COVID-19 Testing Options

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis together, we'd like to be your go-to resource for both information and testing. Currently, ZoomCare offers two options for COVID-19 tests: viral tests, which tell you if you have a current infection, and antibody tests, which reveal if you previously had the virus.

How do I get tested at ZoomCare?

First, you will speak with a ZoomCare provider. You can do this virtually through VideoCare™ or by visiting one of our clinics. Your doctor will ask you questions, then order the test for you, depending on your current or past symptoms. Results are usually available within 5-10 days.

What will happen when I arrive at the clinic?

After arriving at the testing clinic at your scheduled time, a provider will assist you with collecting a sample. We ask that you wear a mask into the clinic, observe social distancing guidelines, and not bring any guests with you. Once we get your results back from the lab, we'll contact you with information, instructions, and any next steps.

How do I start my COVID-19 screening and testing?

The best way to get screened and tested for COVID-19 depends on your symptoms. Have you had fever, cough, or shortness of breath that are not explained by another illness or injury?

How do I get tested at ZoomCare?

First, you will speak with a ZoomCare provider. You can do this virtually through VideoCare™ or by visiting one of our clinics. Your doctor will ask you questions, then order the test for you, depending on your current or past symptoms. Results are usually available within 5-10 days.

Viral tests tell you if you have a current infection, and antibody tests reveal if you previously had the virus. Your ZoomCare provider will help you choose the option that’s best for you.

What is antibody testing?

A positive antibody test indicates a high probability that you were exposed to COVID-19 — even if you never showed symptoms of the virus. We want to be completely transparent: At this time, it is unknown if a positive antibody test confers immunity to COVID-19. However, these tests are still important and valuable.

So, what are the benefits of antibody testing?

Antibody tests can help you understand if you have been previously exposed to the virus. For some, this is useful in answering that question—have I already had COVID-19? After testing positive for antibodies, you can even donate your plasma to studies looking for treatments.

Secondly, antibody tests may be a potentially valuable tool for public-health officials. They can help researchers understand how the virus spreads, how deadly it is, and how many people have come into contact with it. Plus, there is hope: according to infectious disease experts, it is possible that COVID-19 induces some degree of resistance against future infections.

Want to know more about ZoomCare's Antibody Test?

There are over 120 COVID-19 antibody tests offered nationwide, but only a fraction have been reviewed or authorized by the FDA. Learn how ZoomCare's test stacks up.

Are you an employer interested in COVID-19 testing?

Our strong clinic presence in the PNW, our ability to virtually screen your beneficiaries, our insistence on the best testing technology, and the highly-rated ZoomCare patient experience make us your preferred partner for COVID screening and testing.Comprehensive COVID-19 screening and testing is an important part of taking care of your workforce and supporting your return-to-work and stay-at-work policies. ZoomCare now offers COVID screening and testing services directly to employers.

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