The Alabama Department of Public Health(ADPH)has set up a hotline for individuals who are concerned about whether they need to be checked and where testing is available. That number is 1-888-264-2256. The ADPH also preserves a map of all ADPH-affiliated testing websites statewide, which can be seen by clicking here, clicking on the “test sites”tab at the bottom, then resizing the map until the specific test websites are visible. Click a red icon to see info about a test website. ADPH also still advises anybody with symptoms like fever, cough and other breathing issues to contact their doctor, instead of appearing at a medical facility ER or a medical professional’s office. COVID-19 screening through an ADPH-managed site is complimentary with a recommendation from a health care provider. For other sites, consisting of personal practices and immediate care centers, clients should call their insurance coverage supplier to discover whether testing is covered. Learn More: Coronavirus in Alabama: How to help, how to get assist Birmingham: UAB Medicine opened an appointment-only drive-thru screening site at the Environmental Sciences Laboratory parking area at University Boulevard and 22nd Street South. This screening area is for those who think they may have COVID-19. To make an appointment or for further information,
call 205-975-1881. Cahaba Treatment provides curbside coronavirus testing at its West End clinic, 1308 Tuscaloosa Opportunity, Birmingham. The clinic sees any patients with symptoms of possible respiratory disease and offers COVID-19 testing to clients who meet screening requirements. For cubside testing, clients should pre-register online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CMCcurbsideWE. For extra details, call 205-679-6325 or check out cahabamedicalcare.com. Christ Health runs a testing center in Woodlawn, at 5705 First Ave. North. The center is open by consultation just. Those seeking care ought to text SICK to 74000 to start the pre-screening process, to make an appointment and be evaluated over the phone by a nurse. Acton Quick Care Clinic provides coronavirus screening for healthcare employees who supply direct patient care. Testing is readily available by very first scheduling a telemedicine consultation by texting or calling 205-525-6133; texting is chosen. More information at actonquickcare.com Huntsville: Huntsville Health center operates a drive-thru testing site in John
Hunt Park off Jaycee Method, near Joe Davis Arena. The medical facility plans to run the clinic 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays, pending testing supply accessibility. Anybody interested in being evaluated must first have permission from a physician that a test is needed. Those needing screening requirement to bring a picture ID, motorist’s license and medical insurance card together with a medical professional’s screening order. Individuals who do not have a physician’s order can go to Huntsville Healthcare facility’s Fever & Flu Clinic at 120 Guvs Drive. Mobile: Diagnostic and Medical Center, an affiliate of Infirmary Health, uses appointment-only drive through medical evaluations for people with fever, cough or difficulty breathing at 1700 Springhill Avenue and 831C Hillcrest Avenue, Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Those showing symptoms are motivated to call at( 251)435-1106 to speak to a clinician. More details is readily available at https://diagnosticandmedical.com/coronavirus/. U.S.A. Health offers appointment-only drive-thru screening at Ladd-Peebles Arena . Clients wishing to be tested ought to call 1-888-872-2650
, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. to be screened. If a client satisfies screening criteria, the client will be provided a visit time. Appointment-only testingis offered at Greater Mobile Urgent Care, 2350 Schillinger Roadway, Mobile, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Anybody wishing to be evaluated must call very first to arrange a telemedicine consultation, and after that a testing appointment will be set up afterward. Information is readily available at 251-633-0123. Montgomery: Baptist Health in Montgomery operates an appointment-only screening and testing center on East Boulevard at Marti Lane. Clients with symptoms of coronavrius who think they need testing can call 334-747-0150 to make a visit.
After being asked a series of concerns, if an individual fulfills certain criteria the person will be instructed to go to the center at a particular time and park in among 10 designated spaces. Clients will remain in their automobiles while being screened and evaluated. Anniston: Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center(RMC )runs a drive-thru coronavirus screening and specimen collection center at 230 E 10th Street in the car park of the Medical
Arts Building. This testing clinic is just for clients who have actually been referred for screening by their primary health company. When a patient gets a recommendation from his or her physician, RMC will contact the patient to schedule a screening slot. The drive-thru screening site will be open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Information is readily available at 256-235-5600. Appointment-only screening is offered at Southern Immediate Care in Anniston, 4100 McClellan Boulevard. Clients need to call to make a visit, 256-568-8818
. Auburn: EAMC runs an appointment-only testing clinic at EAMC Healthplus, 1171 Gatewood Drive, Auburn, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Anybody wishingto be checked should call for screening and needs to have an appointment. More details is offered at 334-528-SICK. Baldwin County: Appointment-only screening is offered at North Baldwin Infirmary, 2115 Hand Avenue in Bay Minette.
Anyone wanting to be checked need to first require an appointment, 251-341-2819. The Baldwin County Health Department offers testing on April 7, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 23280 Gilbert Drive, Robertsdale. More info is readily available at 251-347-1910. Individuals get approved for screening if they 1) have symptoms like fever, cough or shortness of breath, and 2)if they are age 65 or older, a healthcare employee or an individual with underlying health conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma or cancer.< p class="short article __ paragraph short article __ paragraph– left "id=" XZ74C6POXFAXNHSSDZ32E5HNUM
“> Bibb County: Drive-through testing for COVID-19 is available at Cahaba Medical Care, 195 Healthcare Facility Drive in Centreville. The clinic sees any patients with signs of possible breathing disease and supplies COVID-19 testing to clients who satisfy screening requirements. Sick patients need to utilize the “specialized center” check-in and waiting space location, separate type the main center lobby. For details, call 205-926-2992.
