in Los Angeles
We understand you need reliable flu test results as quickly and safely as possible. In one quick visit to one of our Los Angeles drive-thru flu test locations, you can receive your results the same day or within hours based on the type of flu test selected.
For your convenience, visit our drive-thru flu test clinics located throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area:
Total Testing Solutions is an industry-leading Los Angeles influenza testing network that offers drive-thru flu tests and in-home concierge tests for private individuals and companies. With our vast network of medical partners and labs, we offer fast, personalized service to make your influenza test as safe, convenient, and accurate as possible.
If you think you, a family member, or an employee at your business has influenza, take the next step to get diagnosed with our flu testing in Los Angeles.
With in-home concierge testing performed by our qualified healthcare professionals, you can receive a flu test without leaving your driveway. It is an excellent option for sick individuals who do not feel well enough to travel and those who want to limit contact with others who may be ill. Our professionals arrive at your home dressed in PPE and will conduct the test outside your residence. You can choose a home test that you will mail to one of our lab partners with a prepaid envelope or enjoy faster results in minutes with a rapid test.
We customize testing and results delivery to your needs. Whether you want to drive through one of our clinics in the greater Los Angeles area or receive a concierge test from the comfort and privacy of your home, we empower you to get tested in a manner most convenient for you. At Total Testing Solutions, we put you in the driver’s seat so you can get tested for the flu on your terms. Our drive-thru and concierge testing sites ensure more privacy for the individual being tested and limit contact with others who are sick to keep you and our community safer.
When you come to TTS for your drive-thru flu test, our highly trained medical professionals obtain a sample through a nasal or throat swab. They immediately analyze the swab with state-of-the-art technology for a diagnosis on the spot. Standard PCR flu tests usually take 24 to 48 hours to obtain results.
We offer a range of flu testing solutions that you can choose from:
Rapid influenza diagnostic tests (RIDTs) provide results in approximately 15 minutes, although you may still have flu even if you have a negative rapid test result.
We also offer rapid molecular assays that detect genetic material from the flu virus. The rapid molecular assay delivers results in 15 to 20 minutes and is considered more accurate than RIDTs.
We also offer the standard RT-PCR flu test, which you send back to our lab partners. They analyze the sample and return the results within a few hours.
We offer telehealth consultations at Total Testing Solutions for individuals that test positive for the flu. While the flu does not have a cure, antiviral drugs may be an option. Afflicted individuals should limit contact with others and remain home for at least 24 hours after the fever breaks or until symptoms clear up. Bed rest, drinking plenty of water, pain relievers, and fever-reducing medications can alleviate symptoms. Be sure to wash your hands regularly and cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing to avoid spreading the flu to others.
Protect yourself and your loved ones by getting tested for the flu in Los Angeles today. Contact Total Testing Solutions to schedule your appointment for in-home concierge or drive-thru flu testing now. Send a secure message online or call 323-238-3324.
Our turnaround time is one of the fastest in the industry. We have an extensive network of testing professionals, labs, and medical partners. Most patients receive their results in a few hours with the RT-PCR Test or 15 minutes with our rapid flu tests.
We offer concierge in-home testing with highly trained medical professionals or a home test that you can mail to our lab using a prepaid label. If sent before noon, our lab partners will receive your test kit the next day and send you the results.
The CDC reports that up to 52,000 flu deaths occurred between 2010 and 2020.
Seniors, young children, pregnant women, and those with health conditions such as diabetes, asthma, and heart disease have a higher risk of flu-related complications that can lead to mortality in some cases.
Studies show the flu vaccine lowers the risk of seasonal flu by approximately 40 percent, saving lives and keeping our community safer. You should have a flu shot annually, ideally just before the flu season begins.
Yes. The annual flu vaccine protects against the main flu strains that spread that year. There are many flu viruses, and the vaccine does not guard against all of them.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) urges Americans older than six months to get the flu vaccine annually.
Pigs can carry swine influenza. While rare, the CDC reports that humans can contract some strains from exposure to affected pigs. Transmission typically occurs while attending agricultural fairs, which usually take place in summer and fall.
It usually takes three to four days for flu symptoms to begin after inoculation. Signs of the flu include headache, fever, sore throat, muscle aches, cough, chills, fatigue, and a stuffy or runny nose. Not all symptoms need to be present.