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- COVID-19 Antibody Testing
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- COVID-19 Clinical Literature Repository
General Coronavirus Information
Coronavirus Resource - CDC
For the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus situation, please see the CDC's website.
Enhanced Visitation Policy
In an effort to protect our patients, families, visitors and staff against the spread of infection, and in accordance with New York State Department of Health guidance, Kaleida Health has implemented an enhanced visitation policy at all sites, effective immediately. This does not apply to those seeking treatment.See Policy
Providers/Clinical Care Pathways
COVID-19 Clinical Literature Repository
Kaleida Health offers drive-through COVID-19 PCR testing at our Buffalo General Medical Center testing site.
The PCR tests are available without a prescription or referral for both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals of all ages.
Patients are required to make an appointment online and pre-pay $125 per test with a debit or credit card. (Insurance not accepted). Test results are available in 2-3 days and accessible through the MyKaleida Patient Portal.Schedule An Appointment
COVID-19 Antibody Testing
Kaleida Health Laboratories is now offering COVID-19 antibody testing to our community. The COVID-19 antibody test seeks to detect antibodies that form after exposure to the coronavirus.
COVID-19 antibody testing is available to anyone that may have been exposed to the coronavirus, or previously exhibited symptoms. If you previously exhibited symptoms, it must be at least 21 days post the onset of symptoms in order to qualify for COVID-19 antibody testing.
A prescription from your primary care provider is needed in order to obtain COVID-19 antibody testing.
To start the process click Schedule Appointment button below.
Your results will be provided through the patient portal or your primary care doctor. If you have questions about your results please contact your primary care doctor as a positive result does not guarantee immunity to the virus.