COVID-19 Testing

Make an Appointment

If you think you have coronavirus symptoms, or you're worried you've been exposed to the virus, call your primary care provider. A few screening questions may help determine if you need a test. 

Always call ahead. Most places require an appointment. Some places that provide COVID-19 testing require a referral from a primary care provider. Some locations offer curbside service.

These clinics now provide testing for coronavirus (COVID-19):

You can also request an online virtual visit with your provider or get virtual urgent care.

Free and Low-Cost COVID-19 Testing

You can order free testing kits by mail. Low and no-cost tests are also available in the community. 

Find a free or low-cost test near you.

Staying at the Hospital

All patients admitted to stay in the hospital are tested for COVID-19. This allows us to care for you while keeping you, your family, and our team members safe. There is no cost for a test if you're staying in the hospital.

Questions? See the hospital testing FAQs.

The Costs of Coronavirus Tests

What does a coronavirus test in a clinic cost? See the latest COVID-19 test pricing.

Where to Get Tested for Coronavirus

A number of local places offer tests for COVID-19, including pharmacies like CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid. You can also get them at walk-in urgent care clinics like MedExpress. If you have questions about getting tested, the best thing you can do is call your doctor.