Book appointment by selecting date, time, testing type, location, contact details, and billing method.
Once we confirm your booking you will receive a QR code to immediately check your results
Receive link via text then complete the survey and submit your sample when our test specialist arrives on location.
Receive results via email and QR code submission the same day or next day.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is a PCR test?
PCR test: Stands for polymerase chain reaction test. This is a diagnostic test that determines if you are infected by analyzing a sample to see if it contains genetic material from the virus.
What is a rapid antigen test?
Rapid antigen tests, which are less sensitive than P.C.R. tests, are designed to detect proteins on the surface of the virus. If genetic mutations alter these proteins, it could affect the tests’ ability to detect the virus. So each time a new variant emerges, researchers need to re-evaluate the tests.
When do I get my results?
We offer a variety of results delivery times ranging from same day to next day.
How do I get my test results?
You receive your test results via email and or text message in the form of an image document.
How do I get my QR code?
You receive your QR code via email. We can also send it via text message upon request at 323-524-9415.
How soon can you get here if I make an appointment right now?
Text us at 323-524-9415 to check our availability for same day appointments.
What areas do you service?
We service LA county and Orange County. Travel fees apply to neighboring counties depending on location.
How much are travel fees?
We charge a travel fee range of $25-$50 depending on location of testing.
What are your operational hours?
We operate from 8am to 8pm PST. We charge a $50 after hours fee for testing conducted after 8pm PST.
he nose swab PCR test for COVID-19 is an accurate and reliable test for diagnosing COVID-19. A positive test means you likely have COVID-19. A negative test means you probably did not have COVID-19 at the time of the test. Get tested if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Rapid Antigen Test
Rapid antigen tests, which are less sensitive than P.C.R. tests, are designed to detect proteins on the surface of the virus. If genetic mutations alter these proteins, it could affect the tests' ability to detect the virus. So each time a new variant emerges, researchers need to re-evaluate the tests.