Addabbo helps to bring cardiovascular/COVID-19 antibody testing van to Maspeth

State Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. is partnering with community leader Kenichi Wilson to bring the Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics van to Maspeth for residents to receive a plethora of free tests, as well as COVID-19 antibody testing.

On Saturday, October 10, the Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics van will be parked outside of Maspeth Federal Saving Bank located at 56-18 69th Street in Maspeth from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to intake constituents who would like to get the free testing.

Appointments and walk-ins are welcome. All guests are asked to please bring their government ID and insurance card if they are insured. Strict social distancing measures will be in place.

When guests arrive, there will be an administrator to check them in. The guests will then see a doctor for an initial consultation. Following that, they will receive an EKG reading that will determine what additional test may be needed. The Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics van is equipped to perform many tests including echocardiograms, stress tests, Doppler’s, aortic aneurysm ultrasounds, and more.

Guests can decide that they only want the COVID-19 antibody test as well. That will be a blood test, and they will receive their results in 3 to 7 days.

“Getting a clean bill of health is vitally important, especially now during the time of COVID,” Addabbo said. “Cardiovascular health becomes more important as we age and getting tests regularly can help identify a potential issue before it becomes a larger problem. The COVID-19 antibody testing can help determine if you have had the Coronavirus and if you can help save others if you have the antibodies. I would like to thank Kenichi Wilson and Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics for bringing this great event to my constituents. I encourage everyone to sign up and get tested.”

Those interested in making an appointment can visit:

They may also contact Rebecca of Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics at 516-329-4556. For other questions and test results, call the office of Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics at 516-488-5050.

For more information on this event by email, contact the office of Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics at