A SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST

Enzo is one of the leading regional full service clinical laboratories in New York. Dedicated to serving our community Enzo ensures your test results are meeting and exceeding industry standards as a CLIA certified and CAP accredited laboratory licensed by the NYS Department of Health.

GoTestMeNow™ provides you with quick convenient COVID testing overseen by licensed physicians.

Enzo Testing Location

VISIT A PATIENT SERVICE CENTER OR POP-UP SITE NEAR YOU

We have over 30 convenient locations in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut with no appointment necessary.

Purchase tests directly from GoTestMeNow™, and then find an Enzo Clinical Labs Patient Service Center or pop-up site for specimen collection.

FAQs

PWNHealth is an independent licensed physician network that provides physician services to you in connection with Enzo Clinical Labs. PWNHealth services include clinical oversight of laboratory testing, including physician evaluation of test requests, ordering tests (if appropriate), consults, education sessions, review of test results, and administrative services. These services are independent from the lab testing centers and from Enzo Clinical Labs.

PWNHealth provides clinical oversight and care coordination (including independent physician review of test orders) for COVID-19 testing programs nationwide. PWNHealth physicians use technology-assisted protocols to facilitate triage, evaluation, patient education and post-test telehealth consults to ensure patients proceed along the appropriate care pathway in a clinically sound manner.

No. PWNHealth is not a reseller or direct distributor of COVID-19 testing.

PWNHealth is required by law to report any positive COVID-19 molecular results to state or local health departments. You may be contacted to discuss who you’ve been in close contact with. It may be helpful to start thinking of the people you were in close contact with, beginning 2 days before your symptoms started (or if no symptoms, 2 days before you had your test taken). If you have additional questions, please contact your local health department or visit the CDC website .



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