Rapid Antigen Testing

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According to a recent study -

1 in every 17 people in the United States has been infected with COVID-19*

How To Schedule Your Appointment

How To Schedule Your Appointment

How it Works 1
Select a date, time, and location for your visit.
How it Works 2
When you arrive, if you are symptomatic, park in the designated area and call your provider. Asymptomatic patients may proceed inside to the clinic but are required to wear a mask.
How it Works 2
For symptomatic patients, a licensed healthcare provider will come to your car and administer the test. Asymptomatic patients will have the test administered in the clinic.

How our Rapid Antigen Test works.

“Kroger Health is a COVID-19 response leader that has provided our patients, associates and other businesses with diagnostic testing tools and supporting resources since the onset of this public health crisis.”

Colleen Lindholz
Colleen Lindholz
President, Kroger Health

“Kroger Health is a COVID-19 response leader that has provided our patients, associates and other businesses with diagnostic testing tools and supporting resources since the onset of this public health crisis.”

Colleen Lindholz
Colleen Lindholz
President, Kroger Health

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FAQs


Scheduling an appointment is strongly preferred to minimize in-person contact and wait time. Walk-in appointments may be available at the discretion of the clinic. You can schedule an appointment here.
Rapid antigen test results are generally available during your appointment within 15 minutes of test administration.
After doing a quick screening of vitals, the healthcare practitioner administers the rapid antigen test via nasal swab.
The sample is analyzed by your healthcare practitioner using a point-of-care test strip and analyzer system.
After your test is conducted, your healthcare practitioner will provide you with results and any next steps recommended. Your results will also be available for you to view through The Little Clinic online portal.
Please check with your insurance provider to understand your plan coverage.