We still accept walk-ins, but strongly suggest scheduling your appointment online. You may only schedule a same-day appointment.
We recommend booking as early as possible for a same-day appointment. If you see a blank screen under the "time of day" icons on the page of your preferred location, no appointments are available. You may try another location close by or try the following morning.
Please note that many of our Care Centers have adjusted hours but remain open 7 days a week.
Please note that COVID-19 tests are processed by outside labs. Turnaround times are currently significantly extended due to expanded statewide testing. We apologize for any inconvenience.
COVID-19 Test FAQs:
What is the COVID-19 test?
This test involves a quick nasal/throat swab, which confirms whether you have an active infection of COVID-19.
What is the COVID-19 antibody test?
The antibody test detects IgG antibodies, which indicates if you’ve had the COVID-19 virus in the past.
I think I had COVID-19, but I didn’t get tested. When should I get the antibody test?
We recommend you wait at least 14 days before obtaining the antibody screen test to allow your body to produce the antibodies.
What does it mean if I have COVID-19 antibodies?
The production of antibodies does not necessarily mean that you are immune from another episode of COVID-19, but the test will confirm whether you had or did not have the virus. Individuals with COVID-19 may also have had very mild or no symptoms yet they will have produced antibodies.
How can I find more information on preventing COVID-19 and other illnesses?