Express, Self-pay COVID-19 Virus Test for Asymptomatic Patients

PLEASE NOTE: This testing is for patients WITHOUT symptoms or exposure to COVID-19. This test is not run through insurance and is self-pay only. If you would like to submit your test to insurance, please click here to book a COVID-19 evaluation with one of our providers.

Self-Pay COVID-19 Virus Testing: Connecticut

Bristol, CT

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Manchester, CT

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Newtown, CT

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Self-Pay COVID-19 Virus Testing: Massachusetts

Medford, MA

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Waltham, MA

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Who is the self-pay COVID-19 test option for?
If you need to be tested for travel, to see a high-risk family member for the holidays, or to return to school, this is a great option.  Pre-registration and payment is expected prior to testing.

When is the test available?
The asymptomatic, self-pay COVID-19 test is available on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday every week, with reservations from 1pm to 4pm. To minimize your time, we have a dedicated clinician and exam room for testing/

What does the test cost?

Both the PCR and rapid tests are available as part of the self-pay COVID-19 test option. The cost of a single test is $160, or, if you would like both a PCR and a rapid test the cost for both is $210.

How do I register for the test?
Pre-registration is required for all COVID-19 tests, including the self-pay test. Please select the center you would like to be tested at and click the “Book COVID Test” button for the center you wish to visit.

If I have insurance, do I still have to pay out-of-pocket?
If you wish to submit a claim to insurance, you are welcome to schedule a visit with a provider who will determine if it is medically necessary for you to be tested. Express testing is not the right option is you wish to submit a claim to your insurance carrier. To schedule a provider visit for COVID-19 testing to be submitted to insurance, click here.

What is the turnaround time for test results with the self-pay test?
Turnaround time remains the same across all testing options. Rapid test results are available same day and PCR test results vary and could be up to 7 business days.

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