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This is a blood test used to find past exposure to the Novel SARS-CoV-2 virus and potential immunity by discovering antibodies in the blood. Antibodies in the blood are developed by the body in a reaction to a viral infection, which can help fight against future interaction with the virus. 

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The SCNM Medical Center receives the COVID-19 IgG Antibody Test through LabCorp.

Anyone may elect to take the IgG COVID-19 Antibody Test. It can provide great benefit to those who believe they have been previously exposed or experienced symptoms of COVID-19 and have recovered, along with frontline workers who have a higher chance to be exposed. 

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According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, "Under the FDA’s March 16 policy for serological tests, the FDA provided regulatory flexibility for developers offering such tests without FDA review and without an EUA where they have notified FDA that they have validated their tests and provide disclaimers about the limitations of the tests with any results generated by their tests, as outlined in the policy.  The FDA does not review the validation, or accuracy, data for these tests unless an EUA is submitted.  Test for which developers have provided a notification are listed on the FDA’s COVID-19 Diagnostics FAQ page." In addition, there are chances of false-positives with the test. Therefore, not all positive results determine partial immunity or past exposure to the virus.

Call the front desk at the SCNM Medical Center at 480-970-0000 to book your appointment.

IgG Anitbody Test - $99

Your test may be covered by insurance if your provider sends a request to our lab. We cannot take insurance on self-ordered lab tests. Some Health Saving Accounts (HSA) can be used for testing fees. 

Call 480-970-0000 for additional information pertaining to insurance coverage.

The SCNM Lab and Medical Center are taking all precautions to keep their workers and patients safe during this time.

The following guidlines and procedures have been implemented to protect the health of all SCNM Medicial Center visitors.

  • All team members, patients and patient family members are required to wear a mask in our health care facilities.
  • All patients must call and complete an assessment questionnaire with the front desk prior to entry. 
  • A "sick" and "well" side of the Medical Center have been established for patients waiting to be seen.
    • Any patients who are showing symptoms of illness must enter the "Sick" side of the Medical Center (east door, closest to parking garage). Well patients and immune compromised patients are to enter from the "Well" side of the Medical Center (normal entrance).

For more information on SCNM Medical Center and Covid-19 click here.