Private COVID-19 Testing: Government Approved Test’s
We are able to offer private testing:
- In-clinic testing (in-clinic for non-symptomatic patients) inc Certificate for fit to fly from £185.00
- Approved home test kits (ideal for those either displaying symptoms or are unable to visit the clinic) £140.00
- Combined Covid PCR & Antibody test inc IgG & IgM from £230.00
- Onsite testing for organisations POA
- Antibody test £95.00
- Please ensure that you have been Covid 19 symptom free for 2 weeks prior to the test and that you do not have any symptoms when attending the clinic.You must also not be in isolation when attending the Clinic.
- You are required to bring Photo ID with you to the appointment. This should be your passport or travel card that you will be using to travel. You may risk a delay or cancellation to your test if you do not bring this with you to the appointment.
- It is your responsibility to arrange the testing correctly in line with the guidance from your airline and/or country of arrival if you are travelling. We advise that you research how many hours before travel your travel company require the test doing, and if this is before departure or arrival.
- We will send you the results via email once they have come back to us. Please always make sure to check your junk folder.
- Test results are returned between 24 hours and 48 hours, and we will endeavour to get these over to you as soon as we have received them back from the lab.
- Labs results will be checked twice daily for Saturday and Sunday results, and emailed through to you. Please note the clinic will not be open for phone calls or appointments at this time during the weekend.
This test is done via a PCR swab through an approved UK laboratory for COVID tests and intravenous for the antibody test.
The Abbott SARS-CoV-2 IgG and Roche Elecsys Anti-SARS-CoV-2 assays detect IgG antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, the Roche assay is a total antibody assay and will additionally detect IgM antibodies, reporting both IgG and IgM as a total antibody result. Both the Abbott and Roche assays use the same viral antigen, nucleocapsid protein, to determine antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. It is thought that antibodies against the nucleocapsid are made earlier in the immune response compared to those against other viral antigens.
Please beware that it is the responsibility of the patients to select what time to book their tests and are solely responsible for the time of the appointments made and that the clinic or team are unable to advise on testing times.
We ask that all patients accessing these services respect our strict protocols in the interests of protecting our patients and our staff’s health and interests.