COVID19 Testing For Students

Control the spread of Coronavirus across your campus PMCDx offers fast and reliable testing

COVID-19 Screening Program for Schools and Camps

As schools and colleges and camps reopen from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s clear that fast and accurate testing of students and teachers will play a critical role in ensuring a safe campus. Classrooms, libraries, and cafeterias are just a few of the places where potentially at-risk students come together and viruses can be transmitted.  At PMCDx we are here to provide fast and accurate covid-19 testing for your campus.

How Student & Teacher COVID-19 Testing Works

The tests are performed in a high complexity diagnostic facility and results will be carefully reviewed and signed by an American Board-Certified laboratory director. We use EUA diagnostic test kit for COVID-19.  Our method of detection is Nucleic Acid real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) test. The Analytic Specificity of this test is 95% as determined in silico by Primer Blast against the common organisms and flora found frequently in the respiratory tract. The Analytic Sensitivity is 100% above the Limit of Detection of 0.8 copies/ml as determined by a standard curve.

Procedure Logistics:

    1. Individuals getting tested (or their guardians) will complete a pre-registration form.
    2. A team from PMCDx will come to your location as often as you desire for collections. We can also ship pre-paid testing kit to your institution overnight.
    3. We use EUA Diagnostic Kit for SARS-CoV-2  with FDA approved anterior nasal swabs*.
    4. PMCDx accepts most insurance plans. We have no set up or initial fee.
    5. We will release the results in less than 24 hours directly via HIPAA compliant electronic portal to school officials and parents.

* Anterior nasal swabs collection is not invasive and pain-free.

Employee COVID testing

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