Protocol for Serological Testing of IESE Employees

(Last update: June 4, 2021)

Regular and widespread testing has been a key component of IESE’s response to COVID-19. IESE employees (including lecturers and MRM and PhD students) who are not vaccinated and who have not had COVID-19 are required to undergo testing before coming to campus.

IESE is facilitating serological testing, and will cover the cost of these tests, but if you have had a PCR test with negative results in the week before coming to campus, that is acceptable as well.

Employees must be tested in the following cases:

1. One week before returning to campus for the first time (after lockdown, etc) if you have not been vaccinated or have not had COVID-19.

2. When, after undergoing testing on first returning to campus, symptoms are detected during the screening at the entrance to campus or if the health questionnaire denied you access.

3. When it has been more than 7 days since you were last on campus and you have not filled out the health questionnaire during that time. In order to avoid having to repeat the test (to maintain it “live”) we recommend that you complete the health questionnaire once a week — even during periods when you are not coming to campus. This way, you can access campus without having to repeat the test.


Instructions for serological testing:

1. Request a prescription here. Remember that the test must be done in the seven days before you come to campus.

2. IESE’s Health Service will generate a medical prescription that you must bring with you the day of the test. This prescription will be sent to you via email as soon as the request is received. You’ll also be required to authorize access to your test results by a member of IESE’s Occupational Risk Prevention.

3. You can find a list of testing locations below. Additionally, IESE will periodically conduct tests on campus.

4. On the day of the test, you must bring your DNI, your official health card* (CatSalut card in Barcelona and SaludMadrid card in Madrid), and the prescription.

*If you don’t have a health card, you must provide your social security registration number.

5. You should refrain from eating six hours before the time of the test.

6. The labs will inform you of when and how you will receive your test results.

7. Introduce the test results in the health platform to be able to access campus.

Barcelona

BarcelonaEchevarneProvenza, 312 – Bjs08037Mon - Fri: 6-20 h / Sat: 8-13 h902 525 500
BarcelonaConsultorios Clínica Sagrada FamiliaTorras i Pujalt, 11-2908022Mon - Fri 8-14 h902 525 500
BarcelonaLaboratorios AMBARAv. Diagonal 489, Clínica GMA08029Mon - Fri: 9-19 h Appointment by phone or via mail info@aqb.cat699 931 723
BarcelonaLaboratorios AMBARCalle Numancia 47-49, Entresuelo 1ª08029Mon - Fri: 9-19 h Appointment by phone or via mail info@aqb.cat699 931 723
CastelldefelsEchevarneAvda. Constitución, 185-
187 Bjs
08860Mon - Fri: 7-20 h / Sat: 8-13 h902 525 500
GranollersEchevarneGirona, 66-68 Bjs08402Mon - Fri: 7:30-14 h / Sat: 8-13 h902 525 500
IgualadaEchevarnePlaça Cal Font, 208700Mon - Fri 7:30-14 h / Sat: 8-13 h
902 525 500
MataróEchevarneSant Antoni, 11 Bjs08301Mon - Fri: 7:30-19:30 h / Sat: 8-13 h902 525 500
Sant CugatEchevarneMartorell, 20-22 Local08172Mon - Fri: 7:30-14 h y 16-19 h / Sat: 8-11 h902 525 500
TerrassaEchevarneC/ Galileu, 325 Local C08224Mon - Fri 7:00-14 h / Sat: 8-13 h902 525 500

Madrid

BarajasCentro Médico BarajasAvda de Gando, 1 (Bahia Center)28042Appointment917 462 195
Madrid EchevarneVillanueva, 928001 Mon - Fri: 7:30-15:30 h / Sat: 8-12 h 912 094 000
Madrid C.M. MaestranzaTéllez, 3028007 Appointment915 020 301