Same day COVID-19 PCR Test – Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
Our facility provides same day covid-19 PCR testing and results in Beverly Hills and the Los Angeles area at our testing sites. We have two drive thru locations as well as onsite testing with same day covid-19 PCR test results. We also offer 15 min rapid antigen testing. The Coronavirus outbreak is a serious health problem that the whole world is facing today. At My Concierge MD, we are offering multiple methods of Coronavirus testing so you and your loved ones can find out if you have been infected.
Due to the high volume of calls and demand, we are requesting that you book online through here!
Same day COVID-19 PCR results
Our facility is currently providing rapid COVID-19 antigen testing with results in 15 minutes as well as same day covid-19 test and rapid RT-PCR test with results. For same day COVID-19 RT-PCR results, please use our online portal to schedule here! We are also providing same day RT-PCR testing and NAAT testing over the weekends.
What sets our COVID-19 testing facility apart?
Our medical facility has obtained priority access to a molecular laboratory that has been granted a EUA by the FDA to perform PCR testing, thus we are able to provide our patients with same day RT-PCR test results. We have also secured validated & FDA approved rapid antigen test kits, as well as antibody test kits with high sensitivity and specificity, so you can be assured that your test results are accurate and reliable. We follow all guidelines set by the CDC and the FDA and precautions given by the department of public health. Rapid antibody test results are available on the same day. For those who would like to have a blood test performed instead, we also provide antibody testing utilizing Abbot’s Alinity and Roche’s Elecsys system. (Awaiting Roche’s antibody test availability)
What is Coronavirus?
Coronavirus is a family of viruses that cause a range of diseases including the common cold as well as more severe conditions. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new strain of Coronavirus that was recently discovered in 2019 and has not been studied before.
Coronavirus infection is transmitted from humans to humans via close contact. Transmissions occur through the air droplets that exist inside the nose or mouth when an infected person sneezes or coughs. The virus then enters the body through the mucous membranes (eyes, nose, and mouth).