IGG Antibody Titers
- Every test has the possibility of a false positive and false negative.
- A positive antibody titer implies you have had a previous infection with a coronavirus, likely but not limited to Covid-19.
- A positive antibody titer does NOT necessarily mean that you are immune from getting Covid-19 again or that you cannot infect other people. We do not know the answer to these questions yet.
- A negative antibody titer implies that you have not yet developed antibodies to Covid-19/Corona subtypes. This implies that either you have not been infected, your infection may have been to mild, or your immune system did not respond to the infection. Either way you are at risk for the infection.
We give priority to our frontline workers when they need to see our doctor. We get them healthy to be able to help others.
We can expediate your wait. Let our staff know at registration if you work in one of the services below;
- Health care
- Police department
- Fire department
A Call for your Help
Our staff continues to work since this crisis started tirelessly. They have selflessly responded to the call to be the frontline for our patients at the risk of their own health and safety. They do so because of their commitment to our community. We ask for your help to protect them in this fight. We are in desperate need of any unused and new protective equipment that you can donate: Masks, Gowns, Gloves, Shields. Help protect the Health Care Staff so they can be there for all of us in our time of need. Call us to arrange for a non-contact curb-curb side drop-off.
Road to Wellness
We understand that staying sane during these difficult times can be challenging. Here are some tips to reduce stress and stay mentally well.
- Try meditation and deep breathing exercises. There are free apps on the app store that can assist with this
- A short morning walk can help to clear the mind. Remember to keep your distance from others.
- Read a book
Volunteer to Save a Life
One of the ways a critically sick patient who is infected by the COVID virus can be treated is from antibodies obtained from some one who has already recovered for the virus. Now is the time to add your name to the Registry to give blood if needed. You could save a life. You will need to meet other donation criteria. If you have tested and documented COVID 19 positive and wish to be on a standby Registry please Submit your name to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, age, blood type (if known) and cell#. By Doing so you give us permission to forward your information to local hospitals and care providers to help the sickest fight to survive.