Information to perform a Quick Antigen Test
CENTRE MÈDIC POBLENOU is a Center of clinical analysis, and Recognition of Conductors (CRC), authorized by the Ministry of Health of the Generalitat de Catalunya, number authorization E-08012366.
In our facility, located in the Poblenou neighbourhood of Barcelona, we have two boxes-specific and with all the technology necessary to execute a Antigen Test.
Meeting form up-to-date with current regulations regarding the security measures, it is essential to request an appointment for the realization of the rapid assay of antigens and go to the center with a mask and without an escort.
When do you perform quick Antigen Test?
Will vary only in terms of the force with which it will ask for the certificate, as the result of the test and obtaining the certificate is almost immediate*
Please consult previously with the applicant for the certificate, to be able to determine with certainty how much notice you need to perform the quick Antigen Test.
The certificate that is obtained is fully approved for travel and available in Spanish and in English.
*Approximately 15 minutes.
What do I need to make a quick Antigen Test?
Request an appointment through the different available channels:
At the time of the appointment we will wait for the information necessary to perform the quick Antigen Test.
Schedules for quick Antigen Test
Opening hours Monday-Friday
8:50 – 19:30h
8:50 – 14.30 h
Fill out the form for a Quick Antigen Test
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