Rapid COVID-19, Flu & RSV Testing in Omaha
TotalWellness, a national wellness company, is offering an all-in-one COVID-19, Flu and RSV test for the Omaha community. Testing will be held at 9324 H Court, Omaha, NE 68127 in the outside parking lot. We are accepting patients five years and older. We can test children younger than five if they are comfortable with nose swab.
TotalWellness offers two options for rapid COVID-19 testing:
PCR – Tests for COVID-19, Flu & RSV – Learn more and make an appointment
Antigen – Tests for COVID-19 only – Learn more and make an appointment
Insurance billing is available, click here to submit insurance information. Testing is free with most insurance plans. TotalWellness accepts most AETNA, BCBS, Cigna, Medica, Medicare, Medicaid, Nebraska Total Care, UHC, UHC-Golden Rule, and UMR plans. As of August 16, 2022 Tricare, Triwest, or VA insurance are no longer accepted.
If you are a local business that’s interested in purchasing tests for your employees, we have a voucher program that is available. Contact our sales team for more information.
Testing Options: Understanding the Difference
There are two types of tests available for COVID-19 currently: polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and antigen. PCR and antigen tests detect whether a person is currently infected.
The Antigen test used by TotalWellness tests for COVID-19 only. Antigen tests look for pieces of proteins that make up the SARS-CoV-2 virus to determine if the person has an active infection. The tests are most effective in people who are either symptomatic or near the peak of their infection — meaning their best use is to stop people who are most likely to spread the virus. They are not as sensitive as PCR tests. Click here to learn more and make appointment.
The PCR test used by TotalWellness tests for COVID-19, Flu and RSV. PCR tests look for pieces of the viruses that cause COVID-19, Flu A, Flu B and RSV in the nose, throat, or other areas in the respiratory tract to determine if the person has an active infection. For those looking for a PCR test, click here.