Where can I get tested for covid?

Woodland Park/North County Area

The Woodland Park mobile test site opened on Monday, May 4.  It is opened for any community member with  COVID-19 symptoms to be tested.

The test site follows the practices outlined by CDPHE. The viral test will let individuals know whether they currently have the COVID-19 virus. It does NOT identify anti-bodies.  NETCO’s Haz-mat truck serves as the decontamination unit.

 

Location—the mobile site is staged in the east parking lot of the Woodland Park Middle School. Access the entrance north of Kelleys Road on Rampart Range Road.

Open hours—Tuesdays & Fridays from 9:00-11:00 a.m.

 

Process—There are responders who will do a brief verbal screening. The individual will be directed to the next station where additional verbal screening will take place.  A testing kit with documentation is  prepared and secured under the windshield wiper. The individual then pulls up to the test administration station. Two medical professionals administer a nasal swab test and manage the specimen according to the CDPHE practices. The tests are picked up by CDPHE courier daily.

 

Test results take about 48-72 hours.

 

Local testing site plans—to ensure access is available county-wide, there will be a mobile test unit schedule established in Divide, Cripple Creek and Victor.

Cripple Creek Area

The Cripple Creek mobile test site will be open Friday, May 8.  It is opened for any community member with  COVID-19 symptoms to be tested.

The test site follows the practices outlined by CDPHE. The viral test will let individuals know whether they currently have the COVID-19 virus. It does NOT identify anti-bodies.  NETCO’s Haz-mat truck serves as the decontamination unit.

 

Location—the mobile site is staged near Cresson Elementary School near the School Based Health Center at the intersection of N B Street and Galena Ave.

Open hours—Wednesdays Only from 9:00-11:00 a.m.

 

Process—There are responders who will do a brief verbal screening. The individual will be directed to the next station where additional verbal screening will take place.  A testing kit with documentation is  prepared and secured under the windshield wiper. The individual then pulls up to the test administration station. Two medical professionals administer a nasal swab test and manage the specimen according to the CDPHE practices. The tests are picked up by CDPHE courier daily.

 

Test results take about 48-72 hours.

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