Book Your Covid-19 Test in Our Clinic
UKAS-accredited PCR swab tests for COVID-19
PCR swab testing for COVID-19 is the most accurate testing method available for an active infection, with close to 100% accuracy. A simple throat and nose swab can tell you if you are carrying an active infection.
This will help you decide on your medical management and after lockdown is the only sure way to exclude an active infection before visiting elderly relatives or a vulnerable person. You can also use this swab test result certificate if needed for travel and work purposes.
COVID-19 PCR swab travel certificate
Multiple destinations now require a COVID-19 / coronavirus PCR swab test for travel. Destinations include multiple countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
We have helped many people travel with reliable testing and efficient result processing. Most destinations require the test to be done 72 or 96 hours before departure so please check your requirements and book in accordingly.
Please read the notice on this page before booking.
Test Price: £120
Covid-19 Fast Antibody Tests
The COVID-19 coronavirus antibody test is a blood test which detects whether you’ve developed an immune response (antibodies) specifically to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
This is useful to show whether you have previously come into contact with the virus or not. Predominantly, it highlights past infection but has some ability to check for current infection. However, due to a limited test window, it does not provide the same level of accuracy as a PCR swab coronavirus test which is the test of choice during an active infection.
This test is performed in the clinic and results provided in 15 minutes.
Test Price: £40
Abbott laboratory test for COVID-19 IgG antibodies
Abbott laboratory test for COVID-19 IgG antibodies with full blood draw and results in 24 hours.
This has been the most popular test used by the government and NHS to enable people to return to work.
Test Price: £50
We strongly advise:
Nothing can go in the mouth for at least 2 hours prior to testing, this includes: food, drinks, cigarettes, chewing gum, etc.
Mouthwash not to be used for 24 hours.
Nothing can go in the nose for at least 24 hours prior to testing, this includes: nasal medication, saline, hay fever sprays, cotton buds, etc.
All of the above can inhibit the sample and mean it needs to be retested or they may not enable a conclusive result to be delivered.