At Manhattan Medical Arts the COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is a fast Nasopharyngeal Swab. It is a cassette-based chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigens in samples from individuals with suspected SARS-CoV-2 infection in conjunction with clinical presentation and the results of other laboratory tests. SARS-CoV-2 antigens are generally detectable in upper respiratory specimens during the acute phase of coronavirus infection.
Who is the
COVID-19 Rapid Test For?
Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 should consider getting tested according to local health guidelines.
Even if you do not have any symptoms, you are advised to still get tested if you:
- Have been in direct contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus,
- Are a healthcare worker facing direct patients
- Live or work in long-term care centers, such as care homes or other locations where people live in a congregate setting
- Require medical treatment or are taken care of in a hospital or long-term treatment center;
- Need to be approved for work or travel.
Where Can I Get a
COVID-19 Rapid Test Near Me?
Manhattan Medical Arts is now providing instant COVID-19 Testing for those in need of rapid and instant testing of the novel coronavirus. If you need to get a COVID-19 rapid test, you need to book an online appointment and select the date and time that works best for you. Walk-ins are also available.
Rapid Antigen test helps patients easily receive results on the same day of their appointment without having to wait days for results. Physicians at Manhattan Medical Arts maintain a safe and sanitary medical facility for COVID-19 rapid testing and screening.
If you have just learned about COVID-19 rapid testing or would like more information about testing, please check our FAQs about pricing, availability, as well as how to book an appointment.
Getting Tested For
COVID 19 In Manhattan, New York
The COVID rapid testing is safe and easy. Our practice is located at 492 6th Avenue, Manhattan, NYC
We provide in-house rapid testing approved by FDA with 98% accuracy. If you believe you have been in close touch with a COVID case and have symptoms and would like to be tested, please contact our healthcare providers. Frequent disinfection, hand sanitization, wearing masks and physical distancing are practiced for your safety and protection. We have designated areas for your safety at the clinic for COVID-19 patients. The other patients will be treated in different areas. During this frightening time, we are committed to delivering the same high-quality care which we have always been known for.
How Much Does
15 Minutes Rapid Testing Cost?
If you are asymptomatic and want a rapid test only, the cost without insurance is $130 payable prior to testing. With In-network insurance copayment, coinsurance or deductible may apply.
Disclaimer: Upon making an appointment, the patient acknowledges that copayment or coinsurance may apply for some tests and insurance. If the insurance deductible is not met, The patient will be charged the full price for the test.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you urgently need to have a visit with one of our experienced healthcare physicians.
Is the Rapid COVID-19
Testing covered by insurance?
The COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test is covered by all major insurances listed here.
What Other Options Do I have Besides the COVID-19 Rapid test?
We also offer RT-PCR COVID testing in addition to the rapid and antibody test. The turnaround time for both PCR and Antibody tests is within 48 hours. Like rapid, PCR test is a nasopharyngeal swab. The blood sample is drawn for the antibody test.
What to Do Next?
We are committed to providing quality care to all of our patients. If you’d like to book or reschedule an appointment, please contact us. For other queries, you can also email us.
Please make sure to provide correct insurance information and personal details. If you have symptoms at the time of your test, we suggest a virtual visit with our doctor on the day of sample collection to manage your symptoms safely.
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