COVID-19 Testing at the Pharmacy

We are now offering FREE COVID testing right at the pharmacy!

**Testing available Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM 

   And Saturday 10:30AM-3PM

**We test up to 50 people per day, these slots are filled on a first come, first served basis.

We are using the Abbot Binax Now COVID-19 Antigen test.  This is a rapid Point of Care test that gives results in 15 minutes or less. 

 

The test consists of a simple nasal swab.  Some people find it to be slightly uncomfortable but it is generally not painful.  Once you have completed the swab your results will be available in 15 minutes.  

Upon completion of the test you will receive a statement declaring you negative or positive - this can be used for workplaces and school. 

 

If you are planning on traveling and need a test for travel please check with the airline or travel agency first - some require specific types of tests.  Ask them if they accept results from the Abbott Binax NOW COVID Antigen Test.  

 

Please be sure to bring your insurance card.  You will not be charged a fee for the test but we do attempt to bill your insurance for the test.  If you do not have insurance that is okay - tests for the uninsured will be paid for by the Federal Government.

Procedure

 

When you arrive, if there is a line outside, this is the line for testing, hop on in!  If there is no line, please come inside, an employee will greet you and direct you where to go.

Depending on how many people are waiting we will either:

  1. Hand you a form to fill out in store OR

  2. Take your name and number, hand you a form to fill out in your car or elsewhere outside the store.  We will then text you when it is time to come inside.

Once we take your completed form, we will direct you to wait in a designated area until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the testing room, our pharmacist will guide you through the testing process.  You will then be instructed on where to wait for your results.  Your results will be ready 15 minutes after completing the test.  

Want more info about COVID? Check out the links below