Coronavirus On Site Testing for Businesses in San Antonio TX
When Employers Need Safe & Reliable Testing, They Count on Quality Urgent Care!
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, Quality Urgent Care has been dedicated to staying open and providing reliable COVID-19 testing for San Antonio residents and their families.
Beyond this, though, we understand the economical impact this health crisis has had on our local communities. This is why we’re now offering COVID-19 testing for businesses throughout San Antonio, TX. By testing your employees, you’ll ensure your business can reopen and stay open safely while providing a safe environment for your staff and customers.
Onsite COVID-19 Testing
Request more info by filling out the form below and one of our Quality Urgent Care team members will reach out to you:
Servicing Small Businesses & Large Corporations
No matter if you’re a small business or a large corporation, Quality Urgent Care is dedicated to providing reliable COVID-19 testing for your entire staff.
Here are some of the benefits employers can expect by partnering with Quality Urgent Care for COVID-19 testing:
- Testing for all of your employees at any of our 5 convenient urgent care locations in San Antonio, Pleasanton, Palo Alto, Schertz, and Potranco.
- On-site COVID-19 testing for businesses also available
- Safe & clean testing environments to help reduce exposure to COVID-19
- Quick responses to any/all questions & great communication
- COVID-19 antibody testing also available
- Large group discounts available
Here are the types of COVID-19 testing for businesses we offer:
Standard PCR (Nasal Swab) Test
This test involves a nasal swab sample and checks individuals for existing COVID-19 infections. Per the CDC, COVID-19 testing is one of the best ways to detect and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. We can perform standard COVID-19 testing at any of our 5 urgent care locations, or on-site.
COVID-19 Antibody (Blood Draw) Testing
This test involves a blood drawn sample and is meant to detect specific antibodies in the blood that are prevalent in those who have had COVID-19 and since recovered. Once someone has contracted COVID-19 and recovered from it, they may have some immunity to the virus, according to the CDC.
Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Test
This test involves a nasal swab sample and checks individuals for existing COVID-19 infections. The rapid COVID test by Quidel — called the Sofia 2 SARS Antigen FIA — is what is known as an “antigen” test. The Quidel test can produce results in as little as 15-20 minutes.