With a team of dedicated anesthesiologists, working in close cohesion with the surgeons; this department takes care of surgical patients with anesthesia needs.

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Call our lab at (844) 473-9522 to schedule your appointment. Our lab performs COVID-19 PCR and Serology testing.

  • Texas will allow residents 50 and over to receive Covid-19 vaccines beginning March 15, the state's department of health said on Wednesday.
  • The state announced last week that it would immediately include school and child-care workers to its vaccine eligibility list as well.
  • The State Department will add 5 million more Texans to the state's priority list, though more than 1 million of them have already been vaccinated.

We are working close with FEMA, CDC, Texas HHS, and Medicare to provide vaccines at these sites soon – pending vaccine supply/distribution. Click here for CDC symptom guidelines.

*All tests FDA/EUA approved


  • COVID-19 PCR Testing
  • Serology (Lab Antibody Testing... Total, IgG/IgM and IgG)*
  • Vaccines (coming soon)


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Who should get a Serology Immunoassay (Lab Antibody Test)?

Confirm you may have had severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that caused coronavirus disease in 2019 (COVID-19), and the respiratory illness responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Vaccinations: Whether you have been vaccinated or will be vaccinated, obtaining a serology immunoassay (Lab Antibody Test) prior to vaccination is important. Why? If you have been exposed to Covid-19 you will have elevated immunoglobulin antibody levels which indicate your degree of future protection.
  • Post Vaccination: Consider scheduling a serology immunoassay (Lab Antibody Test) about 30 days after your second Pfizer or Moderna shot or your one Johnson and Johnson shot, and again in 6-8 months thereafter. Why? A serology immunoassay will determine your immune response (antibody levels, vaccine effectiveness and protection).
  • Clinicians and Consumers can Call Us to Schedule a Test: Results differ for individuals and age groups. Regular serology testing (for example, every 3 months) will provide information regarding the active immune response and potential degree of protection from COVID-19 for all vaccines – Why? Know your numbers!

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