A Simple Process
Collect + Register
Follow the instruction pamphlet included in your Test Kit or watch one of our how-to instructional videos to register your test kit and obtain your specimen at home.
Results + Treatment
You will be notified when your results are ready. You may utilize virtual health services for treatment if desired.
Why Choose Promus Direct?
Rest assured as our laboratory provides industry-leading testing solutions. We utilize advanced techniques including polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology with a quick turnaround time that never compromises quality.
Taking multiple rounds of antibiotics for a persistent and frustrating infection? Our Test Kits detect an extensive variety of pathogens and resistance genes that may complicate infections. Let's get to the bottom of your infection.
Ever had trouble finding the time to schedule an appointment with your provider just to get redirected to another lab? Our Test Kits provide you with the ability to initiate your own care. This reduces the need for extended waiting room times, phone tag, and interrupted treatment.
Designed Directly for You
The right antibiotic the first time. Our company (Promus, Latin for stewardship) uses advanced reporting algorithms based on the presence of specific resistance genes. Our treatment guidance is based on current guidelines to ensure your provider chooses the right medication.
Promus Direct is the at-home testing division of our parent laboratory, Promus Diagnostics LLC. In other words, we provide testing for your test kits in-house, and we never send your specimen to outside laboratories. This translates to our ability to offer the most comprehensive testing options, exceptional prices, and quick turnaround time.
Goodbye Waiting Room.
Our test kits are designed to get you back to healthy. Once your test results are available, you may request virtual care with a licensed healthcare provider. If necessary, a prescription can be sent to your pharmacy.
Resistance genes are found as a component of the genetic material within bacteria. Many different resistance genes exist. Resistance genes allow bacteria to defeat antibiotics.
The presence of resistance genes may render certain antibiotics ineffective. The process of bacteria demonstrating resistance to an antibiotic is known as antibiotic resistance.
Efforts to address antibiotic resistance and prevent the overuse or misuse of antibiotics is known as antibiotic stewardship. For more information, click here.
What You Should Know
Comprehensive pathogen coverage
Individualized report with treatment options
Report is ready within 24 hours*
Virtual health available if a prescription is required
Limited pathogen coverage
Standard report generated
Report is ready in 24-48 hours
Phone tag, waiting rooms, delayed treatment