Get tested when and where you need it
Ascend Medical offers easy access to COVID-19 testing and care to keep as many people safe and healthy as possible. Our mobile diagnostic unit comes to your home, office, or anywhere around town! No lines, no waiting rooms, no risk. Get tested and learn the results in as little as 15 minutes.
Additional travel fee of $59 per visit for non-members. No additional cost for members!
- We offer both Antigen and Molecular Rapid COVID-19 tests
- Results in just 15 minutes!
- Rapid molecular test detects virus’s genetic material while the antigen test detects specific proteins from the COVID-19 virus
- 95% accuracy and FDA approved for early detection
- This testing is used to determine if you previously recovered from coronavirus infection or you may have previously been exposed to coronavirus.
- Offering Same-day Results
- Testing is only available to asymptomatic patients (no symptoms of COVID)
COVID-19 On-Site Group Testing
We come to YOU.
Ascend Medical offers easy access to COVID-19 testing to keep your businesses and communities safe and healthy. We will send our Mobile Care Team to your selected location to save you time and money. Partner with Ascend to host an on-site COVID testing event –
- Ascend Medical comes to you – your school, small business, community event or festival, your child’s dance school, you name it!
- We will negotiate a discounted self-pay rate based on several factors – reach out to discuss with someone from our team. We also may be able to bill to participants’ insurance plans or the CARES Act.
- Just a $59 mobile convenience fee per van – that covers everyone on-site!
- Ascend Medical creates a personalized webpage that you can share with potential participants via link to create buzz and participation.
Testing for Travel
Out of the Country Travel – Visit this link and select the country you will be traveling to for specific information regarding testing, quarantining, etc. Travelers are urged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency. The Department uses these Alerts to convey information about terrorist threats, security incidents, planned demonstrations, natural disasters, etc.
Traveling persons may be subject to pre-entry COVID testing, health screening, and temperature checks upon entry. Patients are responsible for knowing what each state requires and the proper test and timeline prior to travel is appropriate. Some U.S. states require additional measures. We recommend that you review your destination state, by visiting https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-during-covid19.html for more information and resources to check restrictions published by each state before traveling.
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