Trusted Medical Centers COVID-19 Testing Center

Trusted ER

Testing Center Hours
Open 7 days
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

At our COVID-19 Testing Center, walk-ins are welcome in order to receive a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test. Results are available in about 15-20 minutes.

The Testing Center is located at
720 N Denton Tap Rd Suite #150, Coppell, TX 75019.

Walk-ins are welcome and no appointment is necessary. If you have any questions before you arrive, please feel free to call the center by dialing 469-649-7006 and a member of staff will be glad to assist you.
When you visit our Testing Center, you will have the same patient experience and amenities that you would find at any of our Trusted ER or hospital facilities. Our friendly staff will greet you inside of a clean, modern, and comfortable facility. While we strive to ensure your wait time is minimal, snacks and drinks are available in the waiting room for your convenience. To learn more about more about this specific test, please visit this page on our website.
Click here to learn more about our mobile testing capabilities for businesses. Trusted Medical Center’s COVID-19 Mobile Testing Unit will arrive at your workplace within 24 hours of your request to administer tests for all of your employees.

Rapid Antigen
Time: 15-20 mins

Rapid PCR
Time: 30 mins
Gold Standard for travel

Rapid Antigen Molecular by NAAT
Time: 10-12 mins

COVID-19 Rapid Testing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Do I need to make an appointment to get tested?   No appointment is necessary. Walk-ins are encouraged and we strive to keep wait times minimal.
  • Does the Testing Center have long lines to wait to be tested? Our Testing Center has relatively low-volume compared to large hospital systems and we do everything we can to make you visit as comfortable as possible. If you’d like to call ahead to check availability, please feel free to call the testing center at 469-649-7006.
  • Is the test covered by insurance? Individual insurance coverage can vary. Please call the Testing Center at 469-649-7006 for more information.
  • What happens if I test positive for COVID-19? You will be advised by our clinical staff on what steps to take. The CDC website provides full instructions on what to do if you are sick. CDC guidelines on COVID-19 are updated frequently. The CDC website includes helpful information such as, how to protect yourself what to do if you’re sick, symptoms of COVID-19, and recommendations on whether you should get tested. Click here to view the current CDC guidelines for COVID-19.