July Antibody Testing

We are pleased to announce the third Covid-19 Antibody testing event. Please refer to the below dates and where we will be convening for each site.

Group A: STOI Casino: 7/7/2021 Wednesday
Casino Administration Conference Room
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Group B: Chewelah: 7/8/2021 Thursday
Old Car Museum Building
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Group C: Wellpinit: 7/14/2021 Wednesday
Powwow Grounds Pavilion
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Remember this will consist of a single blood draw. An extra tube will be drawn for the PULS and Lipid panel if you chose to have that test. Also, for PULS test you will need to bring your insurance card. Please be sure to hydrate well the day before and the day of testing, as well as eat a good breakfast the day of testing. This will help ensure a smooth draw. 🙂

We look forward to seeing all of you and we are greatly appreciative of your participation in this Covid-19 Risk Management testing.

If you have any questions, you can reach us at that contact information below.

Judy Flett or Darren Lantzer (509) 928-3577

Help the Community with Covid-19 Antibodies Testing!

WIN GIFT BASKETS! 2 Winners per month and 1 Grand Prize at the end!

T-Creek Lab is going to be conducting Covid-19 Antibody testing from May to January. Once a month we will be in Wellpinit from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM to conduct the testing. We are doing this to increase RISK MANAGEMENT of the virus for the Tribe and the Tribe’s employees and families.

If you would like to sign up to be a part of the monthly testing, PLEASE contact either Judy Flett at judy@spokoenterprises.com or Megan Wynecoop at info@t-creek.com. Or you can also call 509-928-3577.

The FDA has recently given approval to test for IgG2 antibodies which are incredibly specific for immunity–these are the ones you want for protection.

It doesn’t’ matter if you have had the vaccines or the virus.

ALSO -Every month we will draw 2 names to win an awesome gift basket and the final month we will also draw for a GRAND PRIZE.

Thank you, we really appreciate you helping out the Tribe.
Tshimakain Creek Research & Diagnostics Staff