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Our Mission

Taking ownership of our community by providing a safe, effective and efficient testing site and leading the fight on COVID-19.

We are offering a new method of screening that combines the benefits of antibody screening and viral particle testing to give you insight on your exposure status. Antibody screening is a method to detect your body’s immune response to COVID-19. We check for two antibodies – IgM and IgG. IgM levels rise in your blood between 3-7 days after exposure. IgG levels typically rise between 5-15 days after exposure and typically remain up to 4 months to a year. By checking both, we are assessing if you have had a response to COVID-19 recently or in the past. Viral particle screening checks your secretions for evidence that the virus is in your body. This represents an acute infection, however you may not have symptoms. This is important because your body may have not had time to produce antibodies to the virus. By combining both modalities, we are offering a superior screening. This will show if you actively have the virus, and if you were exposed recently or in the past. Our physician and team members believe that this valuable information should be available to everyone. We are trying to do our part in abating the fear around COVID-19.   

Process

A single finger prick is taken and applied to a testing kit, which gives us results on your antibodies.

A nasopharyngeal swab is taken and sent to the lab.

Our physician will then review all results and a representative will follow up with any discrepancies.

Luke B. Berry, MD

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Dr. Berry works in the community as an Emergency Department Physician. After graduating Valedictorian from Schreiner University, he began his medical education at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine. While in medical school, Dr. Berry created and implemented a Mobile Eye Screening Unit to promote visual health and provide access to underserved areas. He then spent three rigorous years training in New York at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital. He finished his final year as Chief Resident, focusing his passions on helping the community through administrative leadership. Dr. Berry then moved back to his home town to bring his experience and expertise to the San Antonio community. 

Proud Partner of Livingston Med Lab

Livingston Med Lab is a high complexity laboratory, veteran owned, based in San Antonio, Texas. Dedicated to fight COVID-19, we offer antibody testing, viral RT-PCR, as well as supply the United States with critical laboratory supplies in a time of need. In addition, we are honored to offer a wide variety of lab services to all local San Antonio, Texas clinics, medical groups and other medical specialty businesses in and around central Texas. We offer white glove, superior customer service and support based on our key values of integrity, discipline, tenacity and perseverance. Our advanced clinical laboratory testing enables healthcare practices to diagnose more timely and accurately, as well as manage and prevent the progression of all disease and conditions.