COVID-19 Rapid Antibody Testing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where can I get tested?
At any Trusted ER or Medical Center facility. Please refer the list of testing Locations to find the location closest to you.
How much time will the test take?
Initial testing time is 20 minutes, not including your check-in and blood draw. Depending on your results, further testing may be required, which would require more time. What is the procedure for getting tested?
Do Trusted facilities have long waiting lines?
No, our facilities are relatively low-volume compared to large hospital systems and we do everything we can to make you visit as comfortable as possible.
If I test positive, what's next?
Depending on your results, a Trusted physician will make a recommendation for further testing and/or treatment.
If I test negative, what does that mean?
A negative test result for both IgG and IgM antibodies is an indicator you have not been exposed to the virus. It could also indicate you have been exposed, but the antibody level is below the detection limit. Similarly, if you’ve experience symptoms and recovered since then, the antibody level could be below the detection limit. A full and thorough explanation of your lab results will be provided to your by a member of our Trusted clinical staff.
With whom can I speak to know more details about the testing process?
Please call any of our facilities to speak with a member of our clinical staff and discuss any of your questions or concerns regarding the test. For contact info please refer the list of testing locations.