COVID-19 Antibody Testing (S-Protein)
COVID19 Antibody Virus testing and Consult available where you are, without the hassle or potential risk of the waiting room.
COVID19 Antibody testing available where you are, without the hassle or risk of the waiting room.
Doctors are equipped to support you and your family with quality care. Connect in minutes with board-certified doctors over live video and have your questions answered. Create a treatment plan with a doctor and get better faster! Antibody testing is performed by a blood draw.
Forms for Insurance reimbursement available.
Connect face to face using your phone, tablet or computer, now.
Just like an in-person visit, the doctor takes your history and symptoms, performs an exam and may recommend treatment, which may include at home COVID-19 Testing and even antibody testing performed by a Registered Nurse under the supervision of the treating physician.
In-home COVID-19 Antibody testing by our team of Medical Professionals
Laboratory partnerships have been made for accurate and fast Antibody results. Our team of physicians will provide you with test results in as little as 24hrs. The test is simple and will be completed by a Registered Nurse, under the guidance of your treating physician. Reduce unnecessary exposure and ask your physician if COVID-19 Antibody testing is right for you.
The FDA has provided our lab partners Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for COVID19 Tests. Our partner laboratories are certified under CLIA to perform high-complexity testing. It's important to know that a negative [antibody testing] result do not preclude acute COVID19 (SARS-CoV-2) infection. If acute infection is suspected, direct testing for COVID-19 is necessary [swab / molecular - PCR testing]. Results from antibody testing should not be used to diagnose or exclude acute COVID-19 infection. Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-COVID-19 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.
(C)2020 The I.V. Doc. All Rights Reserved. Results and treatment time may vary. Medication and third party laboratory testing may be provided, only after a consultation by a licensed medical provider.