During this pandemic HRSupport has been conducting COVID-19 testing for government and non-profit organizations and is now offering a national COVID-19 testing program for medical facilities and businesses that want to screen their employees to reduce the chances of spreading COVID-19.
Within 24 hours we can set up a drive or walk through COVID-19 testing site in your parking lot, building or open area with licensed healthcare professionals giving the tests. HRSupport’s trained team can do the nasal swab tests or the finger prick Rapid Test at these sites based on the recommendations from your doctor or healthcare advisor.
The nasal swab tests need to go to an authorized lab to get the results, usually taking from 3 – 7 days for the results to be given. The Rapid Test will give results in 15 minutes with a high degree of accuracy. The type of test we have available can be discussed when you contact us for more information.
HRSupport can also send healthcare professionals to your employees’ or participants’ residences to do the COVID-19 test in their room or at their doorstep. This keeps your participants from exposing themselves to others while affording them the relief of trying to travel to a testing site. HRSupport’s team can be mobilized within 24 hours to start testing your employees or participants in the convenience of their own home.
Please contact us at admin@HRSupportpros.com for more information.
HR Support is committed to the wellbeing of our citizens by assisting in COVID-19 testing to mitigate the spread of this virus, do our part to end the global pandemic, and save lives.
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