COVID-19 Testing FAQ
How much does testing cost?
The COVID-19 rapid tests are cash-pay, no insurance accepted.
- COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Swab: $95
- COVID-19 Rapid PCR Swab: $125
- IgG Antibody Blood Draw: $55
Please Note: Insurance coverage of the IgG antibody test varies.
Is the COVID-19 test free?
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine’s COVID-19 testing is cash-pay, no insurance accepted. Check your area for free testing sites.
Do I need an appointment?
Yes, but we offer same-day appointment availability! Click here to schedule your curbside rapid COVID-19 test.
How long do results take to get back?
The COVID-19 rapid test results are available the same day as testing.
On average, results are taking 3-7 business days to be reported for the COVID-19 lab-based PCR test. However, this is not a guarantee and this timeline can be altered depending on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the external lab and testing supplies.
How can I get a copy of my lab results and work notes?
The best way to obtain results and work notes it to register for our Patient Portal. Please click here to register and/or sign in to the Portal.
As a second, but less efficient option, we can send you an encrypted email with lab results and a work note.
Where are your testing sites located?
The COVID-19 antigen rapid and lab-based PCR tests are available at all of our clinics 7 days a week, 8 am to 7 pm, by appointment.
The COVID-19 rapid PCR test is available at our Broomfield and Central Park clinics 7 days a week, 8 am to 7 pm, by appointment.
The IgG antibody test is available at all of our clinics 7 days a week, 8 am to 7 pm, by appointment.
What protocol should I be following (at home) while waiting for my test results?
While waiting on your test results you should live under the assumption that you are, in fact, positive for COVID-19. This means isolating yourself from anyone in your house, avoid leaving home (consider online food shopping, delivery, etc.) wearing a face mask, and regularly washing your hands. Isolating yourself while you wait for your test results will help reduce the spread of COVID-19 if you do, in fact, test positive.