Learn more about our COVID-19 testing and vaccine services.
Rapid testing makes it easy for you to play it safe.
Between ball games and running errands, life doesn’t stop when you start feeling sick. We want it to be easy for you to quickly get tested! Appointments only take about 15 minutes with speedy results in under an hour. See our FAQs for more information.
Scheduling a test for COVID-19 can help you take the necessary precautions to keep the people in your life from getting sick.
Schedule a COVID vaccine today.
We’re proud to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to our North Little Rock community. Please select the appropriate – first or second – dose when you schedule through our online portal. As always, if you have questions please do not hesitate to call us or see our FAQs for more information.
Want to know more about rapid COVID-19 testing?
We understand that there can be some confusion around COVID-19 and testing protocols. Our goal to answer your questions and help you stay healthy.
COVID-19 information & fact sheets
How do I schedule a COVID-19 test?
You can schedule a test at your convenience. Tests take around 15 minutes with results in about 45 minutes. Use our online scheduler to get started!
What is the difference in PCR and antigen testing?
Both PCR and antigen tests are diagonistic tests. We provide praid PCR tests and rapid antigen tests. Please contact us for questions concerning your specific needs.
PCR: PCR tests are accurate but can take a long time to produce results. Antigen tests, the other major type of coronavirus test, while much faster, are less accurate.
Antigen: Antigens are substances that cause the body to produce an immune response – they trigger the generation of antibodies.
What will I need to provide to get my COVID-19 vaccine?
You’ll need the following:
- Driver’s license
- Insurance card
- Covid-19 vaccine card if you have had previous doses
We will have you fill out a questionnaire and consent when you arrive at the pharmacy.
Will my insurance cover the cost of my COVID-19 vaccine or booster?
Covid-19 vaccines are free of charge to the patient. Your insurance does pay an administration fee to the pharmacy, which is why we ask for your insurance card. If your insurance denies the claim, you will still be able to receive the vaccine free of charge.
Most insurances pay part or all of the vaccine. We can bill your insurance and give you a price before we administer the injection.
Do not forget about strep throat and the flu!
Could it be allergies or something else? Do not leave it up to chance! Getting a test is the best thing for your health, plus that of your family, friends, and loved ones. Scheduling a test is easy, and you will not even have to get out of your car!