COVID-19 Testing

We’ve made Corona-virus testing easy

Convenient Locations

  • 3330 W. 177th St., Suite #3F
    Hazel Crest, IL 60429

  • 5518 Calumet Ave., Suite 3F
    Hammond, IN 46320

  • 20180 S. Lagrange Rd.
    Frankfort, IL 60423

We are now able to prescribe Paxlovid to some patients who are covid-19 positive. Paxlovid is an oral antiviral for people 12 years and older.  It has been shown to be effective in treating Covid-19 by killing the virus.  Make an appointment for testing or visit our doctors at

Fact Sheet for Paxlovid

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What is an Antibody?

An Antibody is created by the body to help the body fight specific infections. Covid 19 antibodies help to fight and defeat the Sars Cov 2 virus that causes COVID-19.

How do I get antibodies to protect myself?

There are 3 ways to get antibodies:

  1. Survive a COVID 19 infection.
  2. Receive a dose of antibody injection known as passive immunization .
  3. Take a COVID-19 vaccination.

Antibodies from a COVID-19 infection are estimated to last for 3-6 months. Antibodies from COVID-19 vaccines or passive immunization are estimated to last 1 year or more. Actual duration is still unknown.

Can I test for Antibodies?

Yes. Antibodies can be detected with a single drop of blood from your fingertip. The test is simple and results in 10-15 minutes while you wait.

What should I do if I don’t have antibodies.

  • Option 1: Get vaccinated. Vaccination will help you produce antibodies without giving you COVID 19 and the long-term organ (lung, heart, kidney, and others) scarring.
  • Option 2: Participate in local Passive Immunization research
  • Option 3: Physical distance, wear N95 masks, clean your hands frequently, avoid crowds. Get tested frequently.

Doctors recommend getting Vaccinated because even if you don’t have symptoms of COVID-19, your lungs and other organs still become scarred which may lead to other illness in your future.

Know More

COVID-19 Vaccination

Covid -19 vaccine – Pfizer and Moderna require 2 shots. Both appointments will be scheduled prior to your first injections. The second appointment will be scheduled for 3-4 weeks from the time of your first shot. 2 shots of Pfizer and Moderna are proven to be 95% effective.

Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine is a single-dose vaccine. Only one appointment is needed. The single-dose vaccine is approximately 65% effective. The most common side effects are fatigue, sore injection site, headache. After your injection apply a cool cloth near the injection site, exercise your arm and drink lots of fluid. These actions can help reduce side effects.

Truth about the vaccines.

  1. The vaccine can not give you Covid-19
  2. The vaccine does not interfere with your DNA.
  3. The vaccine does not have any computer chips.

Why should I book a corona-virus (COVID-19) test with you?

  • Cares act participation for uninsured patients
  • Rapid antigen, rapid antibody or PCR tests are a available, PCR same day and 2-hour results (for an additional fee)
  • Testing is available for travelers
  • Pre-screen with a doctor or Physician assistant virtually from your home. This will shorten the amount of time needed to conduct the test

Frequently asked questions

You can book an appointment directly on our website or call us at 773-897-5711.

The Covid-19 PCR test results take 3-5 days (same day and 2 hour test now available). The Covid-19 Antigen and Covid-19 Antibody tests are rapid tests and you will get your results in 15-20 minutes.

COVID-19 PCR Tests are now available to get same day or 2-hour results. There is an out of pocket convenience fee for these tests. The convenience fee for the same day is a $150.00 and the 2 hour is $210.00.

There are multiple reasons to get tested. Testing plays a key role to contain and mitigate the pandemic to help prevent further transmission of the disease.

Corona-virus (COVID-19) Resources

An aggregated list of community resources to help you get answers in a time of uncertainty.

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  • 3330 W. 177th St., Suite #3F
    Hazel Crest, IL 60429

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  • 5518 Calumet Ave., Suite 3F
    Hammond, IN 46320

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  • 20180 S. Lagrange Rd.
    Frankfort, IL 60423

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