We will continue to update this page with resources for testing:

Philadelphia, PA:

Citizens Bank Park - South Philadelphia
1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Open daily from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Will be closed when there is severe weather, check before you go)

While a doctor's note or prescription is not needed to be eligible, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health is restricting eligibility for testing at this site to the following groups of people:

-People who are over 50 years of age AND are displaying symptoms consistent with COVID-19 coronavirus.
-Healthcare workers who are displaying symptoms consistent with COVID-19 coronavirus, including:
*Hospital and doctors office staff with direct patient contact
*Nursing home staff with direct patient contact
*People who perform Emergency Medical Services duties
*Home healthcare staff with direct patient contact

If you don't have a doctor and want to get tested, you can go to one of Philadelphia's nine community health centers to be seen and directed. However, city officials say you should call before going to one of those centers by dialing 215-685-1803.

You can find those locations at the Department of Public Health's website.

Jefferson University Hospital - Center City Philadelphia
10th and Samson Streets

Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Jefferson patients with physician-ordered COVID-19 tests can either walk or drive up to the sites, which are designed to control infection and limit symptomatic (non-emergent) patients from entering enclosed care spaces such as crowded emergency rooms.

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Jefferson Health - Northeast Philadelphia
(Jefferson Bucks Hospital, Jefferson Frankford Hospital, Jefferson Torresdale Hospital)

Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Jefferson patients with physician-ordered COVID-19 tests can either walk or drive up to the sites, which are designed to control infection and limit symptomatic (non-emergent) patients from entering enclosed care spaces such as crowded emergency rooms.

University of Pennsylvania Health System - West Philadelphia
4122 Market Street Parking Lot

According to Penn Today, "The testing site is intended for symptomatic Penn Medicine patients who have called and received a referral from their physician or through Penn Medicine OnDemand, the health system's virtual telemedicine practice. After receiving the referral, patients are instructed to call the Penn Medicine COVID-19 testing hotline (267-414-2303) to set an appointment time and go to one of the two testing sites. The referrals are sent electronically through Penn's electronic medical records platform, so no paperwork is exchanged on-site... Non-Penn patients without a doctor's referral can be screened on a case-by-case basis, but they will need to go to the testing site, speak with a staff member, and get slotted for a testing time."

Rite Aid - 7401 Ogontz Avenue

Opened Daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The store says, "Based on guidance from the Department of Health and Human Services, the only people who can be tested at this site are: First Responders, Healthcare Workers* (regardless of presence of symptoms). *This includes only staff with direct contact with patients (not those in administrative roles) or as determined at the state level."

Testing will occur in one Rite Aid store parking lot at 7401 Ogontz Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19138. As part of the testing process, people must remain in their vehicles from the time they arrive and until they depart.


Pennsylvania, PA: 

Abington Hospital
1200 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001

Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If you are referred for testing by your physician, you will be scheduled for an appointment and provided instructions about the process to be seen at Abington Hospital's Temporary Testing Site.

Please do not go to the Temporary Testing Site without a referral from your Abington - Jefferson Health physician.

Right now, patients are being scheduled to visit Abington -Jefferson Health's Temporary Testing Site by Abington - Jefferson Health Primary Care Physicians. Other testing sites will be opening across the region and the criteria for who can be tested at each site will be evolving.

Genesis Diagnostics
900 Town Center Dr, Langhorne, PA 19047

Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday

Coronavirus testing is now available at a lab in Langhorne, Bucks County.

Genesis Diagnostics on Town Center Drive began testing for COVID-19 on Wednesday.

Like other testing sites, they are not accepting walk-ins.

Appointments need to be made online.

Main Line Health -Newtown Square
3855 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073

Drive-through tests are for their patients who have been referred for testing by a Main Line Health physician.

"Testing criteria is changing daily. Currently, the CDC only recommends diagnostic testing of patients who have a fever or are symptomatic and have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please be advised: Testing for COVID-19 is not available at all sites across Main Line Health. If you feel you are at risk for coronavirus, please call your primary care provider to determine if you are a candidate for testing. If you require testing, your primary care provider will tell you where to go for testing," the hospital says.

Temple University Ambler - Upper Dublin Township
1440 East Butler Pike, Ambler, PA 19002
Open Daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This site will provide testing by appointment only as testing supplies allow. There will not be any treatment conducted on-site. The testing site is not limited to Montgomery County residents.
Individuals who meet one or more of the following five (5) criteria will be eligible for testing:

- NEW: Persons of any age and with symptoms of sudden illness (such as fever OR cough OR shortness of breath OR loss of smell/taste AND including gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea OR vomiting OR diarrhea) with or without fever;

- UPDATED: First responders (law enforcement, fire, EMS, or dispatcher) AND concern for exposure to a patient with suspected COVID-19 OR symptoms of any sudden illness with or without fever;

- UPDATED: Health care workers providing direct patient care AND concern for exposure to a patient with suspected COVID-19 OR symptoms of any sudden illness with or without fever;

- Anyone with known or suspected direct contact to someone with COVID-19;

- Anyone who has been recommended by their doctor to get tested.

Due to the limited number of tests available, tests will be reserved for the high-risk individuals described above. Criteria may be enhanced or relaxed based on future availability of tests.

A link to register is available on www.montcopa.org/COVID-19.

University of Pennsylvania Health System - Radnor
201 King of Prussia Road

According to Penn Today, "The testing site is intended for symptomatic Penn Medicine patients who have called and received a referral from their physician or through Penn Medicine OnDemand, the health system's virtual telemedicine practice. After receiving the referral, patients are instructed to call the Penn Medicine COVID-19 testing hotline (267-414-2303) to set an appointment time and go to one of the two testing sites. The referrals are sent electronically through Penn's electronic medical records platform, so no paperwork is exchanged on-site... Non-Penn patients without a doctor's referral can be screened on a case-by-case basis, but they will need to go to the testing site, speak with a staff member, and get slotted for a testing time."

Chicago, IL:

South Suburban College - 15800 State St, South Holland, IL 60473 (8am - 4pm)

CVS & Walgreens - will test Health Care Workers at no cost as long as a resident of the state of Illinois


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