Chambers County: EAMC runs an appointment-only testing clinic at EAMC-Lanier, 4800 48th Street, Valley. Checking is open 10 a.m.-noon and 1 p.m.-4 p.m. EST Monday-Friday. Anybody wishing to be tested should require a screening and needs to have a visit, 334-528-SICK.
Cullman: Testing is readily available 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday at Cullman Regional Screening Website, 1958 Alabama Highway 157. Patients need to be pre-screened by a doctor, and the healthcare provider should make a consultation for testing. More info is available at
256-735-5530. Etowah County: Appointment-only testing is readily available at Southern Immediate Care, 956 Gilberts Ferry Roadway in Attalla, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Clients need to call very first and screening is just available with a visit, 256-568-8818.
Fairhope: 3Circle Church is providing restricted coronavirus screening at 10274 Alabama Highway 104-A in Fairhope. Checking is limited to those experiencing signs including fever, cough, shortness of breath, as well as people age 65 and over, or people with chronic health conditions. Lineup begins at 7:30 a.m.
Fort Payne: Testing is readily available 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at DeKalb Regional Medical Center, 421 Medical Center Drive SW, Fort Payne. Anybody wanting to be tested should require an appointment, 256-997-2708.
Hale County: Screening is offered at Hale County Medical facility, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, at 508 Greene Street in Greensboro.
Details is offered at 334-507-3815. Hoover: Screening is available at Ross Bridge Medical Center, 3635 Market Street in Hoover, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Appointments should be scheduled online at www.covidalabama.com. After a telemedicine assessment, a healthcare provider will arrange a testing time at the clinic. More information is readily available at 205-92COVID.
Jackson County: Northeast Alabama Health Services Inc. offers COVID-19 testing at its centers in several towns and neighborhoods, including Bryant, Section, Scottsboro, Fyffe, Woodville and Fort Payne. Testing is offered 1-5 p.m. at the majority of locations. More details is available at 256-259-5313 or heahsi.com.
Marengo County: Testing is readily available at Whitfield Regional Hospital, 105 U.S. Highway 80 East, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Checking is found on Walnut Street in the healthcare facility parking lot. More information is offered at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marion: Cahaba Treatment provides COVID-19 testing at is Breathing Virus Evaluation Center, 1303 Washington Street in Marion. The center sees any patients with signs of possible breathing health problem and provides COVID-19 screening to clients who meet testing requirements. More info is available at 334-247-1006. Sick clients should use the side-entrance check-in and waiting space area.
Monroe County: Screening is readily available while materials last at Monroe County Hospital, 2016 South Alabama Avenues in Monroeville, 6:30 a.m.-5 p.m., seven days a week. Anyone wishing to be tested must call initially, 251-575-3111.
Moulton: Testing is offered 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday at Lawrence Medical Center, 220 Hospital Street, Moulton, while products last. More info is available at 256-974-2286. Prattville: Baptist Health runs an appointment-only Coronavirus Care Clinic in the Montgomery location at 350 County Roadway 4 West in Prattville, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 7 days a week. People with signs need to call 334-747-0150 to see if they require to schedule a visit for drive-up testing. Signs include fever of 100.4 degrees or higher, cough, shortness of breath.
Trussville: Testing is offered at Trussville Urgent Care, 1960 Gadsden Highway, 9 am.-4 p.m., 7 days a week. Anyone wanting to be tested should call initially, 205-655-1016.
Tuscaloosa: DCH Regional in Tuscaloosa provides coronavirus screening readily available in the parking lot simply west of Dr. Edward Hilliard Drive. Screening is available 8 a.m. up until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday as screening supplies last, and on weekend hours depending on personnel accessibility. The healthcare facility states it is facing a “seriously low” supply of screening materials, and may run out. The drive-up testing area may likewise be closed in the rain due to lack of cover.
Uniontown: Cahaba Treatment will conduct drive-through COVID-19 screening on Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Dollar General in Uniontown, 100 Front Street. Testing resources are limited, so tests will be limited to those with symptoms consisting of fever, cough and shortness of breath; a company mandate; and/or considerable direct exposure to somebody who has checked positive for COVID-19. Anyone wishing to be checked is needed to pre-register online at: www.cahabamedicalcare.com.
Wetumpka: A COVID Collection Clinic is located at 500 Healthcare facility Drive in Wetumpka, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Anybody wanting to be evaluated should require an appointment, 334-514-3713.
Statewide: The Alabama Department of Public Health has actually set up screening sites in some counties. Anyone who thinks they require screening must call the ADPH hotline at 1-888-264-2256 for information about where and when to go. Anybody who believes they have signs of COVID-19 is motivated to call their healthcare provider to ask whether they need to be checked.
MainStreet Household Care, which operates a chain of centers in main and south Alabama, started offering COVID-19 testing this week to clients who meet specific criteria.
COVID-19 t esting is available for clients ages 0-21 at Urgent Take care of Kid clinics, located in Birmingham, Trussville, Vestavia Hills, Madison and Tuscaloosa. Clients are motivated to call before entering into the office: 205-848-2273.
Tests are provided curbside to minimize exposure of other patients. Read more: Why were so few people in Alabama evaluated for coronavirus? We’ll be upgrading this post as more details on testing appears. AL.com is offering a complimentary service so you can get the most immediate coronavirus updateson your cell phone. To sign up, sign up for Alabama Coronavirus Urgent Alerts. You can follow our coronavirus live updates here. Source: al.com