Testing - Primary Health

Health & wellness testing beyond the clinic

Accessible tech-powered neighborhood health services delivered your way. No clinic necessary.

What you get

Technology meets clinic to improve community health

Reporting and compliance management

Robust analytics by community, facility, and other filters for a clearer picture of public health and compliance.

Testing & CLIA certification

Choose from OTC testing, CLIA-waived point-of-care testing, and lab-based at-home testing to screen for and prevent the spread of infection.

Tests tailored to your people

Screen for respiratory illness and STIs; monitor HbA1C, BP, cholesterol, more. Support for all federal CLIA-waived tests.

Clinical services

Standard clinical support with options for test to treatment, telehealth, eRX, test procurement, and much more.

ETOR-enhanced technology

Digital platform easily integrates with your systems for seamless exchange of electronic test orders and results (ETOR) and streamlined testing & resulting.

Diagnostics delivered your way

Testing at your location, direct to home, community-based, pop-up clinics & mobile teams, vending machines.

Benefits

Population health that’s all about you

Accessibility

Healthcare you can make available to everyone, regardless of circumstances.

Affordability

Flexible and affordable pricing without clinic overhead.

Easy connectivity

Seamless integration with your systems and exchange of electronic test orders and results (ETOR).

Security

Peace of mind knowing your health data is protected, confidential, and handled with discretion.

Meet our medical team

Prior to joining Primary.Health as a Medical Director Consultant, Aditya Chandrasekhar, MD, MPH has been at Fenway Health since 2014, first as a Primary Care Physician and as a Lead Physician since 2016. Dr. Chandrasekhar earned his MD from Grant Medical College in Mumbai, India and his MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Chandrasekhar completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is a Linde Fellow in Primary Care Leadership at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chandrasekhar’s areas of clinical interest include LGBTQIA+ health and HIV care.
Aditya Chandrasekhar, MD, MPH, FACP

Medical Director

Rafid Fadul, MD, MBA is a physician and health tech executive who is passionate about leveraging technology for the benefit of the masses.

He is triple board certified (internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and critical care). He completed his medicine training at Georgetown University while doing his MBA at Johns Hopkins, followed by training in pulmonary/critical care at the Cleveland Clinic. He has published extensively in clinical medicine, health economics, and digital health, and has presented nationally and internationally on the same. Dr. Fadul also serves on the Board of Directors for MedWish International and leads medical missions overseas.
Rafid Fadul, MD, MBA

Primary.Health Medical CEO and Clinical Advisor

Katie Kowals is a highly experienced multi-state Registered Nurse with over a decade of expertise in Emergency Room medicine and trauma services. With a deep passion for leveraging innovation and technology to provide high-quality healthcare to all, Katie transitioned from the bedside to become a pioneer in tele-health nursing. Drawing on her extensive background in Emergency medicine and community health, Katie brings a wide range of skills to the tele-health space, including patient acuity prioritization, STI testing and counseling, women’s health, and above all, patient safety practices. Through her work, Katie is committed to expanding access to healthcare and improving health outcomes for individuals and communities.
Katie Kowals, RN, BSN

Registered Nurse

Rachel Keith, Ph.D., APRN, ANP-C is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine and Director of Human Subject Services at the Environment Institute. As a regulatory trained clinician scientist, Dr. Keith combines her diverse skill set in basic sciences, nursing, community participatory research and clinical studies to understand how environmental exposures impact health outcomes, targeting prevention of cardiovascular disease and novel identifiers of early disease. Though genetics plays a role in susceptibility of individuals to disease, a larger portion likely comes from the environment, which can range from lifestyle choices such as physical activity and tobacco use to inhaled compounds such as air pollution or biotics like Sars-CoV02. Her research, including oversight of numerous clinical studies, seeks to establish how the environment influences both disease and the perception of risk, which has many policy and regulatory implications.
Rachel Keith, PhD, APRN, ANP-C

Advisor

Anne Wyllie, PhD, MBioMedSci, BMedSci is a research scientist in the Department of Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases at the Yale School of Public Health at Yale University and is the principal investigator of SalivaDirect. Dr. Wyllie was the lead author of a 2020 research article which led to the development of the SalivaDirect PCR method of testing saliva for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. She has also worked on community studies to better understand pneumococcal disease.

Wyllie completed a BSc in Biomedical Science at the University of Auckland in 2007, followed by a Postgraduate Diploma, and Masters in Medical Science in 2009 at the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre (University of Auckland). She also received a Ph.D. in medical microbiology in 2016 at Utrecht University.
Anne Wyllie, PhD, MBioMedSci, BMedSci

Advisor

CLIA Waiver Program
Primary Provider testing
Testimonials

Customer Success Stories

Public Programs

While our students are back to focusing on learning, credit is due to the district’s ongoing commitment to testing and responding proactively to the data with the measures and care our educators and health experts have at their disposal. Testing contributed to where we are today: a reduction of in-school transmission to almost zero.
Primary Health
  • Don Geddis
  • Governing Member of the Board of Trustees
  • Hillsborough City School District

Public Programs

Primary.Health has been a courageous and innovative partner — willing to create and iterate product offerings through every step of our partnership. Their system has allowed thousands of Coloradans to easily schedule both testing and vaccination appointments.
Primary Health
  • Nina Safane
  • Executive Director
  • COVIDCheck Colorado, a Gary Community Venture

Public Programs

Our findings helped us communicate with community residents how widespread COVID-19 infection rates were in the early days of this pandemic aiding in crushing the curve and saving lives.
Primary Health
  • Rachel J. Keith, Ph.D., APRN, ANP-C
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • University of Louisville

Public Programs

…and from the start has supported communities in scaling testing programs to those who otherwise may not have had access.
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  • Naomi Bardach
  • MD lead
  • Safe Schools for All

Public Programs

It has helped parents trust that we are paying attention, it has taken the pressure off families to find tests, it has helped us keep kids in school.
  • Cory Powers
  • Grade School Administration Coordinator
  • San Francisco Waldorf School
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