COVID 19 Tests for Travel
COVID, RSV & Influenza Triple Tests
Our Test Collection Service Options
We Come to You - Anywhere! - SF Bay Area
- Includes in home, hotel, or workplace specimen collection and transport to lab, test & test processing, physician order and oversight. Physician helps determine best test timing for travelers, when needed.
- We maintain a close collaboration with the lab to ensure free flow of information for our patients.
- Call us for quote which will depend upon timing, location and # and type of tests.
- We travel to outlying areas too.
You Come to Us
San Bruno -near SFO
- Mon-Fri - 9:00am-7:00pm
- Sat-Sun - 9:00am-7:00pm
OAKLAND, near Children's Hospital
- Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm
- Sat-Sun 10:00am-1:00pm
SAN FRANCISCO - Potrero Hill
- Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:00pm
We may bill your insurance if you are testing because you have been exposed or have symptoms of COVID, RSV or Influenza. If we bill your insurance, travel documents will not be provided.
Testing for travel is not covered by healthcare insurance and requires payment in advance of service.
For travel testing we provide these documents:
- Test report copy listing "non detected" results as "negative" (required at airport check-in).
- Physician letter acknowledging the negative result (required for check-in for some flights).
- California State CLIA lab certification letter copy.
- For international flight check-in, passport details are listed on your test results.
- The rules for flight check-in and country entry requirements are constantly changing, so we recommend that you print and carry all of these documents to maximize your chance of travel success.
Important Testing Notes
A "not detected" or negative test result does not guarantee no infection and should not be used as the sole basis for medical and other decision making.
For test interpretation and treatment strategy, please consult your medical provider.
Information about SARS-COV-2 is constantly changing. We will try to keep this site up to date, but we cannot guarantee accuracy. We recommend checking the CDC site for up to date disease information.