(Covington, KY)- On March 16th, 2020, Gravity Diagnostics started its journey in fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic with a total of 3 COVID-19 samples processed. In the last 10 months, Gravity has now processed over 2 million COVID-19 samples. The team at Gravity has worked undeniably hard to get our customers the results they need.
“Since the beginning, we’ve always wanted to step in when there’s a gap in care.” – Gravity Diagnostics COO, Julie Brazil.
Gravity has always had the vision to do things differently. With supplying testing for 40% of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Gravity has also been able to provide a same-day turnaround time 99% of the time 7 days a week. The same day we receive the sample we report the results out that day almost 99% of the time. Since Gravity’s start in testing for COVID-19, they have increased their square footage by 900% and our employee count by over 300%.
“As we enter the next phase of testing, our science team is working on variant detection as well as the detection of other important viral targets while continuing to deliver PCR results the same day we receive the sample. 7 days a week! – Gravity Diagnostics CEO, Tony Remington.
Throughout the hardships of the pandemic, Gravity employees have shown unbelievable perseverance, dedication, and so much more.
About Gravity Diagnostics
Gravity Diagnostics is a full-service state-of-the-art CLIA laboratory licensed in all 50 states providing innovative laboratory testing including Infectious Diseases, Toxicology, and Pharmacogenomics. We are an advocate for physicians, patients, and our communities, supporting them with unsurpassed integrity, regulatory compliance, and clinical expertise. Our pledge to deliver the highest professional operating standards in the laboratory service industry coupled with ongoing research and support exemplifies our commitment to being provider engaged, patient-focused, and make the communities we serve a healthier place to live. Learn more about the work we are doing at gravitydiagnostics.com/media.