Upstate COVID Testing
Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Available in the Upstate
We can help you find which COVID-19 test is best for you. And now offering vaccines!*
Getting COVID-19 test results back quickly can help you understand your risk of spreading the virus before seeing friends and family or returning to work. With a variety of testing options available and now vaccines, we can help determine which test is right for your situation and get your results back to you fast.
1 Drive Thru Location to Serve You!
131 Falls St. Ste 302, Greenville, SC 29601 864-436-0018
Vaccines Now Available!
Click below and get the information you need to know for scheduling your vaccination at our Falls Street location. We are not currently a Medicare or Medicaid participating provider.
Mobile Testing Now Available. We Come To You!
ARCpoint Labs does not accept insurance. We are able to provide you with the CPT code and receipt for the COVID-19 test to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. All insurance companies vary, and you will need to reach out to them about your potential reimbursement.
Same Day Viral Testing (Antigen)
The Rapid (Antigen) viral test uses a nasal/throat swab to detect a current infection of COVID-19 in your body. Best used at least 48 hours after exposure, this test can help you determine if you need any further testing before returning to work, or if you should self-isolate.
Rapid Viral Testing (PCR)
The Rapid (PCR) viral test uses a nasal/throat swab to detect a current infection of COVID-19 in your body. Best used at least 48 hours after exposure, and can provide results in just a few hours. This test may be required before certain surgeries, returning to work, and traveling to certain countries. *However, several countries do not accept this rapid format rt-PCR. Always check with the embassy of the country you’re traveling to before scheduling your test.
Traditional Lab Based Viral Testing (PCR)
The Standard (PCR) viral test uses a nasal/throat swab to detect a current infection of COVID-19 in your body. This test may be required before certain surgeries, returning to work, discontinuing self-isolation, and even traveling to certain countries.
Antibody Test (COVID-19 IgG/IgM)
The COVID-19 Antibody Test is a serology test designed to detect immune cells called antibodies, which may indicate that your body has been exposed to COVID-19 or that you have been vaccinated. The test requires a single drop of blood via finger prick at our ARCpoint Labs location.
Falls St Location: 864-436-0018
Comparing the Viral COVID-19 Testing Options
Testing is Simple And Quick
Want to know more about COVID-19 Test Options?
Get the answers to some of the most asked questions in our COVID-19 FAQs.
* Important Information
Please note that our tests have not been FDA cleared or approved, but they have been authorized by FDA under Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA’s) for use by authorized laboratories. Depending on the specific test type, these tests are authorized for the detection of SARS CoV-2, its proteins and/or its antibodies. These tests are only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.
Please click below to see the specific FDA disclaimers and additional manufacturer information for each test and device used by ARCpoint or our laboratory partners.