Monday 21 December 2020 08:12
Private PCR testing for Expat and Embassy staff in Italy
Australian law firm NICOLA HOOBIN LEGAL organises prompt private PCR testing for Australian and New Zealand citizens and other Expat and Embassy staff and their families in Italy. Appointments can be made via email: email@example.com and test results are guaranteed to arrive within 48 hours of the PCR test being taken. This is an alternative to the […]
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Australian law firm NICOLA HOOBIN LEGAL organises prompt private PCR testing for Australian and New Zealand citizens and other Expat and Embassy staff and their families in Italy.
Appointments can be made via email:
firstname.lastname@example.org test results are guaranteed to arrive within 48 hours of the PCR test being taken.
This is an alternative to the public and other private testing and is an option for clients wishing prompt, efficient and easy booking, with known test and result times.
The tests can be done in the following cities: Turin, Milan, Padua, Florence, Rome, Naples, Bari and Catanzaro.
Additionally, for group testing of Embassy staff and families, arrangements can be made for tests to be done directly on site at the Embassy.
A client who already has a medical referral can take the private PCR test by contacting NH Legal with their personal details (name, address, date of birth), their preferred date, time and city and any other particulars, requirements or questions that they may have. NH Legal arrange the requested test appointment and confirm details with the client and any additional members of their family.
The client attends the test and results are sent directly to their email usually within 48 hours of the test being taken.
(a) PCR test and email result: €85 (Paid directly to the doctors following test)
(b) NH Legal fee for client liaison and appointment arrangement on date, time and place of test, liaison with doctors and laboratory confirming testing and supply of test result to client: €50 ($A82 or $NZ85) (Paid directly to NH Legal via Pal Pal Business once a formal request for testing has been made and dates obtained for person in attendance for test)
The same as Option 1, with the addition of also arranging an online appointment for the client to obtain the required medical referral from a GP for the PCR test to be able to be performed.
(a) Provision of GP medical referral for client to take the PCR test: €35 (Paid directly to the doctor when processing request for medical referral)
(b) PCR test and email result: €85 (Paid directly to the doctors following test)
(c) NH Legal fee for client liaison and arrangement of GP online introduction, arrangement of date, time and place of test, liaison with laboratory, confirming testing and supply of test result to client: €60 (or $A98, $NZ102)
The client simply wants a GP medical referral for the test they will take elsewhere.
(a) Provision of GP medical referral for client to take the PCR test: €35 (Paid directly to the doctor before processing request for medical referral)
(b) NH Legal fee for client liaison obtaining client details and arrangement of GP online introduction. €10 (or $A17, $NZ18)
NICOLA HOOBIN LEGAL is an Australian boutique law firm run by international lawyer, Nicola Hoobin, qualified to, and now practising in, both Australia and New Zealand.
Nicola works throughout the year and resides for at least 6 months of the year in Amalfi Coast, Italy. Additional to the PCR testing above, Nicola provides legal advice to Australians and New Zealand living at home, in Italy and abroad.
With over 25 years experience in private international law and relationships law, including in representation, negotiation and high level litigation, Nicola can be contacted via
Nicola is available for in person, ZOOM or telephone advice and can additionally attend clients in Rome for witnessing of Australian and New Zealand court and other official documents and, where required, court representation back home in Australia and New Zealand or via ZOOM.
Visit her website
www.nicolahoobinlegal.comfor more details.
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