- Rapid Antigen Test (tests for active infection, with results in 10 minutes)
- Blood Antibody Test (tests for presence of antibodies in the blood, with results in 15 minutes)
Please note, we do not currently accept insurance for these tests.
Additionally, we have partnered with Value Drug Company to provide our customers access to a Saliva PCR Test through a certified laboratory. Once collected, your sample will need to be shipped to the lab for processing (results are emailed to you typically within 48 hours of the lab receiving your sample).
Collection kits must be picked-up at the pharmacy during normal business hours. Your insurance may cover this test, and payment is handled directly with the lab.
We are dedicated to helping you
Asti's South Hills Pharmacy is the most personable friendly pharmacy ever! The pharmacists and staff are always warm, friendly, and very professional. I will drive miles from home out of my way for the service I get at this pharmacy!
- Barbara, a loyal customer
Immunizations are available daily on a walk-in basis by licensed and trained pharmacists.
From pain management, hormone and thyroid replacement to custom topical, child and pet medication our compounding services can help you!
Do you have questions about your medications? What if you think one of the medicines is causing a side effect? Schedule a one-on-one meeting with our trained pharmacists today!
Taking multiple medications daily can be confusing. Let us send you four weekly disposable pill boxes each month to make it easier.
I'm still amazed at the excellent service. I've never seen anything like it. All businesses should pay a visit to Asti's to see how to do it right.
- John, a loyal customer
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