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Walk-ins available Monday-Friday or by appointment

Insurance accepted with prescription*


Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT PCR) is a nuclear derived method used to detect the presence of the COVID 19 virus. It is the most widely used laboratory method used to detect the virus that causes COVID 19 and continues to be the gold standard in COVID testing.

Next-Day Results

Results ready by 6:00 PM next day


Same-Day Results

Results ready by 6:00 PM 

Sample collected by 12:00 PM


Rapid Results

Results ready within 2 hours


Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Test

This test detects proteins from the virus that causes COVID-19. This tests performs the best with a person who is symptomatic. 

Rapid Results

Results ready within 2 hours 



About Unilab

We are a CLIA-licensed, CAP-accredited, and FDA-registered laboratory

Unilab has been a trusted laboratory specializing in reproductive health and fertility testing since 1988. We were one of the first laboratories to become FDA-registered for egg and sperm donor screening in 2005. Unilab has been a primary local COVID-19 testing site, servicing the greater Dade county area since 2020.

Unilab of Dade

2145 W. Davie Blvd., Suite 106

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 833312

Phone: 833-4UNILAB

Fax: 954-797-9494


Group and On-Site Testing

We work with businesses of all sizes, schools, sports programs, private aircraft and yachts.  We will schedule a clinician to come to your location and swab on-site.

We can schedule a weekly screening to prevent outbreaks that could shut down a department or an entire company.

Our RT-PCR testing is highly sensitive, which means it more accurately detects asymptomatic infections than the 15 minute antigen test. 

*Insurance option is only accepted for those who have an Rx from a doctor. Unilab charges $0 upfront for COVID-19 PCR Testing for people with and without insurance. Depending on your individual health insurance plan, you may be eligible to receive reimbursement for all, or some of the cost of the test. People are encouraged to contact their health insurance provider to determine if and how they may be reimbursed for their COVID-19 test.



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