Our normal price is $74.99 per test for Non-Concierge Members, our Concierge Member discounted price is $49.99 per test
We are offering this test only for self-pay right now.
We hope you find this information helpful. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe and healthy!
Richard Rawson, DO
Ryan Rowan, PA-C
Mandie Alvarez, FNP-C
Along with TMG supporting staff
Q&A About Our Test
Q: What brand rapid test do you use?
A: We are currently using the RightSign test, which is the highest performed test approved by the FDA. Please see FDA link here for more details.
Q: Does insurance cover the cost of the test?
A: Most insurance covers the cost of the COVID test if it's medically necessary. In that case, please schedule a visit with one of our providers.
The cost of the test for self-pay patients is $74.99.
Q: Could your rapid COVID-19 test detect a current infection?
A: We use the highest performed test approved by the FDA. Our IgM and IgG testing does in fact identify a current infection (the IgM part) as soon as day 3. This test is more accurate in identifying current infections in asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients who will show up as a negative in a swab test.