• *this form is HIPAA compliant*


    Put your employees at ease and help your customers feel safe. Grocery stores, News Organizations, Large Doctors Offices, Churches and Assisted Living Facilities.


    We can process and test up to 30 individuals an hour. The physician oversees the process. Everyone on the team will be wearing appropriate PPE including hazmat suits to ensure the safest testing environment for everyone involved.



    212 203 2146 Let us know the size of your group and the type of insurance your company takes. Options included Coronavirus testing and Antibody testing or both.



    We'll set up a date to come to your place of business or facility and test employees or residents.



    As with anything medical, the results will remain private between the doctor and the patient. We can, however, share the de-identified data to help guide management and retesting if necessary.

  • Covid-19 Home Testing

    If you think you are sick, you must stay quarantined to prevent spread. We can come to you. An extra fee will be added to cover this concierge service. (*Please note if you are having trouble breathing or think you are in a life threatening condition please call 911 and go to the hospital).

    Stay Home To Avoid Contact with others

    Doctor or Nurse Will come to your house for a home visit.

  • Office Testing

    We also offer testing at the office. You MUST CALL first so we can make sure everyone is adequately scheduled to maintain appropriate social distancing. No drop-ins.

    200 East 78th Street Suite 1A
  • Types of Testing & Testing Results

    PCR Testing & Antibody Testing

    Regardless of your antibody test results, given the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic the principles of social distancing should be maintained rigorously to avoid contracting the virus and spreading it to other susceptible individuals.

  • COVID-19 Testing Guidelines

    Who can get tested for COVID-19? Here are the current guidelines based on directions from the state and federal government:

    • If you don’t have symptoms (fever, cough or difficulty breathing), you do not meet the criteria for testing, unless you have close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 or is displaying symptoms consistent with Covid-19. 
    • This information will be updated if the testing criteria changes.

  • About Us

    Meet Dr. Daniel Rosen

    Dr. Daniel J Rosen

    He's a Brooklyn born, Cornell graduate. Dr. Daniel Rosen received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2002, completed residency training in general surgery at St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center, and completed fellowship training at New York Presbyterian Hospital’s Columbia and Cornell campuses.

    Dr. Rosen was diagnosed with COVID-19 infection early on in the pandemic. Since then, he has tested negative for the virus. Subsequently, he has focused his attention on helping people obtain COVID-19 testing.  He became committed to making sure other New Yorker's could get accurate testing.

    As a small business owner himself, he also appreciates that for businesses to run in this environment and when things "open up" employees need to have access to testing too.

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    Check out my Coronavirus testing in action. Call today 212 203 2146

  • Frequently Asked Questions


    Do you offer antibody testing?

    Yes! It's 95% accurate. Antibody testing is a blood test. We do not offer at-home antibody testing, but we do offer it for companies and large groups.

    Do I have to pay?

    Coronavirus testing is covered by most insurances, but you need to call the office to make sure Dr. Rosen takes your particular insurance. If not, you can cash pay.

    Where are my results?

    Antibody test results take about 1-2 days. Covid-19 tests we have take 3 to 6 days typically for results.

    What lab do you use?

    We use a State approved company mentioned by Gov. Cuomo called LenCo.

Regulatory Statements:
According to the FDA’s “Policy for Diagnostic Tests for Coronavirus Disease-2019 during the Public Health Emergency” issued on March 16, 2020, the information listed below applies to both the Diazyme DZ-Lite SARS-CoV-2 CLIA IgM and the Diazyme DZ-Lite SARS-CoV-2 CLIA IgG kits: 

·         This test has not been reviewed by the FDA. Currently there are no FDA approved antibody tests. 

·         Negative results do not rule out SARS-CoV-2 infection, particularly in those who have been in contact with the virus. Follow-up testing with a molecular diagnostic should be considered to rule out infection in these individuals.

·         Results from antibody testing should not be used as the sole basis to diagnose or exclude SARS-CoV-2 infection or to inform infection status.

·         Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.

·         This test is not for the screening of donated blood