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COVID Testing

Alice Hyde’s Drive-Thru COVID-19 Test Site on Park Street offers testing for patients with a provider’s order, as well as testing for pre-operative and pre-procedure patients.

When and Where Can I Get Tested?

Alice Hyde currently offers two options for COVID-19 testing. Symptomatic patients with a provider's order may be tested at Alice Hyde's Drive-Thru Test Site at 20 Fourth Street. and Alice Hyde Walk-in Clnic at 134 Park Street. Asympotomatic patients with a provider's order may be tested at Alice Hyde's Main Floor Laboratory from 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday; and from 7 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, at Alice Hyde's Ground Floor Laboratory.

Alice Hyde Drive-Thru Test Site and Walk-In Clinic

A physician's order is required. Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms (symptomatic) may be tested at these locationst. When arriving at the office for testing, patients should remain in their vehicle and call the office for services. COVID-19 testing will be performed at the curbside.

All patients appearing for COVID-19 testing should bring their insurance card with them to their appointment. Insurance will be billed at the time of testing.

Alice Hyde Hospital Laboratory

A physician's order is required. Walk-ins are accepted, and no appointment is necessary. Individuals without (asymptomatic) COVID-19 symptoms may be tested at this location, including those who:

  • Require a test to recieve medical services (pre-operative/pre-procedure testing)
  • Require a test to return to school.
  • Need a test to visit a loved one in a nursing home.
  • Have an occupational requirement (hairdressers, barbers, etc.).

COVID testing for asymptomatic individuals is available from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Moday - Friday, and from 7 a.m. to Noon on Saturday. When appearing for testing, individuals must bring a copy of their provider's testing order, as well as their insurance card. Insurance will be billed at the time of testing.

Getting your results (Sympatomatic & Asymptomatic testing)

Your test results will be made available through your Primare Care Provider's office.