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COVID-19 TESTING

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GROUP & CORPORATE COVID-19 TESTING AVAILABLE

A COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

Quick & Accurate. This Rapid Antigen Test is performed at one of our vibrant Los Angeles or New York locations.

Would you like us to come to you? Request a N|H Professional to your home or office. Select ON DEMAND Travel Fee at checkout.

  • 5 min appointment
  • Results in 20 Minutes or less
  • >98% Accuracy and EUA Approved
  • Nasal Swab
  • Group Options Available
  • Complimentary Follow Up Health Assessment
    (Booked on a later date)
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Save $66 when you purchase a 4 pack of Rapid Covid19 Tests.

Quick & Accurate. This Rapid Antigen Test is performed at one of our vibrant Los Angeles or New York locations.

Would you like us to come to you? Request a N|H Professional to your home or office. Select ON DEMAND Travel Fee at checkout.

  • 5 min appointment
  • Results in 20 Minutes or less
  • >98% Accuracy and EUA Approved
  • Nasal Swab
  • Complimentary Follow Up Health Assessment
    (Booked on a later date)
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The NEXT|HEALTH Antibody Test is a quick & accurate blood test that checks your blood by looking for antibodies, which may tell you if you had a past infection with the virus that causes COVID-19. Our Antibody testing is offered in a clean and Safe Environment. By appointment only. No lines, no hassle.

  • 5-10 min Appointment
  • Results in 72 hours
  • Antibodies: IGG and IGM
  • Complimentary Follow Up Health Assessment
    (Booked on a later date)

Question this Test may answer: Have I already had COVID-19 and developed an immunity to it?

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This test is specifically designed to detect the level of virus (antigen) present in your body.

The PCR test allows us to give a diagnosis of COVID19. This is done through a nasal swab resulting in confirmation in 72 hours.

  • 5-10 Appointment
  • Results in 72 hours
  • EUA Approved
  • Complimentary Follow Up Health Assessment
    (Booked on a later date)

Question this Test may answer: Am I currently infected with COVID-19?

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Look no further. No lines. No hassle. NEXT|HEALTH is working with a national laboratory to offer accurate COVID19 testing solutions in Los Angeles to fit your need, lifestyle, and health.

TESTING LOCATIONS

    • West Hollywood, CA.
    • Century City, CA.
    • New York City, NY.

COVID19 Protocol: Please note that NEXT|Health is not an urgent care and therefore cannot provide treatment to anyone that is symptomatic. If you are experiencing any minor symptoms, it is recommended by the CDC to self-quarantine and contact your primary care provider. If you are experiencing severe or life threatening symptoms, please contact your doctor and/or visit a hospital or call 911.

PCR COVID19 TEST

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FAQ's NEXT|HEALTH COVID19 TESTING

IN-DEPTH

HOW LONG BEFORE I RECEIVE MY RESULTS?

The time frame depends on the test you have taken. See below.

COVID19 NASAL SWAB PCR: Results in 72 hours.

COVID19 ANTIBODY TEST: Results in 72 hours.

RAPID COVID19ANTIGEN TEST: Results within 20 minutes.

WILL GETTING THE VACCINE AFFECT MY TEST RESULTS?

It depends on what test you you are getting.

There is not enough evidence to support whether or not your PCR or Rapid Antigen test would show positive, however we have seen patients test positive for antibodies who had been previously enrolled in the trial for the vaccine that came back with antibodies that were detectable. However at this point, it is unsure as to whether or not you would test positive with the vaccine.

SHOULD I TAKE THE TEST BEFORE OR AFTER I GET MY VACCINE?

We recommend that you touch base with your primary care provider.

CAN I USE THE RAPID TEST RESULTS TO TRAVEL?

This is dependent upon the state that you are traveling to and the regulations & guidelines they have established. It is best to check which state you are traveling to. You can find the State & Territorial Health Department Websites here.
 
Keep in mind that both the CDC and FDA have issued the following advice:
Travel can increase your chance of spreading and getting COVID-19. Postponing travel and staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.

IS THE LAB YOU USE FOR PCR TESTING YOU CLIA CERTIFIED?

Yes. It is certified.
 
The lab we have partnered with for PCR Testing is CLIA Certified. You can view the profile of the lab we use by visiting the CDC website here and searching by CLIA Number: 05D2040304

WHAT TYPE OF CERTIFICATION DOES YOUR RAPID ANTIGEN TEST HAVE?

The certification for our Rapid Antigen Test is Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the US. Food & Drug Administration.
 
You can find additional information regarding EUA by clicking here.

WHAT MACHINE IS USED FOR YOUR RAPID ANTIGEN TESTING?

The machine that we use is one that has been cleared by Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
 
 

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE SYMPTOMS

If you are symptomatic you should isolate, contact your physician, and closely monitor your symptoms. The CDC has great recommendations on their site of what to do and how to isolate. Anyone with breathing difficulty or persistent fevers should seek out medical attention immediately.

IF I DON’T HAVE SYMPTOMS SHOULD I TAKE THE TEST?

It is your choice to test or not. Having said that, for the safety of our staff and others we cannot schedule any kind of testing if you are experiencing symptoms.
 
Even though you are not symptomatic, you may still have the virus and could be spreading it. If you are experiencing symptoms, the advice from both the CDC and FDA is to proactively self-isolate to prevent spreading on your behalf.

WILL MY RESULTS BE SHARED?