ResourcePath COVID19 Testing Customers
The ResourcePath testing team is invested in helping mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in our communities. We believe that the appropriate use of highly sensitive RT-PCR testing can help limit the spread from individual to individual in long-term care facilities, workplaces, schools, on airplanes, in public places and within families.
It is estimated that at least 50% of person to person transmission of the SARS-CoV2 virus originates from individuals who do not have symptoms and do not know they are contagious. Identifying contagious individuals as early as possible and establishing quarantine recommendations can help limit outbreaks, i.e. uncontrolled spread.
ResourcePath helps long-term care facilities, companies with frontline workers, fire departments, homeless shelters, schools and others with designing screening testing appropriate for your setting. If you would like to get more information on setting up a testing program for your group, please call us at 571-375-0755.
How do I get tested at ResourcePath?
To provide everyone with personal support, we ask that those seeking testing, review the information on our website, complete the appointment form, and follow the instructions. If questions persist, please call for (571)-375-0755 for assistance.
With the recent uptick in illness in our community, we are prioritizing testing on high risk populations are are unable to book appointments over the phone. Please use the “Book Now” button to book your appointment.
How long does it take to get my results?
For those testing for symptoms/known exposure, we do run these samples as priority when we receive them. For all positives and negatives, you will most likely receive a phone call the day after your test with a verbal result, however, results can take up to 48 hours in some cases. If you do not receive a call within 24 hours, you SHOULD NOT assume you are negative. You should quarantine and take precautions until you receive either a call or an email with your result. You will receive a formal report via email 24-48 hours after your appointment. Our goal is to have all negative results complete within two days, but this also depends on volume from all testing sites.
What do I do if I have symptoms?
If you have symptoms concerning for an upper respiratory infection such as COVID-19, Flu, or RSV please click the “Book Now” button and select the testing location for symptomatic or exposure risk. If you are not symptomatic but have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 we suggest waiting 5 days from your exposure to get tested. Testing less than 5 days of exposure may lead to false negative results and a false sense of security. If you have been exposed to someone infected by COVID19, please self-quarantine until your test.
How do the tests work?
Some tests are “self-administered.” They are designed to be easy, painless end effective. Our staff will be wearing personal protective equipment but for your protection and ours, we will be observing distance guidelines. Please read the instructions carefully. Other tests, such as travel testing or symptom/exposure testing will be performed on site by our highly trained staff members. If you have a disability or are requesting testing for a child, we will be happy to help you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us known that you will need additional assistance
Who can get tested?
Anyone aged 18 or above who wants to be tested for the COVID-19 virus, regardless of whether they have symptoms, can obtain a test from ResourcePath.
In the united states there is a significant need for increased SARS-COV-2 testing availability for both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals. If you would like to be tested but do not have a physician, or you do not meet illness requirements for your physician, the Commonwealth of Virginia allows patients to order their own laboratory tests for Coronavirus. We can test individuals younger than 18 with parental permission.
What does ResourcePath do?
As part of our service, we attempt to personally provide the most up to date information regarding positive results, potential for negative results due to viral incubation, and address concerns of those who have received our testing results.
In addition, we work with counties and facilities to help prevent the spread of the virus via mass testing at a variety of venues.