Ameri Immunization and EMTS have partnered with area business and community organizations to provide COST FREE Covid-19 RT-PCR testing.

PAINLESS and takes less than 5 MINUTES.

Two testing locations.

  • 3030 North Josey Lane, Carrollton 75007

  • 521 South Plano Road, Richardson 75081

    • 7 days a week, 8am to 6pm.
    • No appointment required.

Everyone is eligible for this no-cost testing.

  • Present ID and a current insurance card.
  • If uninsured, a valid drivers license and/or social security number is required.
Complete a simple two minute registration form. 
  • Can register at the testing site or pre-register to shorten wait time.
  • Carrollton Site Make Appointment
  • Richardson Square Mall Site Make Appointment
    • If data is incorrectly entered it will results in delays in processing the sample and issuing results. 
    • The lab is CLIA certified, therefore in some cases of data entry errors the sample is not permitted to be tested.
      • Examples; misspelled names, registration name and sample name do not match,  DOB errors, and address not complete.
Complete the nasal swab sample collection.
Results from CLIA certified lab typically within 24 hours.
  • This test is the SARS-CoV2 PCR lab-analyzed test and extremely accurate (98%).  Not to be confused with rapid covid-19 testing, which may require confirmation of a positive result by PCR testing.   PCR testing does take longer to receive results but is able to detect the virus from as early as 2 day from exposure to after 14 days of infection, whether or not the person is showing symptoms.
    • The Covid-19 Rapid Antigen tests are much less accurate with a roughly 2 day window of detection capability, usually after symptoms are expressed.
Meets requirements for:
  • Travel testing prior to departure:  This test meets all requirements for air travel. Contact the onsite site supervisor to conduct your test.  The site supervisor will review and explain the typical lab result turn around time to meet your required timeline for travel.  No guarantees can be made because of the numerous variables involved in the collection and testing process.
  • In/Out patient facilities / long term care / nursing home visiting: This test meets all requirements for patient and/or visitation access into care facilities.

Locations, Dates, and Times

Address: 3030 North Josey Lane – Carrollton 75007

Days: 7 Days a week

Times: 8am to 6pm

Make Appointment

Address: 521 South Plano Road – Richardson 75081

Days: 7 Days a week

Times: 8am to 6pm

Make Appointment

There are two different types of tests – diagnostic tests and antibody tests.

diagnostic test can show if you have an active coronavirus infection and should take steps to quarantine or isolate yourself from others. Currently there are two types of diagnostic tests– molecular tests, such as RT-PCR tests, that detect the virus’s genetic material, and antigen tests that detect specific proteins from the virus.
An antibody test looks for antibodies that are made by your immune system in response to a threat, such as a specific virus. Antibodies can help fight infections. Antibodies can take several days or weeks to develop after you have an infection and may stay in your blood for several weeks or more after recovery. Because of this, antibody tests should not be used to diagnose COVID-19. Currently researchers do not know if the presence of antibodies means that you are immune to Covid-19 in the future.

Different Types of Coronavirus Tests

Molecular Test Antigen Test Antibody Test
Also known as… This is the test you completed with GoLab. Diagnostic test, viral test, molecular test, nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), RT-PCR test, LAMP test Diagnostic test Serological test, serology, blood test, serology test
How the sample is taken… Nasopharyngeal (the part of the throat behind the nose), nasal or throat swab (most tests) Saliva (a few tests) Nasal or nasalpharyngeal swab (most tests) Finger stick or blood draw
How long it takes to get results… A few days or up to a week (longer in some locations with many tests) Ameri Immunization goal time is 12 to 24 hours. Some may be very fast (15 – 30 minutes), depending on the test Same day (many locations) or 1-3 days
Is another test needed… This test is typically highly accurate and usually does not need to be repeated. Positive results are usually highly accurate, but false positives can happen, especially in areas where very few people have the virus. Negative results may need to be confirmed with a molecular test. Sometimes a second antibody test is needed for accurate results.
What it shows… Diagnoses active coronavirus infection Diagnoses active coronavirus infection Shows if you’ve been infected by coronavirus in the past
What it can’t do… Show if you ever had COVID-19 or were infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 in the past Antigen tests are more likely to miss an active COVID-19 infection compared to molecular tests. Your health care provider may order a molecular test if your antigen test shows a negative result but you have symptoms of COVID-19. Diagnose COVID-19 at the time of the test or show that you do not have COVID-19
Specimens are delivered daily to the lab.  The labs typical turn around time is typically less than 24 hours once they have received the batch.  This Covid-19 RT-PCR test takes time to process in the lab and should not be compared to the rapid antigen Covid-19 tests.
  • The lab will process the sample as quickly as possible.
  • Based on the number of positive tests identified in a batch will extend the result release for the entire batch tested.
  • If a test is “inconclusive” it will be run twice by the lab which will delay results being issued.
  • May take up to 36 hours in some rare cases.
  • Sunday Tests: Tests conducted on Sunday will be processed at 9am Monday.  Results will start to post by mid afternoon and evening.
If an individual tests positive the result are entered in the patient portal system and an additional phone call and/or email from the lab and/or Ameri Immunization will take place.
The results are typically issued to the email the individual used to register for the test.
  • The three most common issues are:
    • Results went into a spam folder
    • Email was not legible and/or entered incorrectly
    • Used same Email for numerous individuals
  • For assistance contact:
    • Mike with Ameri Immunization.  He can  be reached at (877) 512-5442
    • Tom with Emergency Medical Training Services at (972) 527-3687
To protect patient confidentiality and to comply with HIPAA the individual tested will be required to provide written authorization to access any records/results.
  • Best procedure to follow if you have not received your results within 24hours. 
    • Go to then complete the “contact EMTS” form. Form is also located at bottom of this page.
    • Must list first/last name, phone number and email.
    • In comment section:
      • Date of birth in comment section.
      • Must state that you would like your results emailed. 
EMTS is a collection site for Ameri Immunization.  Once the specimens are collected and sent to the lab, EMTS can not influence the lab to process results faster or make exceptions in processing samples.
  • EMTS staff is not involved in the processing of the test and timeline.
  • EMTS does not have access to view results of any tests preformed.
  • EMTS has no access to reset patient portal passwords or IT issues related to the patient portal to view results.
EMTS is happy and willing to assist in helping you get into contact with the right person with Ameri Immunization who can assist. Please complete the “Contact EMTS” form at the bottom of  the page and we will try to assist in anyway possible.  For issues listed above we suggest you directly contact Mike with Ameri Immunization via email at or the office line at  (877) 512-5442.