testing for covid-19

Crown Mutual Medial Group have a dedicated department for COVID 19 testing. Services include a walk-in testing facility minutes from Vancouver’s YVR.  We offer private and discrete testing services for individuals and groups. Speak to our experts on administering the proper testing regiment for your travel itinerary.

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Do I need a COVID-19 test for travel, work or school?

People are returning to travel, school, public events and most importantly back to the office. If you need help determining if you need further assessment or testing please fill out the following form.

Got a question? testing explained

How it works

We understand you are very busy.
Please fill out the following to secure a booking today.

Please register for an appointment before you arrive at our clinic for the quickest service. 

You will be promted to recieve your test results via email or txt.
Selected Value: 19
You must be 19 years or older to book a COVID 19 test.
We will follow up with specific instructions.
Depending on the test you require please indicate the date you are travelling or when are required to submit a test result.
A close contact is defined as being near a person with COVID-19 for at least 15 minutes when health and safety measures were not in place or were insufficient. Health and safety measures include things such as physical barriers or the physical distancing of at least 2 metres. Note: This means you would have been contacted by your health authority’s public health team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?

We are conveniently located at 8278 Manitoba Street, Vancouver BC. 

What type of tests do you conduct?

For laboratory-based testing, such as molecular PCR:

  • samples are sent to a laboratory for analysis
  • results are generally provided in 1 to 3 days

For point-of-care testing:

  • sample collection and testing is done at the time and place of care, such as a hospital or doctor’s office
  • results are provided while you wait
How are samples collected?

There are different ways samples can be collected to test for COVID-19. Samples can be collected through a:

  • nose swab
  • throat swab
  • saliva sample
How are children tested?

B.C. offers two COVID-19 testing options for children and youth. For the mouth rinse/gargle sample collection:

  • Do not eat, drink, brush teeth, or smoke/vape 1 hour prior to the test
  • Do not practicing gargling 2 hours prior to the test as practicing could affect test results
What is the typical wait time?

You can get a text or email notification as soon as your results are available, day or night. You can also download and print a copy of your test results.

How will I get my results?

By registering for this service once, you will receive your negative result by text or email any time that you test for COVID-19 in the future.  

How much do you charge?

Our prices vary dependant on the type of test we conduct. Other variables like private or group booking are priced accordingly. Please connect with our office to determine a quote.

What type of payments do you accept?

We accept al major credit and debit cards.

What if I need multiple test?

If you require multiple test or routine testing please coordinate with us to arrange for a subscription package. 

How do private appointments work?

Please indicate on our form if you would like to a private appointment? 

How do private group appointments work?

Please indicate on our form if you would like to a private group appointment? Group appointments depending on the size of the group can be conducted on location.

Who can be tested for COVID 19?

Anyone with cold, influenza or COVID like symptoms can now be assessed. Individuals in the following groups should be prioritized for testing:

  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities

  • Individuals requiring admission to hospital or likely to be admitted, such as pregnant individuals near-term, patients on hemodialysis, or cancer patients receiving radiation or chemotherapy.

  • Health-care workers

  • Contacts of a known case of COVID-19

  • Travellers who in the past 14 days returned to BC from outside Canada, or from an area with higher infection rates within Canada

  • Residents of remote, isolated, or Indigenous communities

  • People living in congregate settings such as work-camps, correctional facilities, shelters, group homes, assisted living and seniors’ residences

  • People who are homeless or have unstable housing

  • Essential service providers, such as first responders

HOW DOES COVID TESTING WORK?

Crown Mutual Medial Group have a dedicated department for COVID 19 testing. Services include a walk-in testing facility minutes from Vancouver’s YVR. Speak to our experts on administering the proper testing regiment for your travel itinerary. We offer private and discrete testing services for individuals and groups.