SCT Medical Clinic now offers COVID-19 testing to help employers facilitate return-to-work and
site-specific surveillance, or for anyone curious about their Coronavirus status.
Walk-in collections are available at our clinic in Parma, or on-site at your workplace.
COVID-19 Traveler Testing
Need PCR results fast?
Call our Parma location to facilitate an expedited PCR result within 24 hours. This service is not covered by insurance and cost is $225.00.
No appointment necessary.
Two types of testing currently available:
Our technicians are trained to collect nasal swabs for detecting new infections, or sampling blood to check antibody status from a potential or undetected infection.
SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) RNA PCR Nasal Swab
This test is used by the clinician to evaluate a person who is ill with respiratory symptoms or to evaluate if a person is currently infected with SARS-CoV-2, but not showing symptoms. Testing is covered by insurance.
COVID-19 Nasal Swab PCR: $125.00
COVID-19 Blood Test Antibody: $85.00
COVID-19 Saliva Test : $ 195.00
*Overnight FedEx Priority add $30.00.
*Some costs may be covered by insurance.
SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Antibody Testing using Roche Elecsys® Technology
A highly sensitive technology that will evaluate for the presence of antibodies in the blood that can determine if you are currently infected with COVID-19, or have developed antibodies due to previous exposure to COVID-19.
SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Saliva Testing
A highly sensitive technology that allows clients needing a fast turnaround. Processing utilizes molecular methodology. Can also test using Nasopharyngeal swabs.
All testing available 8am - 4pm
The Roche COVID-19 Antibody Test is not FDA approved, but it has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration for use under the Emergency Use Authorization Act.
Testing is covered by most insurance plans, but if you are uninsured, the testing laboratory may be able to help cover the cost under the CARES Act.
There is a possibility of false positive or false negative results for either of the testing methods available. You should always discuss clinical symptoms and exposure history with your primary care provider to receive important advice regarding quarantine, symptom monitoring and returning to work. It should be understood that the presence of antibodies does not mean you are immune to COVID-19, rather it demonstrates that you have been exposed in the past.