***Oralpharyngeal/Nasal PCR result 24-48 hours (exclude Sunday)
***Rapid Antigen Nasal-15 min result-FREE without insurance
***Antibody Blood Test-10 min result
***COVID Vaccines-Coming! Strictly follow state/federal guideline to qualifying patients based on phases. FREE without insurance; but administrative fees/co-pay may apply to insured patients
PLEASE, DO NOT SHOW UP FOR COVID-19 TESTING UNTIL BEING CONTACTED BY OUR STAFF/DOCTORS AND DURING TIME FRAME LISTED BELOW AS OUR OFFICE HAS TO PREP FOR DAILY TESTING. WE TEST ONLY FROM:
1pm-5pm Mon-Fri (Missouri location)
12pm-4pm Mon-Fri (Kansas location
12pm-4pm Sat & Sun (both locations)
Steps in getting COVID 19 test and appointments online
Request appointment date and time by clicking the box above-DO NOT SHOW UP at this appointment time-this is when the doctor will call you first to talk about your symptoms, order tests, or prescribe medications, etc.
Once we confirm the appointment date/time; will send ONLINE paperwork to fill out and return to us electronically-take less than 10 minutes
A provider will then call and speak with you at the appointment date/time
The provider will then schedule the test during the testing time above. Few walk-in tests maybe available
If you have an order from the doctor-you do not need to speak to our provider. We need up to 24 hours in advance to schedule your test.
Our staff will call you to set up a testing date/time once the order is received from your doctor
Employees being tested through an employer plan should follow rules given to them by their employer for testing
The online paperwork is a REQUIRED STEP before the doctor will call you; WITHOUT this demographic forms returned online or emailed to us. We CANNOT call or test you.
Due to an extremely very high call volume, there will be a delay in receiving a rapid response from our office. The high call volume has severely interfered/delayed our testing procedure, so WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING CALLS during the testing time listed above. Most questions related to COVID-19 can be found on the CDC website or on our COVID INFO page. If you have a medical emergency please call 911.