Routine blood draw patients welcome
Appointments are recommended. A prescription is required.
We specialize in COVID-19 testing for travelers – results in 24-48 hours.
Carefully follow these instructions:
1. Before scheduling a visit, you must obtain a prescription from a medical provider for your testing.
Without this, we will not be able to perform your test! Below you will find several options for obtaining a prescription depending on whether you would like to pay through your insurance or out of pocket.
Patients with insurance: Call your primary care physician (PCP) for a prescription. If you do not have a PCP you can call Amwell at 855-635-1393 or by visiting their website at www.amwell.com
Patients paying out of pocket: Please click here for an online service where you may be able to obtain a prescription script for the Covid-19 diagnostic test only. The price is $150 which includes the test.
2. Schedule your appointment by calling the Monroeville Patient Service Center at 412-372-2035
Our office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM. Holiday hours may vary.
3. Please be prompt and bring along your prescription, photo identification (ID), and insurance card, if applicable. Travelers bring your passport.
Our waiting room is compliant with all health and safety guidelines. Masks and social distancing measures are required. Only 6 people are permitted in the waiting room at a time.
For COVID-19 testing
If you have no symptoms, please enter the building and proceed to the waiting room on the first floor. If more than six people are already waiting, please wait outside and enter once a patient leaves.
If you are sick or symptomatic, please do not enter the building. Remain in your vehicle and call 412-372-2035. Our phlebotomist will come out and swab you in your vehicle.
200 James Place
Monroeville, PA 15146
We accept most insurance for COVID-19 testing.
For those paying out of pocket such as travelers: We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash.
Covid-19 diagnostic test: $125
Covid-19 antibody: $50
Results will be on our patient portal and delivered to your ordering physician within 24-48 hours. Click here to download our patient portal instructions..
Testing before and after travel can reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Testing does not eliminate all risk, but when paired with a period of staying at home and everyday precautions like wearing masks and social distancing, it can make travel safer by reducing spread on planes, in airports, and at destinations.
Check if your airline or destination requires any health information, testing, or other documents. Some destinations require testing before travel and/or after arrival. If you do not follow your destination’s requirements, you may be denied entry and required to return to the United States. You may have to pay any related airline fees. If you test positive at your destination, you might be required to isolate. You might be delayed from returning to the United States as scheduled.
Information about testing requirements for your destination may be available from the Office of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Health, or the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Country Information.
Take steps to reduce higher-risk activities for 14 days before your trip and get tested 1-3 days before you travel. Testing before travel could help reduce the chance that your travel will be interrupted or delayed by COVID-19.
Get Tested Before Your Flight
Below is what you need to know about getting tested before your international flight.
- Get tested with a viral test 1-3 days before your trip and again no more than 3 days before your return flight to the United States departs.
- Make sure you get your test results before you travel. If you are waiting for results, delay your travel.
- Do not travel if your test result is positive; immediately isolate yourself, and follow public health recommendations.
- A negative test does not mean that you were not exposed or that you will not develop COVID-19. Make sure to wear a mask, avoid crowds, stay at least 6 feet/2 meters (about 2 arm lengths) from others, wash your hands, and watch your health for signs of illness while traveling.
- Keep a copy of your test results with you during travel. You may be asked for them.
- Check your destination’s testing requirements before you depart—they may require specific types of tests. If you do not follow your destination’s requirements, you may be denied entry and required to return to the United States.
- Do NOT travel if you were exposed to COVID-19, you are sick, or you have tested positive for COVID-19. Learn when it is safe for you to travel. Don’t travel with someone who is sick.