Covid-19 Antibody Testing for Patients


Welcome to Valley Medical Laboratory!

Covid-19 Antibody Testing is available in Minneapolis, Woodbury, and Burnsville

Valley Medical Laboratory offers the only FDA EAU Authorized Neutralizing Antibody Test available in Minnesota!


Neutralizing Antibody Testing



Test Purpose: Determine if you have developed an immune response to Covid-19 from past infection or vaccination

*Results Turnaround Time: 3 Business Days

Payment Option: Self-pay $95

How it Works

  1. Click the "Schedule Now" button above.  
  2. First time users will then select "Register Here" and receive an email with a link to create a password
  3. Select the antibody testing option which is right for you
  4. Complete a 3-minute questionnaire
  5. Select your appointment date, time, and location.
  6. Enter your insurance or payment information based on the test you selected. 


Questions or concerns, please call (612) 286-8366 or email  

*Due to normal lab processes, a result of “indeterminate” is possible. In these instances, the laboratory will re-run samples and/or reach out to the patient to recollect the sample. These situations may result cause a delay in turn-around times.

If you have already visited a Valley Medical and Wellness location and provided your sample(s) for testing, we cannot cancel your order or refund your payment. Testing will be completed and results will be available in your Valley Medical Laboratory patient portal account or will be sent to you via secure text messaging.



About the Neutralizing Covid-19 Antibody Test

The Neutralizing Covid-19 Antibody test tells you if you have a level of immunity of Covid-19 infection due to past infection or post vaccination immune response. This test is recommended post-vaccination or to show evidence of previous Covid-19 infection as is used to determine if you have developed specific neutralizing antibodies (these antibodies inhibit the COVID-19 virus from binding to specific receptors in the human body, indicating a level of immunity). A positive result implies a certain level of immunity but does not completely prevent future infection. Current evidence suggests if infection occurs, the symptoms would be less severe than if negative results were obtained. 

The cPass™ SARS-CoV-2 Neutralization Antibody Detection Kit Letter of Authorization*, along with the authorized Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers, the authorized Fact Sheet for Patients, and authorized labeling are available on the FDA website: * The letter of authorization refers to, “Laboratories certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA), 42 U.S.C. §263a, to perform high complexity tests” as “authorized laboratories.”.

Fact Sheet For Recipients:



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