Walk-ins are welcomed, latest appointment will be taken at 4:40pm.

Adapting to the Pandemic

As Covid-19 rages on, holiday celebrations might look a little different this year. In past years we could see our loved ones without a second thought. However, more and more families are opting for virtual gatherings or requiring each other to receive a negative test before coming home.

Since Covid testing is now a part of our daily routine, we wanted to bring you even more options. In addition to the PCR test and antibody testing, we now offer Rapid drive-up testing.

Benefits to Drive-Up Testing:

Rapid Covid testing is not covered by most insurance companies, but the fee ranges from $99 - $149.

Who should get tested?

Our complete drive-up services include:

If you’re interested in testing, please bring the following:

Stay safe, hydrated, and empowered to make the right choices for yourself and those around you.

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