Schools, businesses, community organizations, healthcare facilities, and governmental
agencies play a key part in ensuring that our community, businesses and schools are
able to STAY OPEN and at the same time ensure the safety and well being of students, employees, staff
and community members.
Testing partners, whether it be a business, church, nonprofit, or school, play the
vital role of where specimen samples from your students, employees, staff or community
members are collected and then processed by the Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory.
Complete the registration below to become a Testing Partner and help stop the spread
Download, complete, and email signed WSU MDL Testing Services Agreement to email@example.com
There are three different Service Agreements that correspond to your organization
General Organization Surveillance Testing Services Agreement Best for institutions such as, but not limited to, most businesses or organizations,
including community organizations and nonprofits. Not for medical providers/institutions
or governmental departments. (Updated March 03 2021) Download General Organization Services Agreement
Healthcare Provider Surveillance Test Services Agreement Best for institutions such as, but not limited to, hospitals, nursing homes, emergency
care clinics, and specialty surgery centers etc. (Updated March 03 2021) Download Healthcare Provider Services Agreement
Bulk Government Surveillance Testing Services Agreement Best for institutions such as, but not limited to, county agencies, city agencies,
fire, police, and EMS departments, public universities, and Kansas Unified School
Districts, etc. (Updated March 03 2021) Download Bulk Government Services Agreement
MDL will contact you with a client code required to purchase test kits.
Collection Kits are available to organizations who have an executed Surveillance Testing
Service Agreement with the Wichita State University (WSU) Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory
(MDL) and are a registered testing partner.
All Registered Users are required to complete Onboard Training in order to be trained
on our software, as well as best practices for safely collecting specimen samples.
Instructions to join an onboarding training will be emailed to your organization.
Onboard Training Agenda A training video will be emailed to the users and a quiz will also be provided. --Overview of Registered User responsibilities --Overview of specimen collection process --Overview of MDL Patient Portal --How to requisition a test --How to see test results --How to pick up your Specimen Collection Kits and drop off collected specimens for
testing --Q&A --Confirm your WSU MDL Patient Portal account login and access --Complete the MDL Registered User Assessment immediately following training (Link
provided during training).
Please download the following documents and keep them in a place that you can easily
access them and/or print them. They will also be referenced during onboard training.
(Specimen Collection Instructions update 12/18/2020)