Area COVID-19 Testing Centers and Workflow
PLEASE NOTE: Please call ahead for any of these sites as their times may change on a daily basis. Some sites require you to be a part of their health system.
PLEASE NOTE: This site is available to anyone who wants to be tested without a lab order. Registration opens at 7:00am everyday and closes when full. Normal operation Mon-Fri from 8:30am until roughly 5:00pm.
To get to the testing site registration page, click on Montgomery County’s website here. Scroll down to the bottom to view the different sites available and times available.
RiteAid is now offering testing at many of their locations! No prescription needed and testing is free to all patients 18 years and older. Visit www.riteaid.com for more information.
CVS is also offering testing at many of their MinuteClinic locations and pharmacies. No prescription needed and insurance is mostly accepted. Visit www.cvs.com for more information.
15toknow has many locations in the Montgomery county region with access to quick “15 minute” testing. There are varying prices for testing, including antibody testing, and insurance is sometimes accepted (NOTE: payment is usually up front with reimbursement to insurance possible but not guaranteed).
Tower Health Urgent Care now offers six locations dedicated exclusively to COVID-19 assessment and screening. These sites have been established to provide simple access to testing while keeping those with respiratory illness out of the hospitals and physician offices.
- For more information, click here.
Independence Blue Cross has created a new list of available testing sites. Click here to view the list.
Radnor: 201 King of Prussia Road, North Parking Lot, Radnor
(across from Radnor train station)
West Philadelphia: 4122 Market St. Parking Lot
(formerly referred to as 4040 Market St)
Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Walk-ups are available for patients with flu-like symptoms, patients can also call central registration at 267-414-2303 to register and receive instructions and directions.
Center City Philadelphia: corner of 10th Street and Samson Street
Patients must go on JeffConnect and set up a TeleMed call to see if you meet criteria. (Note: You do not need to be a Jefferson patient to utilize this system)