COVID-19 Testing in San Antonio

On-Site Vaccinations, Screenings, & Treatments Available

Do you have confirmed or suspected exposure to COVID-19? Even if you are only concerned with minor symptoms, we invite you to our offices at Full Spectrum Emergency Room and Urgent Care for world-class expedient care in a clean and friendly environment with no wait! Open 24/7/365. We are committed to going above and beyond the CDC guidelines to ensure your safety and the safety of our communities.

Special Note: We do NOT utilize the ALERE Rapid COVID-19 Test. Our test is processed in a high complexity lab with strict quality control to ensure accurate specificity and sensitivity. You can be assured we only use testing equipment and laboratories that meet FDA requirements.

Contact us today to learn more about our COVID-19 testing in San Antonio, or to schedule an appointment.

Types of COVID-19 Testing in San Antonio

See below for a list of Covid-19 tests available at our facilities at Full Spectrum Emergency Room and Urgent Care, as well as a brief overview of each test.

  • Antigen Test (Rapid Test) – Designed to detect protein from the virus in anyone infected. It is made specifically to find any presence of harmful and contagious active virus cells.
  • SARS-CoV-2 (PCR Swab) – This type of testing is considered the “Gold Standard” for testing COVID-19 infections. Our Emergency Room offers the PCR test in-house with our moderate complexity lab for rapid detection and treatment. Our Urgent Care can provide PCR testing via reference lab with results available in 24-48 hours through a patient portal.
  • SARS-COV-2, AntiBody (Blood Test) - Antibody tests detect any known infections by looking at your blood. Results may be detected in the serum and plasma samples of infected patients 7–10 days after infection. Our Urgent Care can provide antibody testing via reference lab with results available in 24-48 hours through a patient portal.

Monoclonal Antibody COVID-19 Treatment

The FDA has granted Emergency Use Authorization monoclonal antibody infusion therapy (bebtelovimab). This is used to treat mild to moderate coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in adults and pediatric patients.

What is bebtelovimab?

Bebtelovimab is a neutralizing antibody drug. When there’s a virus in your body, like COVID-19, your immune system makes antibodies to fight it off. But it takes time for your body to make antibodies for a new virus — and in the meantime, you could get very sick. Bebtelovimab contains man made antibodies to help fight the virus. They do not have any COVID-19 virus in them. Bebtelovimab is an investigational medicine used for the treatment of mild-to-moderate coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in adults and children (12 years of age and older weighing at least 88 pounds [40 kg]).

Treatment Today

At Full Spectrum Emergency Room, we are taking preventative measures for our community by closely monitoring national and statewide updates relating to the novel coronavirus (COVID19). Fortunately for our community, Full Spectrum ER has been designated as an approved site to administer monoclonal antibody therapies to combat the COVID19 pandemic. Offering the latest developments in treating COVID-19 is just one of many ways we are contributing to slowing the spread of the virus in the San Antonio area. You must qualify and/or meet certain requirements which requires a physician evaluation and order. Call us if you have any questions over this Monoclonal Antibody COVID-19 Treatment.

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Please call our staff at (210) 405-1164 for more information about our COVID-19 testing in San Antonio or contact us online today.

Am I a Candidate for Monoclonal Antibody Infusions?

This treatment is proven to reduce symptoms of COVID-19 and boost your immune system to respond quicker to the virus. Our medical professionals at Full Spectrum Emergency Room will ensure that you are eligible for treatment before any administration.

You may be a candidate for monoclonal antibody infusion if you are:

  • BMI greater or equal to 35
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Diabetes
  • Immunosuppressive disease
  • Currently receiving immunosuppressive treatment
  • 65 years of age or older

55 years of age or older with:

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Hypertension
  • Chronic Respiratory Diseases

12 – 17 years of age and has:

  • Sickle Cell Disease
  • Congenital heart disease
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Medical technological dependence
  • Asthma/Respiratory Issues

We invite you to reach out to our facilities online or by phone at (210) 405-1164 today.

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The Rim Location
(210) 405-1164
Hardy Oak Location


The Rim

18007 W Interstate 10 Frontage Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78257

Hardy Oak

23511 Hardy Oak Blvd.
San Antonio, TX 78258

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