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The high volume and staff shortages have placed a strain on the clinics volunteering to absorb network testing at their locations, leading to the difficult decision to discontinue centralized testing as of 7/31/20 so that they can reassign their staff back to their normal daily clinic operations. In between now and then we will continue to serve patients in a limited capacity. As part of our continued commitment to support you through this transition, we’re highlighting options for clinics working toward bringing testing in-house.

Get alternative testing site locations.

Get in-office step-by-step guide.

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