COVID-19 Testing FAQ

How much does testing cost?

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Colorado and Rapid Testing LLC are partnering to provide COVID-19 antigen and molecular (NAAT) rapid tests at our clinics. 

Rapid Testing LLC facilitates rapid tests for medical conditions like COVID-19 without needing a provider visit. Rapid Testing LLC is not a medical facility. However, they partner with medical clinics to offer convenient curbside testing at an affordable rate. Accepted forms of payment are debit or credit card. HSA cards are also accepted. We apologize, but we are no longer accepting cash payment.

  • COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Swab: $95
  • COVID-19 Rapid Abbott ID NOW Swab: $125
  • COVID-19 Rapid PCR Swab: $225
  • IgG Antibody Blood Draw: $55

Please Note: Insurance coverage of the IgG antibody test varies. The lab-based PCR test is available through an in-clinic urgent care visit or a telehealth visit with Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine. Results turnaround is 3 to 7 days. A visit is required. The lab-based PCR is generally covered under insurance.

Is the COVID-19 test free?

The rapid tests are not free. Check your area for free testing sites.

Do I need an appointment?

We recommend scheduling an appointment. We offer same-day appointment availability! Click here to schedule your curbside rapid COVID-19 test.

How long do results take to come back?

The COVID-19 rapid test results are available the same day as testing.

On average, results are taking 3 to 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?

You’ll receive your test results via email or text message.


Where are your testing sites located?

The COVID-19 antigen rapid and lab-based PCR tests are available at select clinics 7 days a week.

The COVID-19 Abbott ID NOW molecular test is available at select clinics 7 days a week. Click here for a list of clinics.

The COVID-19 rapid PCR test is available at select clinics 7 days a week. Click here for a list of clinics.

The IgG antibody test is available at all of our clinics 7 days a week 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. Click here to learn more.