COVID-19 Antigen and PCR Testing

Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing Options

We offer two types of COVID testing including rapid antigen and PCR tests on-site at our pharmacy. Read more below on the differences between the two tests.

Rapid Antigen SARS-COV-2 Test

The Rapid Antigen Test is a fast and convenient way to get tested for COVID-19 with same day results typically within 30 minutes. The Rapid Antigen Test is a reliable test for people who are recently infected with COVID or experiencing symptoms. The cash price for the rapid antigen test is $79 and you may seek reimbursement from your insurance.

How to Schedule the Rapid Antigen Test

  1. Book an Appointment Online
  2. Complete the Testing Consent Form before your visit from your phone or computer.
  3. On the day of your appointment, please DO NOT go into the pharmacy. Call us at (682) 708-3499 when you arrive. A member of our staff will direct you with next steps for the nasal swab test.

1Cash prices subject to change.
2Rapid results are available as fast as 15 minutes, but are typically delivered within an hour.

COVID PCR Test

The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is the most accurate test available today for detecting COVID. Your PCR test results are available the same day and can be used for travel to most places. Some countries may have specific lab requirements for PCR testing, so you will need to verify before booking with us. The cash price for the PCR test is $139.

How to Schedule the PCR COVID Test

  1. Book Appointment Online
  2. Complete the Testing Consent Form before your visit from your phone or computer.
  3. On the day of your appointment, please DO NOT go into the pharmacy. Call us at (682) 708-3499 when you arrive. A member of our staff will direct you with next steps for the nasal swab test.

Does Better Health Pharmacy Have COVID-19 Antibody Tests?

Yes. Better Health Pharmacy's Rapid Antibody Test can provide critical information about past infection to patients who believe they may have previously been exposed to the coronavirus but were unable to access testing at the time of their potential infection. Learn More >>>

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