At-Home Testing

Employer-Only Service

According to a recent study -

82% of Americans said they believe widespread testing is important to returning to normal activities.*

How To Schedule Your Appointment

How To Schedule Your Appointment*

*This service is for Employers Only
How it Works 1
Access the employer provided website to answer screening questions and complete a clinical assessment to see if you qualify for an at-home collection kit.
How it Works 2
Upon receipt of your collection kit, a healthcare professional guides the home collection process via a telehealth appointment.
How it Works 3
You will then overnight ship your sample to the laboratory for processing. If your test results are negative, results are released to your patient portal. If your test result is positive, a healthcare professional will contact you via phone.

How to use your Home Collection Kit.

“As COVID-19 cases spike, social distancing, wearing masks and testing remain paramount to flattening the curve. We know accessible testing options like home solutions that leverage telehealth are critical to America’s recovery.”

Jim Kirby
Jim Kirby
Senior Director, Kroger Health

“As COVID-19 cases spike, social distancing, wearing masks and testing remain paramount to flattening the curve. We know accessible testing options like home solutions that leverage telehealth are critical to America’s recovery.”

Jim Kirby
Jim Kirby
Senior Director, Kroger Health

From Our Experts


FAQs


Our at-home collection kit is offered by participating employers to employees who meet pre-established criteria.
The home collection kit includes a nasal swab, transport vial, instruction sheet, prepaid shipping label, and packing materials for return shipment of the sample to the laboratory.
Yes, the direct observation from our healthcare professional helps to ensure the proper technique is used for sample collection.
If test results are negative for an active infection, results are released to your electronic medical record portal. Alternatively, you may be called if you do not consent to use of the portal. If your test result is positive, a healthcare professional will contact you via phone to provide a recommended course of care.
Most results are available within 72 hours.
At the laboratory, the collection undergoes a molecular diagnostic test – a test which detects parts of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and can be used to diagnose active infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.